How Does Hemp Seed Oil Help In Improving One’s Skincare Routine?

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-Loveena Sirohi, Co-Founder & Director, India Hemp Organics

By now, we’re all aware that nature is the best remedy for most things. And when it comes to taking care of our skin, whether it’s for brighter skin, reduced acne scars, or minimizing the appearance of wrinkles, natural essential oils have become the go-to solution for keeping our skin in tip-top shape.

And now, we wish to introduce you to the next “IT” oil in skincare: Hemp Seed Oil. Made after cold-pressing the Hemp seeds, this oil is the plant kingdoms most nutritious and sustainable resource.

Here’s what makes Hemp Seed Oil great for you, and why it should be an essential part of your daily skincare routine —

●      Boosts supple and soft skin

This is the biggest and most well-verified benefit that hemp seed oil can deliver. It is emollient, a naturally great moisturiser, and leaves the skin feeling soft and supple without clogging pores.

●      It moderates oil production

Due to its non-comedogenic nature, Hemp seed oil is perfect and suitable for all skin types, as it works to heal and repair your skin without clogging its pores. It balances out oily skin by hydrating it and regulating the skin’s oil production. Even dryness of the skin can cause it to overproduce oil, which then leads to overproduction of sebum, clogged pores, and acne. Hemp seed oil prevents dry skin and acne, without clogging one’s pores.

  • It’s anti-inflammatory in nature

Hemp seed oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a type of omega-6 fatty acid, that is a powerful anti-inflammatory, works to generate new cells, and encourages skin growth. It helps to soothe and calm inflamed and irritated skin, and combat conditions such as acne and psoriasis.

  • Contains anti-ageing properties

Hemp seed oil is high in antioxidant constituents: fatty acids like gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and vitamins A, C, and E. These nutrients play a crucial role in maintaining skin health, skin glow, and work as anti-ageing agents. Hemp seed oil also reduces fine lines and wrinkles from developing.

Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil:

Hemp belongs to the Cannabacae plant family and is grown abundantly in the luscious foothills of the Himalayas. From the seeds of the plant, which are famously known to be one of the most nutritiously dense foods, can be extracted and cold-pressed the famous multipurpose oil: Hemp Seed Oil.

Hemp seed oil has been around worldwide for hundreds of years, being used in Eastern culture as a multi-purpose natural remedy. It can be consumed raw as a spoonful, used as a garnish on your salads and meals, as well as applied to your skin, and hair to meet all your beauty demands. It literally works to nourish you, inside-out.

The Hemp seed contains many important nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, including gamma-linolenic acid, a perfect balance of omega-6 and 3 fatty acids, phytosterols, vitamin D, vitamin E, carotene, chlorophyll, calcium, magnesium, and more.

Its rich nutritional composition works to provide several benefits. Hemp’s advocates claim anecdotal evidence for a wide range of curative properties ranging from improving acne, treating hormonal imbalance, managing weight to even improving heart health.

Here’s why Hemp seed oil should be a must in your diet. Some of its key benefits include:

  • Better cardiovascular/heart health:

Cardiovascular disease is one of our biggest killers, but the right dietary and lifestyle changes can lead to a marked reduction in our risk of developing this disease. Hemp seed oil contains an amino acid known as arginine, which helps to protect against cardiovascular disease by indirectly dilating and relaxing our blood vessels, and also reducing inflammation. It also contains high levels of the essential fatty acids omega-6 and omega-3 in the ratio 3:1, that reduce cholesterol levels in the blood due to their β-sitosterols content, thus helping prevent heart disease.

  • Assists in weight loss:

Hemp seed oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a natural appetite suppressant that helps to reduce sugar cravings and helps prevent regain of weight. Along with that, it contains omega-3 fatty acid, which is also known to aid weight loss.

  • Hormone Balance

Hemp seed oil contains gamma-linoleic acid (GLA), which is needed to synthesize prostaglandins, compounds identical to hormones, that contribute to many body functions. As scientists have found out, GLA may improve hormone health and reduce symptoms associated with PMS, such as menstrual cramps. Hemp seed oil also helps to reduce breast tenderness, swelling, and feelings of irritability and depression.

It can also improve hormonal health in older women going through menopause and reduces their symptoms such as hot flashes, irritability, and depression.

Cons of Hemp Seed Oil:

In general, Hemp seed oil is safe to ingest or use topically and comes with as minimum as zero side effects.

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