Powerful, natural ingredients
Created in the heart of Soho, SohoJoe is the new men’s CBD oil skincare range.
With its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and relaxing virtues, CBD is the new superhero of beauty and wellbeing product ingredients. The swiss CBD oil contained in the product absorbs all the impurities and provide deep hydration. The antioxidant properties of CDB combined with our quality active ingredients purify, hydrate and treat visible signs of ageing, leaving clear, fresh and rejuvenated skin. The PH of CBD oil is adjusted to suit all skin types, including dry skin and sensitive skin, so this CBD range is perfect for any man’s skincare routine.
It is important to choose products that actually contain CBD oil to have the desired properties and not simply products based on hemp oil that doesn’t have the same benefits. This is why the range offers high-quality, 100% natural CBD oils made with the best quality Swiss hemp. Moreover, all the products in the range contain 95% natural derived ingredients and the formulations are free from paraben, phthalates and phosphates.
Swiss CBD oil is made from the leaves, flowers and stalks of the hemp plant—the only parts of the plant where cannabidiol is found. It is a compound naturally present in hemp, which has no psycho-active effect and offers interesting well-being and cosmetic properties
The antioxidants in CBD help lessen the visible signs of aging. By counteracting free-radical damage and reducing the look of inflammation, CBD visibly reduces issues like wrinkles, skin dullness, and poor skin tone.
Coconut oil is extracted from the fruit of the coconut tree, which grows in warm and humid regions such as Asia, the Pacific Islands and Central America. Coconut oil is full of benefits and is a good source of vitamins A and E, as well as many saturated fatty acids. It will deeply moisturize the epidermis and noticeably improve skin hydration. It helps to fight skin dehydration that can cause eczema. Coconut oil naturally contains phenolic acid, a natural acid that is antioxidant and fights free radicals in the body. Thanks to vitamin E and its fatty acids, coconut oil has everything it needs to durably tone your face by repairing and smoothing the skin.
Cocoa has been used by Mayas and Aztecs in medicine for around 3,000 years. It’s a very effective cosmetic active ingredient. It’s ideal for dry, dehydrated, devitalized and damaged skin, and it has interesting antioxidant properties.
Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity. The fatty acids it contains are particularly known to soothe certain skin irritations or lesions. The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture.
Almond oil has been used in ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic practices to treat skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. As a very mild, hypoallergenic oil, almond oil is safe for almost all skin types. Extracted from the kernel of the almond tree fruit, this oil is very well known for its softening properties and recommended for dry or irritated skin. This oil is rich in minerals and unsaturated fatty acids. Highly nourishing, almond oil is full of vitamins, mainly vitamin A, which improves the elasticity of the skin and Vitamin E which accelerates cellular repair.
One of the greatest qualities of aloe vera is its ability to penetrate the epidermis quickly and easily. The gel of the plant is able to penetrate the epidermis in depth and to moisturize all the layers of the skin. The vitamins it contains promote blood circulation, nourish cells and tighten tissues while smoothing the skin. In addition to moisturizing dry skin, aloe vera benefits from its purifying, nutritious and restorative actions.
The calming and regenerating properties of aloe vera are very effective in treating different types of burns. Indeed, the plant has anti-inflammatory properties that improve the skin healing process.
Cocoa has been used by Mayas and Aztecs in medicine for around 3,000 years. It’s a very effective cosmetic active ingredient. Ideal for dry, dehydrated, devitalized and damaged skin, and it has interesting antioxidant properties.
Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity. The fatty acids it contains are particularly indicated to soothe certain skin irritations or lesions. The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture.
Who would have thought that cocoa beans could contain such a concentrate of virtues? Particularly rich in stearic, palmitic and oleic acids, cocoa butter proves to be an excellent moisturizer for the epidermis.
From South America, jojoba oil improves the appearance of skin. Rich in vitamin E and linoleic acid, jojoba oil has a composition very close to human sebum, which makes it particularly effective in case of oily skin, adding a new level of radiance. Regenerating and healing, jojoba oil has the ability to rebalance excess sebum and significantly reduce the appearance of spots. Natural and gentle, jojoba beads are excellent exfoliators and won’t damage the skin or leave it open for bacteria to invade. The small jojoba beads will not irritate or scratch skin and are also biodegradable, so they are friendly to the environment.
Red Maple Extract
According to a study conducted at the University of Rhode Island, maple leaves are be loaded with active ingredients allowing cell regeneration and the production of elastin from the skin. As we age, the skin loses its elasticity because an enzyme breaks down elastin proteins. Maple leaves influence the appearance of wrinkles and protect from skin loosening. Maple Leaf extract can also reduce inflammation.
Activated charcoal has been around for centuries dating back as far as times of ancient Egyptians. Activated charcoal provides 4 main benefits: anti-bacterial properties, deep pore cleansing, oil-balancing, and gentle exfoliation to the skin therefore giving the overall effect a more smooth and refined appearance. Activated charcoal removes toxins and thanks to its important absorption properties, it acts like a magnet to draw out impurities and excess oil.
With the continued use of activated charcoal, over time pores become smaller therefore reducing oil production.