CBD is so versatile that it is infused literally into every personal care product and needless to say, it has quite a name in the skincare industry. From serums and sunscreens to cleansers, creams, and chapsticks, there is a wide selection of CBD skincare products available in the market.
A recent market watch report was released recently and as per the report, the value of the global CBD cosmetic market is estimated to be about $580 million. It is expected that the market will reach $1.7 billion by 2025.
How Is CBD Good For Your Skin?
CBD is known for its antioxidant properties that help check free radical damage, the process reported as the major cause of premature aging. The anti-inflammatory benefits of CBD contribute to handling skin concerns like inflammation and dryness. Acne is a very common skin condition and it mostly affects adolescents. The primary cause of acne is inflammation, indicating that the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD could come of help in handling acne. CBD has the capacity to reduce the production of sebum, which causes acne if present in excess amounts.
CBD topicals are the most popular CBD product type used in skincare. Topicals are applied externally and hence do not become sources of worries of intoxication like in the case of ingestible CBD products. The worries of intoxication are baseless even with ingestible CBD products if the THC content is maintained at minimal levels.
Choosing The Right Skin Care Product
Every cannabidiol product will belong to any one of the spectrum options, full-spectrum, broad-spectrum and CBD isolate. Full-spectrum products contain all essential hemp compounds including a small percentage of THC(less than 0.3%) while broad-spectrum products have all compounds as that in full-spectrum products except THC. CBD isolate is the purest CBD product, as it has CBD as its sole component.
CBD isolate is the best for facial skin due to its high purity level and texture that does not lead to clogged pores. It also comes packed with skin rejuvenating antioxidants.
Hemp oil and CBD oil are entirely different things. Hemp oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant while CBD oil is extracted from the CBD-rich leaves and flowers of hemp. Do not end up buying hemp oil thinking that it is CBD oil.
Awareness of the possibility of involvement of fraudster CBD manufacturers in the industry helps you exercise the utmost caution while purchasing cannabidiol products.