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Everything you need to know about CBD and Skin Health


Look around you… there is a CBD variant for almost every product on the market today. From chocolate bars to cocktails, candles, clothing and healthcare products, CBD is everywhere and in everything you can possibly think of. But even more fascinating is how the substance is fast becoming the most important ingredient in the skincare industry. 

CBD skincare products are taking over the world of beauty and skincare.  CBD serums and sunscreens, chap sticks, creams and cleansers, and a vast range of other products form an intimidating array of hemp-infused products popping up in beauty supply stores everywhere.  

In fact, a recent Market Watch report estimates the value of the global CBD cosmetics market at over $580 million with market projections for 2025 reaching $1.7 billion. Safe to say, the CBD trend isn’t going to die down anytime soon. 

If you’re considering hopping on the CBD bandwagon too, but you’re worried about where to start, here’s a quick rundown on what to know about CBD skincare:

First of all, what is CBD?

Cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD, is a naturally-occurring chemical compound found in cannabis plant. It’s one of the two primary active ingredients of cannabis, the other one being THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).

Unlike THC, pure CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it doesn’t make you feel high. Rather, it is said to possess deep therapeutic and healing properties. Research shows that CBD may be effective in alleviating anxiety, chronic inflammation and pain, insomnia, and some rare forms of childhood epilepsy. 

Why it is good for your skin

Known for its healing properties, cannabidiol offers some serious antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits that are required in treating skin concerns like inflammation, dryness and free radical damage.

It is also able to help in the fight against acne and other common face skin conditions by controlling the production of sebum in the skin. Research also indicates that CBD may be effective in treating eczema and psoriasis as well as other severe and hard to treat autoimmune diseases that affect the skin.

But, while the research on CBD’s efficacy in these regards is still quite limited, the substance is generally considered safe to use topically.

How to choose the right CBD skin care product?

All cannabidiol-infused products are formulated using full-spectrum CBD oil, broad-spectrum CBD oil or CBD isolate. 

While all are great and would serve in their own way, there are a few concerns to note. 

Full-spectrum CBD oil contains all the compounds found in hemp, including trace amounts of THC. Not every person would be open to consuming THC even if it is to be applied topically. THC can cause psychotropic reactions depending on the individual or the quantity of the substance contained in the product.

Products with THC should be clearly labeled and the amount of the substance as is, in the product clearly stated. CBD skincare products with THC are great but they are not for everyone.

Broad-spectrum CBD oil, on the other hand, contains a range of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids derived from hemp, but no THC. This is also a good base for CBD skincare products, but individuals with fragrance allergies may experience challenges using products of this nature.

CBD isolate is the purest version of CBD. It doesn’t contain any other compounds that you find in a hemp plant. This form of CBD oil is best for facial skin as it’s pure, doesn’t clog pores and is packed with skin-rejuvenating antioxidants.

When shopping for your CBD skincare product, look for products that mention “cannabidiol”, “hemp extract”, “broad-spectrum CBD”, “full-spectrum CBD” or “hemp CBD” on the label. Also, note that hemp seed oil or cannabis Sativa seed oil isn’t the same thing as CBD oil. CBD oil is extracted from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant. It’s finer and lighter oil as compared to hemp seed oil that tends to be greasy.

Another important concern is the amount of CBD in a product. Different conditions demand different concentrations of CBD. For instance, inflammation and pain would require a higher amount of CBD concentration than acne. 

Finally, the most important factor to consider is the quality of the product you are looking to buy. Buy only from reputable brands and those whose label says exactly what is contained in the product. Better still; buy only from manufacturers who are able to prove their products’ quality with a third party test result.

SeeBeauty differences…..

If you are looking to buy CBD skincare products, you can check the SeeBeauty range of CBD skincare products. The premium product line meets the desires of a vast majority and all products have been third party lab tested, and possess a seal of quality.

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