CBD Skin Benefits

CBD for skin care: application and precise dosage

The beauty world has recently found a new highlight and that is thanks to cannabis. Well, more precisely the cannabinoid cannabidiol, which is also known as CBD. The range of beauty products containing CBD has increased rapidly in recent years. CBD has the potential to take the skin care industry to a new level. CBD is known in the wellness industry for its pain-relieving and stress-reducing effects. It is therefore not surprising that this cannabinoid has become such a big hit in the beauty world.

Skin care products have always been in demand and this is unlikely to change in the near future. Furthermore, the addition of CBD to the cosmetics industry seems to bring a new sales high. You've probably seen CBD oil or CBD hemp oil as a part of care products lately . There are now a whole range of CBD body lotions, CBD skin balms, CBD facial oils and other promising CBD products.


How CBD could help with skin care

Most cannabinoid skin care products have been developed to treat painful areas and skin problems such as acne and eczema. However, these applications are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to CBD cannabis oil. It seems that it gives the skin an additional protective layer. This helps the skin to ward off everyday wear and tear and some nasty diseases.

In the meantime, CBD has been examined for its anxiolytic, relaxing and pain-relieving effects. However, recent studies have shown that the cannabinoid also has therapeutic and calming effects when applied topically to the skin. It has been shown to relieve headaches, inflammation and pain that cause inflammatory skin conditions. It also has an antioxidant effect. This means that it can counteract the signs of aging that free radicals cause.

CBD could work wonders for acne. Because CBD has a strong anti-inflammatory effect, it can soothe the skin. This is especially true for skin prone to acne. Since acne is an inflammatory skin condition, studies suggest that the calming properties of CBD can help reduce redness and reduce breakouts. Recent studies have also shown that CBD can reduce excessive sebum production (oil production) and compensate for other acne triggers.

CBD can also be used against signs of aging and to reduce wrinkles. The reason for this is that it also has strong antioxidant effects. That means it has the ability to reduce visible signs of aging skin. By fighting free radical damage and reducing inflammation, CBD could help alleviate problems such as dull skin, reddish complexion, and wrinkles.

Finally, CBD could also help soothe sensitive skin, and possibly even inhibit certain triggers of diseases like psoriasis and also improve skin prone to eczema. A lot more research needs to be done, but the existing knowledge looks promising. It all seems to be due to the essential skin normalizing and soothing effects of CBD.


Potential Benefits of CBD for the skin

As you probably already know, inflammation is the main cause of many skin conditions - from acne to rosacea. Due to the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of CBD, swelling, pain and also sores may be reduced. CBD is awesome since these problems can be addressed simultaneously.

CBD is effective and safe to use for all skin types. However, it is particularly helpful for people who have to deal with sensitive skin, acne, inflammatory skin diseases and skin dryness. Due to the very strong anti-inflammatory effects of CBD, it can support the natural healing process of the skin and considerably shorten the lifespan of eczema / psoriasis attacks and outbreaks.


Here is a step-by-step guide to the effective use of CBD products for skin care:

Step 1:

Find out where to use the product. That could be easier than you think. That said, if you're using a CBD face cream, just apply it on your face. However, if you use your CBD product in pain, it can be a bit more complex. You need to find out what is causing your pain to determine where to use the CBD. For example, if you want to treat a headache, tension in the neck can be the trigger. Therefore, you could then use the product on your neck.


Step 2:

Clean the area first: every day we come into contact with all kinds of bacteria and dirt. You don't want to spread that on your skin. Before applying the product, you should wash your hands thoroughly and clean the affected area with a cloth.


Step 3:

Apply generously: Although you obviously don't want to waste your product, you should generally apply it in several layers. Massage it thoroughly into the skin and wait until everything is completely absorbed. Then repeat that one or two more times.


CBD: how much mg?

A lot doesn't necessarily help a lot, there is no recommended dosage that helps every complaint and every person equally. Rather, it is about finding out for yourself how much mg CBD contributes to improving the symptoms. The following factors could influence the effectiveness of CBD oil :


  • body weight
  • Individual body chemistry
  • Type and form of the complaints
  • Sensitivity to herbal ingredients


In our opinion,  with the above listed benefits of CBD on the skin, CBD skin care products are definitely worth trying.




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