Hemp oil for the hair.
Its exceptional virtues!
Do you know about hemp oil? This oil has many benefits and is famous in facials, but not only! It is also very popular in hair care. You can use it alone or in a homemade cosmetic recipe.
Today, we share with you all its secrets and how to sublimate your hair with this miracle oil!
What is hemp?
Hemp, also called "cannabis sativa L", is one of the oldest plants domesticated by man. It belongs to the family of cannabinacea.
It is an annual plant that grows wild all over the planet as a small bush or shrub with characteristic leaves.
It germinates in spring and flowers from the end of summer until the end of October. It is a species selected by botanists which is totally different from the cannabis used for its recreational effects since it has little THC (molecule having psychotropic effects) and a lot of CBD (cannabidiol). Thus, it does not cause dependence or habituation.
Cannabidiols are molecules with many therapeutic properties such as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, healing and anti-radical properties.
What is the composition of hemp oil?
10 to 40 times richer in omega 3 , hemp oil will provide high hydration, strengthen the hydrolipidic skin barrier and restore softness and elasticity to the skin and your hair.
Very penetrating, it is an ingredient of choice for obtaining cosmetics with a non-greasy touch.
Composed of 85% essential fatty acids , the oil will help relieve skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis or acne.
Rich in omega 3, it has anti inflammatory properties.
Through its richness in vitamin E and fatty acid, hemp oil is a very great antioxidant.
What about the hair?
It nourishes the hair fiber and improves the elasticity and volume of the hair.
Smoothing, it facilitates combing.
Brings shine to the hair.
Non-greasy, it is ideal since it will provide a non-greasy finish.
Antioxidant , it will fight against external aggressions including those related to the straightening iron, hair dryer.
Its anti-inflammatory action helps fight against hair loss linked to inflammation of the scalp.