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Fresh Formulas: The Vegan Ingredients You'll Find (And Love) In Deew

By Sarah Price

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Looking to add more clean, cruelty free ingredients to your skincare shelf? We’ve rounded up five of the vegan ingredients you’ll find (and love!) in Deew. 

Certified Organic Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil

Every Deew product is formulated with certified organic cannabis sativa seed oil. It’s our foundational ingredient, chosen for its immense beauty benefits. 

No other plant-based oil is as rich in essential fatty acids, the building blocks of healthy cells. Essential fatty acids can keep skin hydrated and smooth, calm redness and sensitivity, deliver antioxidants, and support happy, balanced skin. So it’s safe to say we’re a big fan.

Cannabis sativa seed oil can also help reduce inflammation, moisturize, and balance, and it can even help dull skin become radiant once more. You’ll find it in every Deew product so there’s lots of ways to easily add this ingredient to your skincare shelf.

Murumuru Seed Butter

Native to the Amazon rainforest, murumuru seed butter is sourced by extracting the rich fat from the seeds of the Astrocaryum murumuru palm tree.

It’s incredibly rich with natural emollient properties similar to cocoa and shea butter. However, it’s non-comedogenic which means it won’t clog your pores. It’s also full of fatty acids to support a healthy skin barrier and vitamin A for a dose of antioxidants to support mature skin. 

You can find murumuru butter in our Dream Cream and Morning Deew Cannabis Creams. Reach for them day and night to moisturize, balance, and boost your skin’s glow from head to toe!

Argan Oil

Rich in fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants, argan oil is a dreamy ingredient for all skin types. It’s lightweight, it sinks in very quickly, and it can help balance your skin’s sebum production.

Thanks to the vitamins and antioxidants, argan oil can smooth fine lines, neutralize free radicals, and prevent some of the visible signs of aging. It can also calm inflammation and provide relief to dry, itchy, sensitive skin. Plus it’s non-comedogenic!

Argan oil adds an extra touch of moisture to our Cannabis Creams and our Body Buzz Cannabis Scrub

Turmeric

Known for its calming properties, turmeric root powder can reduce the inflammation that causes skin redness and irritation.

It’s also quite high in antioxidants, which are key in helping your skin heal from sun damage. For those of us with hyperpigmentation and dark spots, turmeric is a natural lightener that can help your skin look more bright and radiant.

Find this healing herb in our Deew Drops

Spirulina

Spirulina is a buzzworthy superfood that’s rich in vitamins A, E, K, beta-carotene, and the B-complex. It’s also full of minerals like iron, manganese, zinc, sodium, potassium, magnesium, and copper, all of which work together to keep your skin healthy.

Spirulina is also full of antioxidants, it offers significant anti-inflammatory properties, and it can support your skin’s natural detoxification process. This means you’ll be left with radiant, soothed skin that’s functioning at it’s best. 

Discover spirulina in our Body Buzz Cannabis Scrub

Shea Butter

Shea Butter is a wonderful ingredient for your skin. It has emollient, occlusive, and hydrating properties, all key in a good moisturizer. It’s very rich and it can be heavy on the skin, but it’s deeply nourishing. And like murumuru butter and argan oil, it’s non-comedogenic so despite being very thick, it’s safe to use if you have oily or blemish prone skin. 

While shea butter is most often used on the body to moisturize dry patches, it can definitely be used on the face, especially in the depths of winter when your skin needs a little extra TLC. 

Enjoy the benefits of Shea Butter in Body Buzz, our Cannabis Body Scrub.

What are your favourite vegan ingredients? Let us know below!

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