MANCHESTER, England — Man has found how to use hemp oil to make beard oil that is less greasy and more moisturizing.
A university research team has discovered the chemical composition of the new chemical, which is an improvement over the chemical that comes from the hemp plant.
The chemical is called lucas and is also known as flax oil.
The team at the University of East Anglia in Manchester say the discovery could pave the way for more innovative chemical compounds in the future.
In the research, a team of researchers from the university and a company called SABERCOIL, worked out the chemical structure of the chemical and found that the chemical contained one hydrogen atom and two carbon atoms.
The molecule also has two oxygen atoms and two nitrogen atoms.
The researchers say the chemical is an all-purpose chemical and that it could be used as an allen-type filler in cosmetic products.
The research has been published in the journal Science Advances.
The team said the new compound, which they call lucAS, is able to penetrate the hair follicles and retain the oils and luster for longer.
It was tested on a variety of skin conditions and was found to be safe for people over the age of 70.
The research also showed that the lucA has the ability to penetrate and hold onto keratinocytes, which are protein-based, cell-like structures in the hair shaft.
The researchers say this means the compound can act as a filler, moisturizer and anti-inflammatory.