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The benefits of CBD lotions, creams, and balms for the skin

What are the real benefits of using cosmetics with CBD? CBD face cream, moisturizers, balms, lotions, and day cream have been talked about a lot lately as healthy ways to take care of your skin. In today's article, we'll talk about the subject in more depth.

When it comes to skin care, we at the hemp store know that hemp is the key to nourished and healthy skin. Even before CBD became well-known, people have been using another part of the hemp plant to help them look better for thousands of years. Hemp seed oil has been used for a long time as a skin care product because it soothes inflammation, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and keeps the skin moist. Omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids have been shown to make dry skin feel softer and less sensitive by moisturizing it. Hemp seed oil has a lot of vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant that research has shown to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. This makes it a great choice for tattoo aftercare. It works very well to treat dry skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis. It's in Almonds Skin Salvation, which is the best eczema treatment balm we know of. Several cosmetics with hemp seed oil but no CBD are on the market. It should not come as a surprise that we have discovered another component of the hemp plant, CBD, that has wonderful skin-benefiting properties since hemp is a wonderfully adaptable and valuable plant for humans.

What does CBD stand for?

If you don't know what CBD is, you might wonder what it is and why everyone seems to be talking about it.

Cannabidiol, which is sometimes called CBD, is a substance found in the cannabis plant. It is one of the most common things that make the plant work, along with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD is often taken from industrial hemp plants. EU law says that these plants must have less than 0.2% THC. CBD is not psychoactive and does not make you feel high like THC does. CBD can be bought legally in the UK, Europe, the US, Canada, and many other places around the world. As more people learn about the possible health and wellness benefits of CBD, the market is growing at an amazing rate.

CBD is used to treat a wide range of illnesses all over the world, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, arthritis, insomnia, and epilepsy. They also use it to help them stop smoking and deal with problems related to drug use. Early research isn't sure, but it seems like CBD might also slow down the aging process. People use CBD for a wide range of reasons, and they all have different degrees of success. There isn't a tonne of peer-reviewed scientific research on all of CBD's benefits because it is still relatively new and people use it for so many different reasons, but there are a few studies that show promising results in a number of areas. As the number of people using CBD grows around the world, we expect that more research will be done on its benefits in the next few years.

How does CBD do what it does?

Our bodies have a system called the endocannabinoid system. There is a network of receptors in our bodies that starts at the skin and goes through the nervous system, digestive system, bones, organs, and brain. Even though we don't fully understand how the endocannabinoid system works or how it affects the body, we can say that it seems to be very important to how our bodies work (otherwise known as homeostasis).

The ECS is linked to many things, like hunger, stress, liver, skin, and nerve function, mood, memory, learning, metabolism, chronic pain, inflammation, sleep, motor control, bone and muscle growth, and more!

CBD binds to the receptors in our endocannabinoid system, which changes the above processes. Even though it's still not clear how CBD affects the endocannabinoid system, some researchers think that it stops endocannabinoids from breaking down, so they can stay active for longer and have a bigger effect on our bodies.

What does CBD do to your skin?

CBD's anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-aging properties are the main reasons why it is good for skin. These properties help to calm, moisturize, and nourish skin.

In a 2019 study, people with dry skin diseases like eczema, psoriasis, and scarring who used CBD topical cream had better skin hydration and more elasticity.

Moreover, oily skin disorders like acne may benefit from CBD. One study found that CBD has sebum-reducing properties that stop oil from being made. Since making too much sebum is a major cause of acne, CBD may be a good acne treatment for skin that tends to break out.

The anti-inflammatory properties of CBD help the skin heal faster and reduce swelling. So, it works well to heal wounds, rashes, and skin that is itchy. If you treat inflammation, your skin may heal faster, and you're less likely to make the wound worse by scratching it ineffectively to temporarily relieve pain.

CBD helps in the fight against getting old. Together, the antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and sebum-making properties reduce stress on the skin and damage to skin cells, which are the main causes of aging symptoms.

Does CBD go through the skin?

CBD gets into the body through the skin, where it binds to receptors in the endocannabinoid system that are close to the skin's surface. When you put it on your skin, it doesn't get into your bloodstream, but CBD oils that you eat or put under your tongue do. Studies show that CBD is strong enough to get past these barriers and can be absorbed through our pores, even though our skin is designed to fight off outside invaders and our immune systems try to keep bad things from getting in through our skin.

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