Hemp seed oil has gone mainstream, even though its byproducts (ie, cannabis) are not completely legal in all states. Make the best of what is, and enjoy the multiple anti-aging and beauty benefits of the oiling solution, as we take on the use of the elixir for thicker, luscious locks.
Make note that hemp seeds are rich in protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids and insoluble fiber. They are a good source of tocopherols, better known as vitamin E antioxidants.
In tandem, the fatty acids hydrate and add luster to your hair, the antioxidants reverse signs of aging (yes, your hair needs anti-aging solutions too), and the protein content reinforces the strength in your strands to prevent hair fall and improve growth.
So much so, that you should consider hemp oil to repair the damage done by heating and styling tools that may have sapped the moisture out of your strands and fried your ends. Here’s all you need to know about using hemp oil for haircare.