CBD acts as an anti-inflammatory, aiding your endocannabinoid system stay in check when used internally. But, in an article featured on Byrdie.com, several dermatologists chimed in on how various CBD products can help certain skin conditions when used topically.
Reduce Breakouts: CBD can reduce inflammation of breakouts and, thanks to its oil production regulation, reduce breakouts in general.
Calm Rosacea: With its ability to reduce inflammation, CBD can help calm rosacea flare-ups.
Neutralize Free Radical Damage: CBD works to prevent the weakening of the skin by neutralizing free radical damage.
Soothe Eczema: CBD helps combat irritation and inflammation caused by eczema, along with chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis and dermatitis, according to Shamban.
Decrease Hormonal Conditions: Since CBD is a powerful adaptogen, it works to decrease the effects of hormones and other compounds that are released into the body in times of stress (ie. kinase, nitric oxide, and cortisol).
Hydration: CBD has moisturizing properties that can help combat dehydration and dryness.
The excerpt above was featured on byrdie.com/cbd-skincare published on September 11, 2020.
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