Hemp lotion is considered to be one of the most therapeutic lotions around. The naturally occurring omega fatty acids and linolic acid found in hemp lotion results in silky smooth skin that feels replenished without feeling greasy or heavy. Omega fatty acids are key to the formation, stability and health of skin cells. They are often referred to as the building blocks of cell development. Omega fatty acids also seem to stave of the effects of oxidation within the body, which is implicated in the breakdown of the body associated with aging.
Hemp lotion may help the body repair itself and stay youthful and resilient.
Hemp lotion is often made with other natural ingredients such as lavender, Shea butter, rosemary, chamomile, peppermint, coconut oil, and jojoba. The combination of hemp oil and other beneficial botanical creates a cornucopia of skin lotions and creams that suit many skin types. Hemp oil lotions made with these botanicals provide protection, emollients and repair to tired, dry and itchy skin.
Lavender and hemp result in a lotion that is used for dry chaffed skin that may have irritations or acne. Lavender laced hemp lotion is also considered therapeutic because lavender promotes relaxation, and may reduce the signs of stress on the skin.
Shea butter and hemp is often used for especially therapeutic for extremely dry skin. Shea butter and hemp may help retain natural moisture because it helps skin hold its natural moisture and forms a protective barrier. Hemp lotion is good for mature skin when blended with essential oils and vitamin E. It also seems to eliminate roughness and redness. Hemp lotion is readily absorbed and doesn’t leave a heavy residue.
Hemp inspired lotions nourish the skin and provide protection against the elements that rob skin of its natural beauty. Regular use may keep skin youthful looking and smooth for years to come.
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