The Wonder Seed Review

Formerly known as the The Healing Seed, The Wonder Seed's mission is to nurture, heal and protect skin and hair with a complete line of products rich in virgin organic hempseed oil, the most nutritious oil on Earth. Their products contain the optimal amount of hempseed oil for human absorption and their formulations are 100% natural, vegan with no parabens, and no artificial colors or perfumes. They never test on animals and we have an eco-conscious philosophy recognizing the importance of protecting our environment. They also have a socially conscious philosophy always dealing by the highest of fair trade standards and donating to both local and international organizations that promote social healing.

The Wonder Seed, formerly known as The Healing Seed, promises to heal common skin conditions, such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, and an itchy, flaky scalp. Not only their products have healing qualities, but they are also anti-aging. This affordable, 100% natural, and vegan line consists of four different products that will green and glam up your beauty routine. This includes the Hemp Seed Oil Conditioner (Sweet Orange; $15.95), Facial Cleanser (English Daisy; $14.95), Facial Cream (English Daisy; $16.95), and Shampoo (Sweet Orange; $15.95).

Facial Cleanser: I haven't come across many cleansers that I found impressive, but I have to give props to this cleanser. It foams into a moisture-rich lather and purifies the skin with ingredients that will not strip the away natural oils. Also, it has a light, pleasant smell and makes the perfect everyday facial cleanser for all skin types.

Hemp Seed Oil Conditioner:

These days, Shea Moisture is usually my go-to brand when it comes to shampoo and conditioner. However, I always find myself reaching for this conditioner. This says a lot since I am uber selective about conditioner. My hair has a tendency to be on the dry side, but this conditioner deeply conditions it and gives it a lot of luster!

Facial Cream: I don't have dry or normal skin, so I have to be careful about what kind of moisturizers and creams that I use. I've used this cream in the past, but I've had better results with it the second time around. It was thick when I was first introduced to it a few years back when it was under The Healing Seed name. I'm happy to report that it is now light and well absorbent. It doesn't sit on top of the skin, which irks me to no end with some creams.

Shampoo: This is an okay shampoo, but this is because most shampoos out there don't work for my hair. It is light, lathers well, and the scent is pleasant. The only thing is it makes my hair drier than usual, even though the product doesn't have any sulfates, so I have to quickly follow up with a conditioner.

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