Times are changing and the consumer demand for natural, organic, and sustainable products like the natural oils of GLAUX CHEM® are going strong, with no sign of slowing down. The days of companies keeping you in the dark about what fake ingredients, or as we like to call them “nasties,” that are in your beauty products are a thing of the past thanks to the labeling requirements mandated by the FDA.
It all started in grad school. Dr. Kimberly Lincoln was introduced to intense studies on something called the endocannabinoid system, which serves a crucial purpose to our bodies in addition to regulating key aspects of our biology. For Dr. Lincoln, she discovered that there could be a beneficial implications between hemp oil and the skin—but information on this topic at that time was limited.
Omega fatty acids are good for you and critical to your well-being because they provide support to your cells and membranes.
Hemp is inarguably one of the most versatile and useful plants on the planet. In fact, it was so important to our economy that farmers in the colonial days were once required to grow hemp for use of the fibers to produce commodities like paper, ropes, and fuel. The declaration of independence was drafted on hemp paper, George Washington and John Adams farmed hemp, and President Abraham Lincoln used hemp oil to fuel his lamps.
Hemp is considered as a super food by many nutritionists around the world, with some even panning it as the most nutritious of all. Today, the plant is starting to see a huge amount of love sent its way in the skincare world. Scientists are now revealing study after study proving that hemp is an incredibly healthy plant to incorporate into both your diet and skincare.
One of the most unavoidable truths about growing up is that we will all end up aging. Even the most beautiful supermodel will get wrinkles, lose skin elasticity, and start looking her age. It's bad news that you just need to learn to embrace.