There is so much interest in all things hemp these days and I wanted to clarify the difference between hemp seed oil and hemp oil. Although they are both very beneficial, they also have different uses.
Hemp seed oil is an extremely valuable moisturizer for the skin as it has very similar qualities to your skin’s lipids (fats) such as Omega 3, 6 and 9. These essential fatty acids help to promote a positive anti-inflammatory response as well as protect the skin without clogging the pores. It also provides powerful antioxidants that help promote beautiful skin and is gentle and suitable for all skin types.
Hemp seed oil is made from the seeds of the industrial hemp plant which is a cousin of the marijuana plant and does not contain high levels of THC and is non-psychoactive. Hemp seed oil is not to be confused with hemp oil which uses the whole plant to extract the oil and contains a much higher concentration of cannabidiols (CBD) and again low TCH.
My new formula of body butter contains this rich and moisturizing hemp seed oil which produces a creamy light green color. You can purchase this body butter in different scents; Lavender and Rosemary (Calm), Grapefruit (Rejuvenate), and Coconut (The Beach).
This body butter is best used when you get out of the shower and your skin is already damp (towel dry a bit). This will help trap in the moisture from the shower and keep your skin soft and subtle all day! You can also lather a healthy amount on your feet and put cotton socks on at night. Your feet will drink in this nourishing butter and plump up and refresh those cracked heals. Body butter is especially pretty when used on bare arms and legs to show off that summer tan!
So go ahead an order yours here! Remember, a little goes a long way as you only need a small amount to reap the benefits.