You’ve spent considerable time, energy, and money researching the perfect skin regimen.
And you’ve probably found something that works well for you among all the serums, exfoliators, blemish removers, creams, and cleansers you’ve experimented with.
But what if you could take your existing skincare products and enhance their effectiveness further by infusing them with a single ingredient that has been shown to possess remarkable benefits for the skin?
According to the latest research, the hemp-based compound known as CBD may be precisely what you need to take your skincare to the next level.
Where Does CBD Come From?
Cannabidiol, known by its more common name CBD, is just one of over one hundred cannabinoid compounds in hemp.
Unlike its well-known counterpart, THC, cannabidiol does not produce the psychoactive results usually associated with marijuana use, so taking it will not result in the feeling of being “high.”
The over-the-counter CBD you find at nutrition shops and online stores doesn’t come from marijuana. Federal and state regulations require these CBD products to be sourced from industrial hemp, which has a much higher concentration of CBD than THC. CBD products must contain less than 0.3% THC to be sold over the counter. This amount of THC is so low that you couldn’t get high even if you took the entire bottle.
How Does It Work?
Researchers have conducted an array of studies to determine how CBD…