CBD in the use of skin care products has been well hyped since at least back in 2014. This even takes me back to 2010, when the Hemp Network was starting to get off of the ground, but ended up not going very far.
Back in '14, I was one of the founding members of a well known multi-level marketing company from MJNA called Kannaway.
One of their first products lines was the Cannabis Beauty Defined brand.
Unfortunately, that product line did not perform as well as it should have, and they eliminated that line last year. The anti-aging skin care line was epic.
Being a typical dude, I was able to incorporate it into my daily cleansing regimen for about a month. The results were great. Being that fastidious about my looks was not my cup of tea, so I stopped using it.
However, since then the anti-aging properties of cannabis has been heralded as virtually miraculous.
And like this article mentions, there is a lot of room to be had in terms of scientific studying regarding CBD and it's anti-aging potentials when it comes to our skin.
The use of CBD skincare products is recently on the rise, but do these products really possess the skin benefits companies claim they do? Cannabidiol (CBD), one of two active ingredients in cannabis, has recently come to the forefront of the beauty industry, with companies rushing to put the substance into products such as moisturizers and face masks, among others. However, these companies are hurrying to implement CBD into skincare without fully knowing its effect on the skin. In 2018 Farm Bill, the United States Federal government legalized the regulated production of hemp, a cannabis sativa plant containing CBD and less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). 1 This change in policy caused a sudden increase in products containing CBD, with companies claiming its many health benefits without the clinical data to support those very claims. MORE: Are CBD skincare products effective? However, some recently conducted studies have found that [...]