The new fashion of cannabis cosmetic creams with CBD
Cannabis cosmetic creams with CBD (cannabidiol) have become a fashion. They have left the hippie territory to settle as a cosmetic trend. It should be noted that these products have no psychoactive effect.
These creams are causing a furor in the US and are expected to become fashionable worldwide. They are the coolest beauty star this season. And they are beneficial such as rosehip oil or shea butter.
More and more brands are taking advantage of their properties to launch cosmetic products with CBD. (Kiehl's, L'Oréal, Origins, Estee Lauder, Murad, Unilever, …)
CBD, a non-psychoactive component of marijuana, has become fashionable as an alternative therapy due to its relaxing and analgesic properties. But its anti-inflammatory benefits have also been discovered for its application in dermatology. These benefits are supported by scientific studies and demonstrate their ability to give a solution to reactive, acne and very dehydrated skins.
CBD has the ability to connect directly with two neurotransmitters of communication to the brain of pain and inflammation. Thanks to this ability, treatments are developed to cure skin problems with an inflammatory process and an autoimmune component, such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and rosacea.
It is also proving very effective for the treatment of acne because it balances sebum production and calms inflammation.
Another treatment where a great future is predicted is in the prevention of skin aging. Thanks to its amount of antioxidants, it is able to prevent oxidative damage to the skin.
Another application is on the scalp. It allows faster growth by strengthening weak hair and tending to fall. It also provides good hydration.
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