This oil is exceptionally rich in essential omega fatty acids and proteins. Organic Hemp Seed Oil has a pleasant nutty smell, deep green color, and absorbs well into the skin. Due to its high nutritional value, it makes a superior quality dietary oil and one that can be used as a base ingredient for skin care where healing, balance and regenerative ingredients are required. It is applicable to anti-aging, balances dry skin, fights skin inflammations, and assists to heal various skin conditions. For your safety, our Organic Hemp Seed Oil does not contain detectable Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a toxic contaminant commonly found in Hemp Seed.
Excellent I recommend
Posted by Marjorie
I purchased this organic cold pressed unrefined hemp seed oil on the advice of a makeup artist I was working with. A little backstory: I am 50 and was tired of my makeup looking horrible and not staying on all day/ most of the day. I have good skin and take care of it and makeup was looking more and more cakey and crappy as I age. And I am talking about a natural makeup look for everyday. not full-on for the weekend. However, regardless, I was not getting a good natural makeup look or night out makeup look. It was getting to be very frustrating and depressing. And when I go without makeup I look like a zombie! :) however, do go more makeup free in summer because you get some natural color from the season. Anywho, I decided to splurge on a makeup artist to 'teach' me about some of the new things in make up, as I had not had a makeup makeover in years. I became more and more discouraged as I grew older and found that even the expensive dept store makeup (Armani, Chanel, Cle de Peau) was not looking great. I am a youthful age 50 and take very good care of my skin/skincare habit, go to aesthetician regularly and suncreen all the time. so I hated to have make up on and make my skin look crappy! I am a lifelong makeup wearer but just noticed as I age the makeup I put on my skin was looking good. She told me about how to apply certain things (always a light touch and build) and the one thing she recommended as a primer to help makeup last was pure organic cold pressed unrefined hemp seed oil. She said it was a better primer than any commercial 'primer' because it makes the makeup stick to it. She instructed me to , after I cleanse, use my serum and moisturize face, etc., put 4-5 drops of hemp seed oil in (clean) palm of hand, rub hands together to warm up, and press all over face/skin. massage in for a good minute or two+. I can tell you this has worked for me and makes my make up look nice all day.(at least better than before without using it!) It absorbs in, helps makeup blend easily, and I hav to admit it made it stay looking nice all day. I would touch up in the day with a stipling brush or just blotting and re-applying blush, etc.. Also, I have dry skin, no acne or blackheads/issues. so I am not sure how it would be for someone with oily or combo skin, but the makeup artist says she uses it on everyone on her magazine shoots and newscasters and it works well with all skin types (absorbs). After massaging it in, I put on my concealer, or bb cream (I don't use all over foundation because it looks too heavy on my skin) and the remaining makeup, and, then use a super fine settting powder/light dusting. (RMA or Laura Mercier) (mostly lightly underyees for me, as I don't like powder (dry) but I was having the most trouble under my eyes, fine lines, dk circles, etc.. THis has worked so well!!!! I love this oil !!! Also, I use it on my neck and decollete at night and it absorbs well and leaves skin very smooth and soft, not oily. I was using a bit of rose hip oil on that area and it was fine but seemed a little heavy. The hemp seed oil absorbed better and skin felt better in a.m. (not oily) . I found this product on PInk Horizons by googling for pure organic hemp seed oil and came across their website and was very impressed with their pure quality/ no toxins and medicinal uses / support for cancer, etc. I would highly recommend. I love this product. Sorry to ramble! Thankyou.