CBD is not just for your health! Statistics show that between 4 and 6 million adults in the UK used CBD in 2020. This is, of course, for a good reason, and one of the uses is CBD skincare.
Alleviation of Acne
According to Pubmed, acne is the most prevalent skin condition affecting people. CBD harbours different properties, and among these are anti-bacterial, antimicrobial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and oil reduction. The sebocytes in the skin produce an oily substance scientifically referred to as sebum. Sebum forms an integral part in protecting the skin, but it results in acne when it gets produced in excess.
Thanks to the oil-reduction properties of CBD oil, it can help the excessive production of sebum; thus, helping prevent breakouts of acne. If you suffer from scars due to acne, research shows that CBD can help eliminate acne-related spots. The application of CBD Creme has been widely reported to help.
One of the common causes of ageing and facial wrinkles is oxidative stress. CBD has been proven to have antioxidant effects. Coupled with the anti-inflammatory effects of CBD oil, the ageing appearance can, therefore, get hidden.
Nourishing sensitive skin
Inflammation may cause skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis. In the long run, these conditions cause skin drying and itching. The anti-inflammatory effects of CBD, and especially CBD balm, can help soothe skin irritation and sensitivity. In case of any infection, the anti-fungal and antimicrobial effects of CBD oil would also come to play and keep your skin nourished.
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