Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Many Pictures of Soap

Today was the day to update pictures on my web site. Thanks to my friend Monika for some photography tips, I think these pictures are definately better than the last bunch.

Monday, February 15, 2010


Just 4 U Soaps makes soap and hand & body lotion using hempseed oil, which are becoming very popular items. It is not hard to understand why when hemp seed oil balances dry skin, is healing, anti-ageing, absorbed easily into the skin, has anti-oxidant and moisture balancing properties and combats skin irritations.

Hemp seed oil comes from the seed of the Hemp Plant, this plant does not require the use of pesticides and every part of the plant is used when harvested. The hemp seed is pressed to release this wonderful oil rich in omega 3 and omega 6 EFA (essential fatty acids) and GLA (gamma Linolenic Acid). GLA is an essential fatty acid that resembles sebum, a natural lubricant found in the skin. These EFA’s are needed to keep moisture in the body and are what makes hemp oil moisturizing to the skin.

Skin care products containing Hemp seed oil sooth and restore dry and damaged skin relieving discomfort and increasing moisture retention. The GLA (gamma linolenic acid) in Hempseed Oil is why products made with this oil can offer relief of skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and acne. With regular use of skin care products made with hemp seed oil the skin becomes soft and moisturized which can help slow down the aging effect.
Not only is Hemp beneficial to our skin, its also a highly nutritious food containing rich sources of Essential Fatty Acids. Click on the links below for valuable information on hempseed oil, butter, proteins etc., as well as some good recipes.

For thousands of years hemp has been used for food grain, as fiber for textile, rope, and netting, and for medicinal reasons. Hemp fiber is known for its great strength and resistance to rot; therefore, it was used to make sails, nets, and ropes for ships. In China a two thousand year old piece of paper was discovered – it was made from hemp. Follow the links below to learn more about the history of this incredible plant.
The history of hemp
The history and benefits of hemp