Sunday, September 27, 2020

CBD for Skincare

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CBD for skincare seems to many like a god send. It appears to be the miracle everyone has been looking for. It has been found that CBD has a lot of good benefits for skin so applying to the skin care routine seems natural. Of course, there are many who are against this as well, but I am really not sure why. I would love to hear from those who are against this to help me to understand the other side of this issue. Leave me a comment below and let us start this discussion.  

The health benefits far outweigh any perceived disadvantages of the product, in my opinion. CBD has been found to help with acne, aging, dryness, and eczema or psoriasis.  Anti-aging is a big one on this because so many women are looking for a good moisturizer that will help with wrinkles, myself included. I wouldn’t say that this is a miracle worker but the results so far are pretty promising. I would say to do your own research on this to determine your thoughts and feelings about this skin care information though as I am not an expert. I am only going on what I have read about this because I have yet to actually try it myself. Of course I've also heard that this is a good plant for the environment. It can help with water conservation and soil health.

In another article, the discussion turns to making sure that you trust the company you get your skincare items from to ensure that everything in it is actually what it says is in it. They also recommend that you look for items that have been tested by a third party rather than just themselves to ensure that you have a good product. The amount and type of CBD in the product will help to determine its efficacy. If it is pure oil it will work better than if you get a full- spectrum or a broad-spectrum oil. From what I can tell, there is a lot of information out there, but of course you have to find information you can trust on this subject to make sure you are getting correct information.

That said, there are also so many different companies that off CBD products. Because of this, I would definitely recommend looking for a brand that you trust because this is not controlled by the FDA or any other agency to ensure the potency or anything else of the product. There are so many choices out there so make sure you do your research on this to make sure you’re getting what it is that you are wanting. It sounds like there really isn’t a lot of research on this as of yet, but more is happening every day so we should know much more as time goes on. There are skin care companies out there though that work to ensure their products are what they say they are and do what they purport them to do so make sure you get what you pay for and not a cheap knockoff because the results of that could be disastrous.

Have a great day!

Renee


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