Skin is the organ that comes into contact with the rest of the world. It acts as a protective layer for your body. Having healthy skin isn't just important for your wellbeing, but it also helps boost self-confidence and self-esteem.
CBD is showing more and more promising results in treating skin conditions such as:
How does CBD help with Skin Conditions?
CBD is believed to have positive interactions with the receptors of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) found in the skin. The ECS is involved in maintaining barrier functionality and skin homeostasis.
Benefits of using topical CBD oil are:
1. High anti-inflammatory properties
CBD aids in soothing inflammation on the scalp & skin, especially in cases of eczema.
2. Helps hydrate skin
CBD has antioxidant properties that help reduce visible signs of ageing. Hemp plants contain Omega 6 and Omega 3, which stimulate the production of collagen and prevent excessive water loss.
3.Helps control the production of Sebum
Overproducing sebum results in increased chances of acne for most people. CBD is believed to help regulate and restrict the cells from overproducing sebum, which has shown promise in helping reduce acne.
4. High antimicrobial properties
Helps reduce the risk of scalp & skin infections, which cause dandruff and flaky skin. CBD is also known to balance the pH level of your skin.
5. Helps decrease hormonal conditions
CBD influences hormones like cortisol (the stress hormone), melatonin (the sleep hormone) and estrogen (your sex hormone).
The imbalance of hormones mentioned above can cause oily skin, decreased collagen production, increased skin sensitivity, etc.
We understand how important healthy skin is. Our product ICANN nourish is a formulation of CBD extract and Hemp seed oil, both known to have positive effects on the skin. Hemp seed oil is known to help with hydration, regulating oil production and encouraging new cell generation.
How to use Topical CBD Oil?
The CBD oil should be applied on clean areas before any other products such as creams, serums etc. Use as you normally would, layering it from thinnest to thickest. That said, you should never self-diagnose your skin conditions, always consult a professional before starting any skincare routine.