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Terravida explains why CBD Is Amazing for Skincare

As people discover the long list of harmful ingredients in skin care products, there is increasing interest in natural safe skin care products. The one ingredient that is receiving a lot of interest in CBD. There is no surprise there because before cannabis was banned in the 1930s, there was a cannabis elixir on every shop shelf for the relief of pain and inflammation and it worked amazingly. In fact, historical documents indicate that cannabis was used for wound healing and other skin problems in many cultures for thousands of years. Now cannabis has come back and CBD is the most popular and most studied cannabinoid because it is not psychoactive. It is used in moisturizers, body lotions, acne remedies and antiaging creams.

CBD for Acne

Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, CBD tends to calm down the skin for acne sufferers, diminishing breakouts and reducing redness. There have been a number of studies that all proved that CBD is effective for acne treatment. One study found that it worked by reducing inflammation, reducing the production of sebum and offsetting other acne triggers. It also normalizes overactive sebaceous glands.

CBD for Anti-Aging

CBD is what people need for naturally youthful skin. It is healthy and using it does not involve any invasive procedures or harmful chemicals. Even scientists who studied it found it to be capable of reversing signs of aging. CBD works because it is a powerful antioxidant (more powerful than vitamins C and E) and an anti-inflammatory. By reducing inflammation and eliminating free radicals (caused by diet, sun damage, environmental pollutants, etc.) that damage skin cells and break down collagen, CBD creams delay aging of the skin and diminish visible signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines, dull skin and ruddy skin tone.

The skin has a concentration of CB2 receptors which appear to be connected to the regulation of oil production by sebaceous glands. In fact, one study released in 2008 found a connection between endocannabinoids and oil excretion by sebaceous glands. The study indicates that when there is a shortage of endocannabinoids, CBD applied to the skin is a good supplement that will enhance oil production and keep the skin soft and supple.

CBD is also rich in vitamins A, C and E. Vitamin A stimulates production of cells that form the tissue that keeps the skin healthy and firm. Vitamin C stimulates collagen production and reduces signs of aging. Vitamin E blocks and destroys free radicals and that way slows down the aging of the skin.

CBD for Skin Cancer

CBD is being used more and more to treat skin cancer in order to improve the quality of life for sufferers. There are documented studies and cases of people who have cured both carcinomas and melanomas of the skin by using CBD products. Scientists have found that CBD works against cancer because it combines with endocannabinoid receptors and controls gene regulations and that way controls the differentiation of skin cells. It also stops and reverses the changing of skin cells from normal to cancerous. In fact, read more here about important research findings on the use of CBD cannabidiol.

CBD for Sensitive Skin and Other Conditions

CBD has been known for ages for its ability to soothe sensitive skin. Some studies have even shown that it may be able to impede certain triggers of disorders such as psoriasis and to improve skin that is prone to eczema.

Many topical products (creams, serums, oils and gels) are being developed to treat skin conditions while new skin care ranges are being developed for moisturizing the skin and for anti-aging purposes. Anybody who is looking for solutions for skin problems such as fine lines, psoriasis, acne, sensitivity and cancer, might want to try CBD products. There are no known side effects of CBD. The only thing to worry about is the quality of the products so potential users of CBD must research the manufacturers. Users must watch out for words “full spectrum” on the label as that might mean presence of THC which might be illegal in some states.


With CBD hemp products containing zero THC, the way is clear for mass adoption. That is thanks to the new Farm Bill signed by President Trump. Now is the time for spa’s and salons to stock up on CBD skincare products – and for consumers to treat themselves to one of the best kept secrets in the world.

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