There are Cannabinoid receptors located throughout the body as a part of our endocannabinoid system — a checks-and-balance matrix, which regulates a number of critical body functions and responses such as stress, pain, appetite, digestion, inflammation, sleep, immunity and even processes like how much or how little oil our skin produces.
It turns out that CBD has the same receptors as our skin, which is why our skin can respond well to the compound. When CBD is used for medicinal or therapeutic purposes tied to the skin, it stimulates or impacts our skin’s cannabinoid receptors to better regulate pain, inflammation, bacteria, lipid production (which can lead to acne).
CBD is an active ingredient with a multitude of therapeutic benefits. For cosmetic use, CBD products are applied to the skin for their anti-inflammatory properties.
In addition to these regenerating virtues, CBD:
• Prevents irritation from inflammation
• Moisturises your skin and fights extreme dehydration
• Purifies skin with blocked pores or blackheads
• Treats skin problems such as acne
Rich in omega-6, omega-3 vitamins even more than coconut and argan, already known for their hydrating properties. CBD oil is what your skin needs.