Can CBD be an effective remedy in skin care? Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, the answer is yes!
In a recent study on female participants, 85.71% reported an improvement after the first seven days of treatment, with 100% also saying they noticed a positive difference at the end of the 14 day trial.
Furthermore, during the study, scientists discovered that the production of sebum, which makes your skin oily, is blocked thanks to the interaction of CBD with AEA, an endocannabinoid produced naturally by the human body.
So the CBD interacting with the AEA can limit the production of sebum that makes oily skin.
Acne is a skin disease that comes with a series of rashes better known as pimples.
Pimples can appear mainly on the face, neck, back, chest and shoulders. Anyone can have acne lesions but they are more frequent amongst adolescents and young adults.
According to statistics, it affects about 80% of those aged between 11 and 30, especially in women aged 14 - 17 and men between 16 - 19.
Why do we talk a lot about CBD?
If CBD up until a few years ago was considered a "minor" element compared to THC, today it appears as a beneficial natural substance with innumerable properties.
CBD is appreciated for its analgesic, soothing, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, amongst others. Click here for more information.
Today you can find CBD on the market in various forms, for instance to be vaped with an electronic cigarette, or used in capsules, oils and creams.