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Benefits of Hemp Soap

Updated on May 7, 2014

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It is no secret that Omega 3-6-9 are all healthy benefits of fish oils, and because of this a large number of people take these vitamins daily. Then there are people who are unable to take Fish oils because of allergies or other various reasons. For these individuals, there are healthy alternatives found in both flax seed and hemp seed oil. Building on this, another interesting fact people do not consider is the benefit which using a soap or lotion which is made from natural ingredients, they can harness even greater benefits. The following is an attempt to help other identify the numerous beneifts of using hemp soap to treat various skin ailments and how not only do their bodies benefit from Omega internally, but also externally.

In a world where focus has shifted and people are more attentive than ever to the dangers which chemicals can present to the body, why is it that less attention is provided to the benefit of not only paying attention to our foods, but also to the products which we place on our bodies: soaps, lip balms, lotions, and other body care products? Well, here at Simple Creations, we have begun striving to help others understand the benefits of wonderful natural products, and sometimes may focus on the harm of others.

In the following, we would like to help people gather a greater understanding of the benefits of a soap made with a hemp oil base and how it is not only a wonderful moisturizer, but has other wonderful benefits as well! One of the primary reasons that hemp oil soap is such a wonderful addition to any beauty regiment is that it leaves the skin feeling smooth, gives it a beautiful glow, and even better, provides natural moisture!

So, please join us in exploring and understanding the amazing benefits of hemp oil soap!

Hemp Oil Soap - The Amazing Benefits!

The first point to recognize when considering hemp oil is not the benefit, but the properties which help explain why there are so many wonderful benefits with using the product externally, as well as internally: Hemp Oil is one of the world's richest sources of polyunsaturated fatsm while also including two of the important essential fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6, and gamma-linolenic acid.

These fatty acids are essential in helping maintain the natural moisture content in the body and because of, it acts as as a good moisturizing agen for the skin. Hemp not only prevents the drying out of skin. Add to this that it is also a rich source of Vitamin D and one begins to wonder why so little focus is provided to this wonderful option in skin care!

Recognizing this, one can already begin to understand why this might be an amazing addition to one's daily beauty care; however, we want to help you understand these wonderful benefits in a more detailed manner. Hemp Oil is both moisturizing and penetrating, which helps increase its value when one is looking to add it to whole body care.

Just some of the wonderful healing properties it provides include:

  • Healing sunburns
  • Accelerating the healing rate of scrapes
  • Treating acne
  • Easing the pain and damage of burns
  • Helps treat wrinkles, while slowing the signs of aging
  • Wonderful for reducing the signs of stretch marks
  • Nurishing and healing damaged skings
  • Reducing dry skin, including scaling and cracking
  • Even helps with psoriasi and eczema

One of the many reasons it provides such amazing benefits is found in the recognition that it is one of the richest sources of Vitamin E and essential fatty acids within the plant kingdom. Having these attributes, it is no wonder that regular use can help in reducing the effects caused by aging and even explains why it can work to reduce the discomfort as it sooths and restores dry/damaged skin, as it leaves the skin smooth and moisturized. Not only this, but when use use hemp oil soap, there is no residue left behind!


These benefits arise from the simple recognition that hemp is contains three times more Omega-3 fatty acids than it does contain of the Omega-6. This is such an important point since Omega-3s are recognized for the anti-flammatory benefits offered. By applying this to skin in the form of soap, the fatty acids work to easy the inflammation caused by acne and even slow down the oxidation of free radicals, which in turn help the skin appear more healthy and youthful!

Understanding how hemp soap reduces the signs of aging

One of the things many fail to realize is that as we age, the metabolism of our cells decrease and as a result, there is a reduction to the amount of essential fatty acids which are ingested that will be released into the epidermis (or the top most layer of the skin). As a result, our sking becomes thinner and extremely dry. This age related decline attributes to the formation of wrinkles and even the overall appearance of aged skin. The application of hemp oil through body care products, such as soaps and lotions, will compensate for the decline and minimize the signs of aging.


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