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Hemptuary body balm

The skincare brand changing the game with hemp

Posted in REMIX Magazine by Erin Berryman | June 20th, 2022

Have you ever found your holy grail moisturiser turns on you suddenly and stops delivering results? There’s a reason for that: seasonal change. At the first sign of frost, it’s not uncommon for your complexion to do a number on you, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In winter, ducking between the rapidly changing temperatures of heated indoor offices to the bitterly cold outdoors can be harsh on the skin and capillaries. And more than any other season, winter really throws your skin barrier all out of whack. You’ll notice it doesn’t behave at all like it used to, going from nourished and plump to dry and dull overnight. Thankfully, hemp seed oil is one natural ingredient that can go a long way in keeping your skin happy and hydrated.

The range by Hemptuary® Skincare uses only organic hemp seed oil and is locally made in New Zealand with 100% natural ingredients. The nutrient-rich range promotes skin health by regulating the skin’s oil production without clogging your pores, improving skin hydration and reducing fine lines and wrinkles. This wonder oil has even been known to assist with scarring, acne and eczema. Harnessing the best of nature, this pH balanced collection is enriched with vitamins A and E and omegas 3 and 6.

Renowned for its calming, hydrating and revitalising properties, hemp seed oil is an ideal ingredient for sensitive skin. If winter has robbed you of your glow and left your skin compromised, gentle products are key. Simple yet effective, Hemptuary® Hemp Soothing Balm, Hemp Nourishing Face & Body Oil, Hemp Conditioning Lip Balm, luxurious Hemp Face & Body Soap and Hemp Infused Moisturiser work to restore, gently calm and nourish without causing further irritation to the skin.

Hemptuary.co.nz

An original article from Remix Magazine.

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