Hemp Seed Oil for Skin Care
For a multi-use serum that's moisturizing and lightweight at the same time, try adding hemp seed oil to your daily skin care routine. Hemp seed oil contains little to no THC or CBD and is extracted for its healthy fatty acid profile (omega-3, omega-6, and polyunsaturated fatty acids).
Hemp seed oil is great for soothing dry skin and inflammation. It also possesses anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and anti-oxidant (vitamins A, C, and E) properties that protect the skin against environmental damage. Try adding a few drops in your day or nighttime moisturizer, or facial toner, for an easy boost to your skin health.
ALL ABOUT HYDRO facials
Hydrodermabrasion is the latest in skin care treatments, utilizing the healing powers of oxygen and water to exfoliate, not the crystals or textured tips of traditional Microdermabrasion. Virtually painless and suitable for all skin types, Hydrodermabrasion disperses air and water at a high speed to peel off dead and damaged cells, resulting in ultra-hydrated skin. This treatment can also aid in removing blackheads, hyperpigmentations, and scarring. A Hydrodermabrasion facial requires no downtime and will leave skin glowing and deeply cleansed without irritation.
Hydrodermabrasion is highly effective for:
- Improved skin texture and tone
- Reduced fine lines and wrinkles
- Deeper skin hydration
- Increased blood flow leading to collagen and elastin production
- Reduced/improved acne scarring
- Improved uneven pigmentation
- Reduced skin congestion, blackheads, and acne
Even though those of us with oily skin might forgo moisturizing so as not to appear shiny, if you don’t moisturize, your skin can look dull, increasing the appearance of wrinkles. Look for oil-free, magnifying, and/or lightweight moisturizers that contain dimethicone, hyaluronic acid, or niacinamide. Niacinamide absorbs sebum, stimulates collagen production and strengthens our skin’s barrier. It's can also reduce hyperpigmentations and large pores.
For dry skin, look for glycerin, ceramides, and hyaluronic acid. Ceramides are fats that occur naturally in our skin, soaking up water so the skin cells stays hydrated.