Sensitive CBD

Hemp Cosmetics

You will find in our shop a wide range of high quality CBD cosmetic products, derived from hemp and developed to ensure easy and fast absorption of cannabinoids through the skin. Our CBD cosmetics are suitable for all skin types and have a wide range of beneficial properties such as deep moisturizing and regenerating, healing wounds, relieving irritation, soothing sensitive areas, defusing inflammation and relaxing areas suffering from contractures.

Benefits of CBD for the skin

Hemp seed oil is an antioxidant, rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids (omega 3, omega 6 and omega 9), which improve skin quality, interacts with sebum and the natural moisturizing factor, strengthening the skin's barrier function. 

Its antioxidant potential makes hemp cosmetics an important ally in the fight against free radicals, which are responsible for the consequences of aging such as deterioration of the body and skin. Phenolic acid and its vitamins A, B, C, D and especially vitamin E, increase blood flow and restructure the epidermis. CBD has anxiolytic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and soothing properties, being very appropriate to treat sensitive skin, scars, herpes, acne, psoriasisand eczema, among others.

According to some studies, CBD also acts as an adaptogen, which means that it is able to increase the ability to adapt to environmental factors and avoid the damage they may cause.

How does CBD work on the skin?

In our body there are also cannabinoids (endocannabinoids) and in the skin, as in other parts of the body, there are receptors for them (CB1 and CB2). These receptors are part of a system that is responsible for maintaining the homeostasis of the skin. In this way, they not only balance how they activate the skin's barrier function and act in different skin conditions and/or pathologies, such as skin dryness or acne, due to their action on sebum cells.

The CB1 and CB2 receptors are found at different levels in the skin: keratinocytes in the epidermis, sebaceous gland sebocytes, pilosebaceous follicle or in sensory cells in the dermis.

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