A good lip balm helps moisturize your lips, but beyond that, the smell, application, and texture are all a matter of personal preference. And if you’re into the benefits of hemp, you might be pleasantly surprised to find out that there is a hemp Labello.
From Labello to Cannabis?
The Labello is probably the most famous lip balm of our generation. The iconic blue version, however, has swapped its classic dressing for a green adornment with leafy prints and integrated hemp seed oil in this version. Naturally Vegan (naturally vegan).
The press service of Beiersdorf, the producer of Labello, did not answer our questions sent by email, we unfortunately have little information on this cannabis turning point of the brand. We have just been able to find on the Internet that the traditional mineral oils making up the Blue Labello have been replaced by vegetable oils, including hemp seed oil.
If you have already tried seen this product on a French shelf or tried these new lip balms Naturally Vegan Labello, don’t hesitate to tell us in the comments.
The cosmetic virtues of hemp seed oil
Anyway, it is not strange to see hemp seed oil in a product that is supposed to moisturize the skin. Hemp seed oil is indeed the savior of dry skin!
It rejuvenates and nourishes tense or dry skin and prevents flaking and itching. Used on the face, it controls sebum production to hydrate without clogging pores. Hemp seed oil restores the skin’s barrier and helps it retain moisture, making skin look healthy, hydrated and supple.
Hemp seed oil also protects against environmental aggressors that damage skin and cause premature aging, such as sun, radiation, pollution, cigarette smoke, and exposure to extreme hot and cold temperatures.
Hemp seed oil is also rich in antioxidants – such as vitamins A, C, E and F and fatty acids – which strengthen the outer layer of the skin so it can retain water. The skin thus remains firmer and more pleasant to the touch, and the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines is reduced.