Hemp Oil And Skin - How Can It Benefit The Skin?

Hemp Oil And Skin - How Can It Benefit The Skin?

Hemp Oil And Skin - How Can It Benefit The Skin?


According to studies of recent years, the molecules and chemicals found in hemp oil can significantly benefit skin’s health.


Some of the most important skin problems treated with hemp oil include wrinkles, dryness, acne, various inflammatory skin diseases and infections.


But let us look into all the above in more detail.


Dry skin


Hemp oil, especially hemp seed oil, is rich in unsaturated fats such as linoleic acid, γ-linolenic acid and α-linolenic acid.


These three fatty acids can help improve the structure of the skin, helping it to retain its moisture. They also have a beneficial effect on dry, rough skin and can affect cell membrane fluidity and electrolyte transport.


A 2017 study found that applying an emulsion containing hemp seed oil helped significantly hydrate the skin of the majority of participants.


Also as hemp oil contains omega-3 and 6 fatty acids it fights rough, scaly skin that is found mainly in people with omega deficiency.


Acne and acne scars


Hemp oil contains compounds with anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne.


Studies in both mice and human cells have shown that chemical compounds in cannabis oil, such as cannabidiol better known as CBD, can also help improve acne scars by reducing healing time, boosting collagen levels and stimulating processes such as renaissance cycle.


Inflammatory skin diseases


Hemp oil contains antioxidants and powerful anti-inflammatory compounds, such as fatty acids, which can help reduce the symptoms associated with inflammatory skin conditions, such as itching and pain.


A 2014 study concluded that the application of hemp oil can be beneficial in addressing the following:




atopic dermatitis


seborrheic dermatitis


varicose eczema




smooth lichen (lichen planus)





Anti-aging - Firming Action


According to a 2015 article, cannabis oil can reverse as well as prevent the signs associated with aging. More specifica lly, it contains natural compounds that offer


toning and regeneration of the skin


improve elasticity and firmness


reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines


reduce dull skin and improve skin’s radiance


moisture retention


increase collagen production


reduction of oxidative stress and free radicals that in the long run cause wrinkles and fine lines





Hemp oil contains antimicrobial compounds and antioxidants that help strengthen the skin's natural barrier, making it harder for germs to enter the skin and cause infection or disease.



Hemp Oil and Cannalab Organics


Cannalab Organics offers exclusively products containing organic hemp oil which in combination with CBD and other active ingredients offer targeted action and strong protection.


As a company with respect for your skin, the environment and the animals, the all natural skincare products of Cannalab Organics are certified as Eco - Bio.


We track the natural origin of each of the ingredients used in our formulations, we never test on animals and only use recyclable packaging for all our products.


With hemp as the predominant ingredient, we highlight the secret powers hidden in everything purely natural such as essential oils, vegetable extracts, fruits and herbs.


With the power of nature we create exceptional products of superior quality.


Discover the rejuvenating power of Cannabis and CBD on your skin.


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·         Omega-3 fatty acids. (2020).

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