Look around you. Have you also noticed the amount of cannabis beauty products that drugstores and perfumeries are almost overflowing with now? You may be wondering why.
Cannabidiol is known for its positive effects on the human body which is also beginning to show more and more in the beauty world. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties are very beneficial in the treatment of skin problems such as inflammation, dry skin or free radical damage. CBD is also generally effective in combating acne, as it helps reduce sebum production. Studies also show that it is also a very useful substance in the treatment of eczema and psoriasis. However, this does not end its benefits. It is praised in the cosmetics industry for its ultra-hydrating, anti-ageing, nourishing and emollient effect.
While research in this area is still in its infancy, one fact is quite clear. Application of CBD on the skin is completely safe for all skin types. Even a small amount of cannabidiol has beneficial effects on your skin. For example, a few drops in the bath will leave your skin detoxified, radiant and without pimples.
However, proper dosing is something between “strict science and the art of alchemy”. In general, however, less is more. To achieve the desired beauty effect, microdosing is recommended. In reality, this means that a few drops of CBD oil under the tongue will suffice. Yes, you hear correctly. The internal use of cannabidiol also affects your appearance. Because beauty really comes primarily from the inside. If CBD enters your system, it will gradually nourish it abundantly.
Other tips on how to use CBD oil in your beauty routine:
- Mix a few drops into your favourite face cream.
- It also works great as an infusion into sea salt, which absorbs CBD oil delightfully.
- You can also add oil to the food. However, do not heat-treat the food afterwards.
- Steaming was already popular with our grandmothers. Add a little CBD to the hot water and then just enjoy the beautiful skin.
- Feel free to use it directly on various agnails, pimples and scars.
All information in this article is for informational purposes only. Products under the Spoiled 2.0 model are non-medicinal food supplements, so they are not suitable for use as substitutes for pharmaceutical products.