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All That You Must Understand About CBD Skincare

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These days, lots of murky marketing is going on regarding various CBD related products and many false claims are also made by the marketing people.

Therefore, in this article we are going to share about few CBD skin care products which will be useful information for you, if you want to use any of them.

  • You must know the basic difference between CBD and hemp seed oil

There is often the nomenclature that may create confusion among buyers while selecting various CBD related products. There are often products that are not related to CBD also put in the same category.

Certain skin care products may have hemp seed oil that may not contain cannabinoids because it is not present in the hemp seed

  • Hemp seed oil only acts as nice hydrator

Any products having hemp seed oil has many useful properties like antioxidants, linoleic acid and both Omega fatty acids. It is known as powerful moisturizer that can soften the skin.

Often many brands are trying to use CBD’s halo effect and sell their product as “CBD products” but it does not contain any CBD but only hemp seed oil.

  • CBD can be compared with queen bee

CBD actually is very potent antioxidant and highly anti-inflammatory and various research studies have proved that it can help reducing lipid product from our sebaceous glands that can:

  • Soothe irritation
  • Reduce redness
  • Combat acne

In addition to that, it can also sooth psoriasis, help in slowing down the aging signs due to its antioxidant and neuro-regenerative properties.

  • Often many marketers don’t call CBD as CBD

While buying any beauty product, try to check the ingredient and look for few words in the list, that indicate there is actual CBD present in the formula:

  • Hemp CBD
  • CBD
  • Phyto-cannabinoid-rich hemp oil
  • Full-spectrum hemp extract
  • Hemp extract oil

All of these are synonyms for CBD.

  • CBD is not cure for all but a supplement

You must know one thing that so far, no clinical trials have been done about CBD’s standard dosing measurements.

The dosage tends to vary based on every individual. Hence, you cannot pick any product, by looking at milligrams of CBD that it contains, and consider that it is enough CBD meant for you.

Therefore, if any product contains lower quantity of CBD, it does not imply that it is ineffective. You can also pair CBD with few other active ingredients like vitamin C and retinol that are used as anti-aging elements.