In another blog I talk about cannabidiols – their benefits, how they work in our bodies and how we process our organic cbds we use in our skincare products. In this blog, I talk about our antioxidant crème base as well as how the cannabidiols work in beauty products.
The antioxidant crème base in CFF’s product
All of our skincare products are organic, including our cbds. CFF uses a powerful antioxidant base that deeply replenishes and revives dry, dull skin. It contains antioxidants that ward off the ravages of time and daily living. Steeped in luscious organic avocado and jojoba oils, plus rosehips, carrot and organic neem oil, too, it deeply rejuvenates the skin. It’s soothing base of organic aloe is complimented by nourishing vitamins A, B5, C and E. Check out our Ingredients demystified webpage for information on each individual ingredient in our CBD Antioxidant Crème.
CBD oils in beauty products are becoming the rage
Full spectrum CBDs are effective
First of all, you must be sure you’re getting a full-spectrum cbd oil, that is extracted so that all of the cannabidiols are available. It’s important to know the source. Please go to this blog to read in detail about CFF’s organic, full-spectrum cbd oil and how it is grown and processed. Our cbd oil is tested in an independent lab and you can see those lab results, here.
Your body’s endocannabinoid system has receptors, and the full spectrum of cannabinoids work in concert more efficiently and effectively than one on its own – hence it’s good to look for the whole plant’s extract in the beauty product you want to use. Many of us take supplements and we know when you take one supplement, as you do with turmeric, you know you need black pepper to absorb the turmeric, for example. You need all – the full spectrum of the cannabinoids to connect with your body’s receptors. CFF’s cbd cream does this.
Many of us already know that the root cause of so many skin woes comes from inflammation. From acne to rosacea, cannabinoids anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties reduce puffiness, swelling and even soreness in the skin. It’s a fabulous all-in-one solution for such issues as it targets those problems simultaneously. This also results in a more youthful appearance, thanks to these anti-inflammatory fighting abilities. Of course, there are lots of anecdotal comments on how cbd cream relieves pain and this is always super quick, within minutes.
Interactive Endocannabionoid System webpage
Our bodies have countless receptors of cbds in every part of our body, even our brains. For an interactive experience with how the skin interacts with CBDs, please go to this webpage:
I love this webpage. It really shows how CBDs enter through the skin using the bodies Endocannabinoid System. There are a lot of chemicals within cannabis and our body has an entire system that regulates them. All of this comes into play when you apply the CFF cream.
Science shows how the body reacts favorably to CBDs
Science shows why our bodies react so favorably: “CBD binds to a special set of receptors in the skin known as TRPV-1 receptors, where it can help feelings of heat, itch, and pain,” says Joshua Zeichner, MD, a New York-based dermatologist. “This explains why it has a soothing effect on the skin. Just as other natural oils are used in skin care, the natural fatty acids and antioxidants in hempseed oil make it a good choice for people with dry skin and eczema.”
CFF’s CBD Antioxidant Crème is an antioxidant fighting, anti-inflammatory cream that can lessen the visible signs of aging by reducing inflammation and counteracting free-radical damage. It visibly diminishes issues like wrinkles, dull skin and ruddy skin tones. It has been found to soothe sensitive skin and studies indicate that it may even be able to help inhibit certain triggers of disorders like psoriasis and improve eczema-prone skin. My skin loves the avocado oil based CFF cbd cream. For me, I’ve found that it gives my skin that youthful, smooth, even-toned, clear glow and at age 73, I love it!
There are nearly 100 naturally occurring compounds – called cannabinoids, and CBD is the one that’s best known for its health and wellness benefits. There are a lot of chemicals within cannabis and our CBDs come from the cannabis sativa plant. It has less than 0.3% THC content – in accordance with the Section 7606 of the Agricultural Act of 2014, aka the Farm Bill – and it’s considered hemp. If it’s got more THC, it’s considered cannabis, not hemp, which makes it illegal in states that don’t allow medical or recreational marijuana. CFF is 100% legal in all states and worldwide.
Science abstracts on Skin Conditions
- Cannabinoids inhibit human keratinocyte proliferation through a non-CB1/CB2 mechanism and have a potential therapeutic value in the treatment of psoriasis
- CBD exerts sebostatic and antiinflammatory effects on human sebocytes
- The endocannabinoid system of the skin in health and disease
- Epigenetic control of skin differentiation genes by phytocannabinoids
- A novel control of human keratin expression: cannabinoid receptor 1-mediated signaling down-regulates the expression of keratins K6 and K16 in human keratinocytes in vitro and in situ
- Endocannabinoids modulate human epidermal keratinocyte proliferation and survival via the sequential engagement of cannabinoid receptor-1 and transient receptor potential vanilloid-1
- Cannabinoid 1 receptors in keratinocytes modulate proinflammatory chemokine secretion and attenuate contact allergic inflammation
- Attenuation of allergic contact dermatitis through the endocannabinoid system
- Topical cannabinoid agonists. An effective new possibility for treating chronic pruritus
- The role of cannabinoids in dermatology
- Cannabidiol upregulates melanogenesis through CB1 dependent pathway by activating p38 MAPK and p42/44 MAPK