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HEMP OIL IN BODY CARE PRODUCTS

@inproceedings{Leson2004HEMPOI,
  title={HEMP OIL IN BODY CARE PRODUCTS},
  author={Gero Leson},
  year={2004}
}
Hemp oil makes an excellent emollient which moisturizes skin and hair. In the old days it had mainly been used to manufacture greenish soft soap and soothing emulsions for skin care. It was also said to bring relief from dandruff and remedy hair loss. In the past years, the renaissance of hemp and the claims of the beneficial effects of its oil have stimulated a great deal of experimentation in the body care sector. Today, a range of body care products containing hemp oil are available: body… 

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