Why GOOD OIL (cold pressed hemp seed oil) is good for your skin?

June 20, 2013 at 4:30 pm 3 comments

  • Healthy and youthful skin contains natural lipids (fats) called Ceramids. They are part of the surface skin structure that keeps it moisturized. Insufficiency of Ceramids causes dryness, irritation, and sensitive more malleable to environmental damage and aging. Hemp Seed Oil is made up of 80% of essential fatty acids (Omega 3,6, and 9), which is higher than any other plant on Earth. The ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 so closely matches the skin lipids, that unlike other oils that simply coat the skin Hemp Seed Oil penetrates the cells and lubricate the surface between them. In other words it not only prevents moisture loss on a physiological level, it is proven to have anti-aging qualities and helps regenerate the skin’s protective layer.

Hemp Seed Oil

GOOD OIL Hemp Seed Oil not only prevents moisture loss, it is proven to have anti-aging qualities and helps regenerate the skin’s protective layer.

  • The essential fatty acids have powerful anti-inflammatory qualities that soothe and improve conditions like eczema and acne.
  • Hemp Seed Oil energizes and revitalizes the skin by enhancing skin regeneration and hydration . It increases the skin elasticity and water retention capacity in tissues, which makes it highly beneficial for dry, tired, dehydrated kin.

Hemp Seed Oil Omegas-chart

Hemp Seed Oil energizes and revitalizes the skin, soothes acne and eczema and nourishes straw-like hair and brittle nails.

  • The vitamins Hemp Seed Oil contains make it a natural antioxidant and emollient.
  • Hemp Seed Oil also nourishes straw-like hair and strengthens brittle nails, thanks to the gamma-linolenic acid it contains. GOOD OIL is available from Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Ocado for only £5.99. Or go directly to our website to buy online.

GOOD Oil Mild and Light

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dan  |  June 20, 2013 at 8:05 pm

    A question for the GOOD OIL people… is it best to rub it on your skin as it is, or is it best to mix it up with some cold-cream or similar?

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    • 2. Braham &Murray  |  June 21, 2013 at 10:08 am

      Hi Dan, You can rub it in your skin as well as use it for your salad dressings. That’s the beauty of hemp oil.

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  • 3. Dan  |  June 21, 2013 at 4:27 pm

    Thank you, I’ll be “splashing it all over” as Henry Cooper used to say.

    Reply

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