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Organic Hemp Seed Oil

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Inci:  Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil

A very dry oil that is rough by it itself on the skin, but is absorbed easily - good for normal, large-pored to oily skin & a source of omega 3 & 6.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A very, very dry oil that is rough by it itself on the skin, but is absorbed easily.
 
It also has a moisture-retaining effect. The GLA content makes it ideal to use in products designed for problem skin.
Aromantic has added 0.5% vitamin E Oil to increase its shelf life from 6 months to 2 years.
 
Hemp seed penetrates down into the skin and helps the skin to become softer.

HOW TO USE IT

Add the hemp seed oil to face oils or serums. It makes damaged hair more glossy and manageable.

Excellent for nail care and nourishment as hemp seed oil contains many minerals such as zinc.

Products for sensitive skin types
Hemp seed oil feels a little rough on the skin, so if it is used for sensitive skin, blend with softer, smoother oils such as rosehip, kiwi seed, blueberry seed, chia seed or apricot kernel.

RECIPES & BLENDS

For large-pored & oily skin rebalancing face oils and serums
Blend hemp seed oil with kiwi seed oil, chia seed seed oil, camelina oil and squalane.

Face oils and face serums
Because hemp seed oil is very, very dry and so quickly absorbed by the skin, it can be used in all kinds of face oils and face serums.
 
Blend hemp seed oil for this purpose with kiwi seed, chia seed and camelina oils.
 
For face oils and serums for sensitive skin, blend hemp seed oil with kiwi seed, chia seed and rosehip oils.

Nail care & cuticle treatments
Blend hemp seed with sesame, pumpkin seed and/or thistle oils.
 
Hair oils
Blend hemp seed oil with jojoba oil and possibly pre-melted coconut butter.

Click on the links below to be directed to great recipes featuring Hemp Seed Oil: