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Can I Use CBD Oil for Skin?

Just ten years ago, almost no one outside of specific fields had heard about the compound known as Cannabidiol, or CBD for short. Lack of knowledge, combined with hesitancy in the area of cannabis plants, has led to general misunderstandings regarding CBD oil, its uses, and its effects. In the past four years, however, research on this interesting substance has been gaining more and more attention, both from those in the medical field and from individuals looking to add to their quality of life. CBD is now being used in many circles to help treat certain ailments.


Many people mistakenly believe that CBD contains THC, which is the component in marijuana that causes psychoactive responses. However, most CBD oils contain .3% or less THC (many do not contain any), which is not enough to produce a “high.”


With many people trying to turn to natural remedies instead of traditional pharmaceuticals to treat various medical conditions, CBD has become interesting to many. In fact, Cannabidiol may be linked to relief of pain and seizures, and may help ease anxiety. Often, it is taken internally by way of CBD capsules, but you may be wondering whether CBD oil can be beneficial to the skin when used topically. In fact, there may be quite a few benefits to the skin when used both topically and internally. Here are a few popular uses.


Inflammation


Cannabinoids contain properties that may be helpful against inflammation and even irritants to the skin. These benefits can be gained from taking the product internally with the use of CBD oil capsules, and you can perhaps gain the same benefit from topical use. The oil has been used both topically and internally to help with rashes and unusual redness or inflamed skin.


Youth and Elasticity


Because it comes from a plant high in nutrients, CBD products contain vitamins and nutrients that are vital to the health and youthfulness of the skin. It contains Vitamins E, C, A, and D, which can not only help protect against long-term sun damage, but can add to the elasticity and glow of the skin. In addition to protecting, CBD oil may also be helpful in restoring previous damage. These can be obtained from capsule CBD, or by applying a topical product.

Acne, Blackheads, and Whiteheads


Everyone who has been a teenager knows the pain of battling acne, and many people fight the condition into adulthood as well. Some skin may be prone to deficiencies in essential fatty acids that may be connected to an increase in acne. CBD oil may help to restore these fatty acids to the skin, helping to eliminate acne and other breakouts as well as strengthening the overall skin. This type of treatment can be much preferred by someone who is prone to dry skin. Common medications such as benzoyl peroxide can dry out the skin and lead to more acne as the skin tries to compensate for loss of moisture. CBD products, on the other hand, may help to cure acne while maintaining the skin’s natural oils and moisture.

Chronically Dry Skin


Many people are born with chronically dry skin and have suffered all of their lives from itchiness, redness, and bumps on their skin. Others live in climates that can get very dry during the cold winter months. CBD may be very soothing to itching skin. Because of the omega-6 fatty acids in these products, even those who suffer from conditions such as Psoriasis and severe eczema may find relief with the regular use of Cannabidiol. These benefits can be further improved with the use of topical ointments which often contain other soothing and moisturizing elements such as shea butter, coconut oil, aloe vera, and Vitamin E.


Bruising


For those suffering through cancer, recent injuries, and surgeries, bruising can be an unexpected and unpleasant side effect. Because of its anti inflammatory and antibacterial properties, it is possible that CBD topical treatments may help to minimize bruising and pain on your skin after a traumatic experience. In fact, cannabis plants have been recorded for centuries as being used for bruising.

Insect Bites and Wounds

Although it is usually not recommended to place topical CBD products on an open wound, taking the product internally can help injuries to heal much faster by helping to fight against infection. Also, mild insect bites may be treated with CBD oil by calming down the itchy side effects of the bite.

The possibilities for CBD products are seemingly endless. Many people are getting excited about the use of Cannabidiol as an alternative to more harsh treatments for common diseases and problems, making it one of the most intriguing products on the market today.

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