Does industrial hemp really have any effect on the skin?

May 9, 2024

Useful and very effective

Cannabis ingredients and hemp are two completely different concepts. There is no need to talk about hemp color change. It is even more fragrant when used in skin care products!

In the "Catalogue of Names of Used Cosmetic Raw Materials" issued by the State Food and Drug Administration in 2015, "hemp leaf extract" was included.

Industrial hemp drug marijuana!!!

The use of industrial hemp in skin care is often added to skin care products in the form of CBD and hemp seed oil.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a type of cannabis leaf extract and is a non-addictive component of cannabis.

Not only does CBD not produce the psychoactive effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it can also reduce the negative effects of THC.

The main functions of CBD in skin care include:

1. Treat acne and pimples 

3. Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, reduce oil secretion 

4. Fight allergies and erythema 

5. Antioxidant & fight against free radicals, delay aging 

6. Repair skin barrier and protect sensitive skin 

It even has some auxiliary whitening effects ~

It is a complete savior for boys and girls with oily acne-prone skin, sensitive skin, and bad faces ~

Hemp seed oil is also rich in nutrients. Studies have shown that hemp seed oil has significant effects in lowering cholesterol, antioxidants, scavenging free radicals in the body, and helping to heal skin damage. It is a functional oil with high utilization value.

The main functions of hemp seed oil in skin care include:

1. Soothing, calming, sterilizing and anti-inflammatory 

2. Moisturize and lock in water, moisturize dry skin 

3. Balance repair and promote skin water and oil balance 

4. Antioxidant, delay aging 

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