We live in an era of marijuana. Thanks to cannabidiol, cannabis is gaining popularity, not as an intoxicating drug, but as a natural cosmetic ingredient to maintain beauty and health.
The weakening of marijuana laws and the enthusiasm for new science direction, where cannabis is not an enemy, but an object of research, awakens a desire to look at this plant from a new angle.
— What we don’t know about cannabis yet?
— What role does it play in the beauty industry?
— What are the ways and means of its application?
— And what benefits does it have for cosmetic use?
Read the answers to the questions in this article.
The most common marijuana skincare products are balms, lotions, and creams that contain cannabidiol (CBD). This component has no psychoactive effect and is derived from industrial hemp.
If you take cannabidiol as a dietary supplement, it will enter the bloodstream, affecting the body’s receptors. If you smear it on the skin, then it will only affect an applied area.
Hemp oil-based products help restore dehydrated skin, regulate the secretion of the sebaceous glands, reduce inflammation.
Cannabis contains useful minerals: magnesium, calcium, sulfur, iron, zinc, phosphorus. Proteins, carotene, and antioxidants are also observed in hemp oil.
As for vitamins, they are groups A, B-s, C, D, and E.
Hemp oil is also a valuable source of nutritious protein and provides all twenty amino acids, and the percentage of fatty acids is an order of magnitude higher than that of other vegetable oils. It is enriched with mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids (Omega-3, -6, -9), macro and microelements, fiber.
Because of its composition, the cannabis-based funds act softly, while effectively performing their functions. Do not cause dryness, allergic reactions.
Cannabidiol is great for healing damaged skin, normalizing dry skin, and helping with inflammation.
Also, used in the treatment of psoriasis and eczema.
In addition, it has a broad spectrum of UV protection for the skin.
Effects that are achieved after regular use of cosmetics with cannabis extract:
Companies present several lines of cannabis-based products that allow consumers to choose a product for a particular need.
The range of cosmetics with cannabis is expanding, there are individual brands that produce only it.
This production growth is facilitated by the gradual legalization of marijuana in the world and the destruction of stereotypes around the 420 culture. Cannabis cosmetics are not a ubiquitous product, especially in the CIS countries. But in Europe, which tends to be quite loyal to marijuana, Canada and some US states offer a wide variety of cannabis beauty products.
Natural cosmetics are more than a trend, fashion trends, or a modern challenge. Despite the regular appearance of new products, products with an organic composition always remain out of the competition. After all, only natural ingredients can comprehensively care for the skin and hair, replenishing the balance of those micro and macro elements, vitamins that they need.
Due to their unique properties, cannabis products can be used both in the work of professional cosmetologists and as complete home care.
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