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Nourishing, Soothing, Revitalizing, Regenerating

Grown on the French land, hemp is considered super nutritional intake plant exceptionally rich in nutrients, linoleic acid, omega 3, 6, 9,  in oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, in vitamins A, B1, B3, B4, B6, E, minerals, protein, amino acids, fibers, for optimal skin properties. Its oil has a composition similar to the lipids of the skin. What makes it a wonder for sensitive skin. Hemp oil has been recognized for decades, used for its nourishing, soothing, regenerating, antioxidant, anti-aging properties, allowing to bring softness, to illuminate, to revitalize and to treat fragile skin or those suffering from cutaneous pathologies. Calming, it has a soothing action on redness and irritation. Very emollient, it reduces water loss,  restores, strengthens the hydrolipidic barrier, protects the skin from dehydration and external aggressions. Firming and softening, it helps maintain skin elasticity and prevents skin aging . It stimulates the regeneration of skin tissue. Revitalizing thanks to its essential fatty acids which fight against the effects of free radicals. Astringent, it is effective in the treatment of impurities, it scars and regenerates the epidermis. Known to improve blood circulation, which helps fight various skin imbalances . Very popular for wrinkles, fine lines, for delicate, dehydrated, dry, devitalized, tired or mature skin.

This dry oil penetrates quickly, without leaving a greasy film. it revitalizes,  prevents skin aging, wrinkles and maintains skin elasticity. This "dry" oil penetrates quickly without leaving a greasy film.

Hemp, the plant of choice for caring for  sensitive, weakened, dry, mature, irritated, tired and dehydrated skin.

Name: Hemp

INCI name: Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil

Hemp oil obtained by first cold pressing

Part of the plant extracted: Seeds

Botanical name: Cannabis sativa L.

Botanical family: Cannabaceae

Quality: 100% Pure, Natural, ORGANIC without chemical treatment

Country of origin: South West France (Gascony - Lot et Garonne)

Culture: Local & Organic, wild, no human intervention is necessary.

Recognized function & virtues: soothes, calms, nourishes, antioxidant, regenerates, firms, softens, anti-aging, protects ...

No animal testing


Zoom on Hemp:

Hemp or Cannabis Sativa has nothing to do with Marijuana or Cannabis Indica. It is not the same variety. It does not contain any psychotropic substance (THC or tetrahydrocannabinol).

Thanks to its omega-3 and 6 content, it has a composition similar to the lipids of the skin and is among the vegetable oils richest in essential fatty acids.  

The seeds used come from selected varieties of hemp and do not contain psychotropic substances.

Decryption of omega 3 and 6  :

Omega 3 and Omega 6 are essential fatty acids, the human body cannot produce them. An external contribution is therefore essential. Omega-3s maintain the elasticity of the skin, they promote anti-inflammatory processes, they reduce redness and calm irritation. Omega-6s are part of the composition of ceramides. They participate in the reconstitution of epidermal lipids and intervene in membrane fluidity. Linoleic acid makes it possible to limit water loss from the skin while having softening and nutritive qualities.

Cultivation of Hemp and process:

Hemp is one of the very first plants cultivated by man in France since the Middle Ages. Its oil is very popular with women who use it for its cosmetic virtues. Its exceptional culture is completely natural, it requires no chemicals, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides and others, no maintenance, we sow, the rain falls hydrates the plant and we harvest. This plant is organic par excellence.

Historical origin  :

The use of hemp dates back several centuries when the plant was mainly sought after for its therapeutic and anesthetic properties. In Europe, hemp was used until the beginning of the 20th century against plague, rheumatism, joint pain and certain mental pathologies.
In 1941, Cannabis sativa was withdrawn from the official French pharmacopoeia because of its misuse as a narcotic product. It was not until 1990 that the cultivation of hemp without psychotropic active ingredient was again authorized in France and the sale of its precious oil generalized.

Today, hemp has many uses in the fields of construction, insulation, plastics, human and animal food, cosmetics, etc.

Warning: These properties, indications are taken from books or websites of reference in aromatherapy, hydrolatherapy, phytotherapy and naturopathy. They are found there on a regular basis and many of them are confirmed by observations in the scientific community. However, this information is given for informational purposes, it can in no way constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.


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