CBD cannabinoid and hemp oil is an excellent care product for your skin. What will it help you with? Check it out in today’s blog.
CBD cannabinoid – cannabidiol is one of the better known chemical compounds of the hemp plant called cannabinoids. CBD is not a psychoactive cannabinoid, nor does it bind directly to cannabinoid receptors. CBD oil is a cannabinoid resin dissolved in hemp oil in a certain percentage.
Hemp oil alone can help a lot with skin care or skin problems. It contains essential polyunsaturated fatty acids, including omega 3 and 6. The best is unrefined cold pressed, which is light green in color and has a pleasant taste. Hemp oil helps with problems such as:
- IN VIRAL, BACTERIAL AND FUNGAL INFECTIONS.
Hemp oil is obtained by pressing hemp seeds and does not contain cannabinoids, or may contain only traces. The use of hemp oil can offer the skin abundant relief, especially dry skin, retain moisture in the skin and soothe sensitive and irritated skin.
What about CBD hemp oil as a cosmetic product?
Products containing CBD oil may contain full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or CBD isolate CBD oil.
Full-spectrum CBD oil contains compounds from the hemp plant, including a smaller percentage of the cannabinoid THC. Broad-spectrum CBD oil contains cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, but does not
contain the cannabinoid THC, or it may only be present in traces. CBD isolate is the purest version of the CBD cannabinoid but does not contain other compounds found in the hemp plant. In cosmetics, this oil is mainly used for skin care on the face, because it does not clog skin pores and contains antioxidants that have a beneficial effect on the skin. When choosing a product, we must pay attention above all to quality,
traceability and content.
Recently, the CBD cannabinoid has been making its way to the forefront in the cosmetics industry as well. The reason for this is mainly the very positive action in terms of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. CBD cannabinoid is thus used for:
- DRY SKIN,
- INFLAMMED AND IRRITABLE SKIN,
- SKIN DAMAGED BY FREE RADICALS,
- ECZEMA AND ALLERGIES,
- DERMATITIS AND Psoriasis,
- VIRUS, BACTERIAL AND FUNGAL INFECTIONS
- SCALP SKIN.
Hemp oil or CBD?
Now, of course, you have a question – both work practically on the same problems, which one is better for the skin, scalp? Hemp oil or CBD? The best answer is CBD hemp oil. Why? Hemp oil is known for not clogging skin pores when used (it is non-comedogenic). For this reason, it is also an excellent carrier oil in a cosmetic product. Hemp oil can be used all over the body. It provides the skin with the necessary moisture, and omega fatty acids calm inflammation. CBD hemp oil increases the effect of the product itself, especially when inflammation is the underlying cause of the problems. It also enhances the effect of cosmetic products targeting skin dryness, loss of elasticity, blemishes, excess fat, wrinkles….CBD is not obtained from seeds but from the plant itself, and we must also mention its cooperation with our endocannabinoid system and endocannabinoid receptors . We have endocannabinoid receptors in every layer of the skin, which are triggered by pain, itching, inflammation… they trigger signals in our body. The CBD cannabinoid interacts with these receptors and, for example, in the case of eczema, its action is not necessarily directed at the eczema, but acts on the hormones that cause the eruption of eczema – it acts on the very source of the problem! For some skin conditions, dermatologists prescribe steroid creams, but they have side effects such as thinning of the skin. The CBD cannabinoid shows great potential as a non-steroidal therapy and as an immunosuppressive agent for autoimmune skin diseases.
CBD has also proven itself as an addition to creams for or after sunbathing, as its anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce the redness of the burn and better absorption of the cream into the skin. Cannabinoid receptors are also present on the scalp. When CBD oil is used, it interacts with these receptors, resulting in good blood circulation to the scalp, calming scalp inflammation and reducing hair loss. CBD also affects the level of oil in the scalp (sebum) and the risk of scalp infection. Both factors are responsible for the formation of dandruff.
The antioxidants of CBD oil protect the scalp from negative external factors and from moisture loss. CBD is also involved in the regulation of hormonal conditions and the problem of stress. In summary, CBD oil is the ideal solution for repairing damaged scalp.
Lately, CBD cannabinoid has also been found in manicure and pedicure products. In fact, it has become a real beauty trend. It acts on the nails and cuticles in the same way as on the skin – it strengthens and restores.
CBD oil can be found in cosmetic products such as: creams, serums, masks, oils, shampoos, nail polishes… Of course, studies on the use of CBD cannabinoids will continue to be developed, but currently it means great potential in the cosmetic industry. The main difference between hemp oil and CBD hemp oil is that hemp seed oil is not the active ingredient, while CBD is. Even in cases where we have to use a medicine in the form of a cream to “extinguish the fire”, it is highly recommended to use CBD cannabinoid after the therapy for “cleaning and regeneration after the fire”.
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