Hemp Oil, a Needle-Free Botox?

Hemp Oil, a Needle-Free Botox?
by Truly Beauty

Aging is a natural process that happens to all of us. Unfortunately, first signs of aging occur directly on the skin, as collagen depletes year by year, leaving us eager to find an effective anti-aging solution that really works. 

Over the past few years, hemp seed oil has become a real buzzword in the health and beauty industry. But does it live up to its buzz? Absolutely!

According to scientists, hemp oil contains high levels of essential fatty acids and nutrients that nourish the skin and promote youthfulness. Let's dig deeper!


Hemp seed oil is made from cold-pressing the seeds of the cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa L.). If you choose unrefined hemp seed oil - the recommended type - it should be a dark greenish color with a slightly nutty aroma. 

Many people get confused between hemp oil and CBD oil which are actually two different things. Cannabidiol oil (CBD oil), is an extract of the cannabis plant and relies on hemp flowers and leaves to be made. 

While they both come from the same plant, the varieties differ in the quantity of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that they contain. THC is the psychoactive compound responsible for altering your mood. Unlike CBD, hemp seed oil contains very little THC, and that's the primary difference between the two. So don't worry, slathering hemp oil on your skin won't get you high!




Hemp seed oil is rich in antioxidant constituents such as fatty acids like gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and vitamins A, C, and E. It's also a natural emollient which works as an excellent moisturizer, hydrating the skin and leaving it soft and supple. The linoleic acid and oleic acids found in hemp seed oil also play a role in anti-aging.

As you can see, there are a number of skincare benefits of hemp plant seed oil. Besides fighting wrinkles, it can also treat a number of skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis. Here's how you can add hemp seed oil to your skincare regimen.


Slather Your Skin in Hemp Oil

Fatty acids play a prominent role in maintaining skin health and youthfulness. Hemp seed oil contains omega 3 fatty acids, omega 6 fatty acids, and omega 9 - all of which help to reverse the dullness caused due to aging. Nowadays, you'll find hemp extract and oil products in a range of skincare products. 

Packed with vitamin E and other nutrients, it gives your skin a boost of nutrition to keep it looking young and healthy. As awesome as coconut oil is for boosting your skin's hydration, nothing compares to hemp seed oil when it comes to anti-aging benefits.

Massage two to five drops of Truly's Hemp Facial Serum to cleanse and dry skin. Formulated with hemp seed oil, ginseng, and amino acids, this vegan facial serum tackles everything from dry skin to redness to wrinkles. It's definitely living up to its buzz! For best results, apply daily before your moisturizer.


Apply Hemp-Infused Moisturizer

One of the amazing things about hemp and CBD products in general is that they treat a number of skin concerns thanks to their anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. Most importantly, it offers powerful hydration effects to maintain the skin's elasticity and strength. When your skin is lacking moisture, your skin tends to look older than its years. It also leaves it prone to environmental damage. 

As we age, the skin loses its ability to absorb moisture and requires more hydration to stay healthy and supple. With its natural moisturizing properties, hemp seed oil hydrates the skin, leaving it looking smooth and soft. That's why it makes sense to invest in a high-quality hemp seed moisturizer to maintain your skin's youthfulness.

Truly's Flower Child Face Cream is a beautiful blend of CBD and hyaluronic acid designed to restore the skin's elasticity by firming, tightening, and moisturizing. Rich in cannabinoids and polyunsaturated fatty acids, and with a low THC content, this facial moisturizer is a daily essential for plumped up, glowing skin. 


Invest in a Hemp-Formulated Intensive Treatment

Three to four times a week, try pampering yourself with a hemp seed oil face mask to revitalize your complexion. Best of all, it won't just benefit your approaching fine lines and wrinkles - it can also tackle those pesky blemishes. 

Unlike many essential oils and carrier oils, industrial hemp seed oil hydrates the skin without clogging your pores. In fact, it's excellent for oily skin, as it can regulate the skin's oil production, preventing acne that's caused by excess oil. Full-spectrum hemp oil is your go-to if you have a combination of acne and aging skin.

Apply a thin layer of Truly's Hemp Jelly Anti-Acne Face Mask to clean, dry skin. Leave it on overnight for best results, then rinse off in the morning with warm water. Made with hemp, ginseng, and vitamin A, it's a match made in heaven for your unruly complexion.



It appears so. In the United States and many other countries around the world, people are obsessed with attaining young, plump, glowing skin. While we already know of the many health benefits of hemp seed oil, it's only been in recent years that we've been taking advantage of its skincare benefits.

Approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), hemp seed oil is packed with nutritional value and offers powerful pain relief properties. However, it's also an excellent skincare ingredient with only trace amounts of THC phytocannabinoids. Best of all, it does not come with any dangerous side effects. Of course, there is a risk that using hemp seed oil topically could cause an allergic reaction, but this situation is very rare.

All in all, hemp seed oil is a great skincare ingredient well worth including in your own daily regimen if you want younger, brighter, smoother skin. Because let's face it. Who doesn't? 


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