CBD BEAUTY

Should You Try Marijuana in Your Beauty Products?

Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive component of the marijuana plant, has generated significant interest among skincare enthusiasts

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Anti cancer enzymes

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therapeutic properties

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Pain relief cases per day

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CBD BEAUTY AS SEEN ON THE DOCTORS…

Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer joins The Doctors to discuss the CBD trend making its way to the beauty aisle. CBD is the non-psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that has been getting buzz for its calming properties as well as its medicinal uses. Is it good for the skin as well?

Dr. Emer explains there are studies that show CBD has anti-inflammatory properties which can be good for acne, eczema, and even medical skin conditions like psoriasis. The Doctors had two products they wanted to try out and the question is, do they improve collagen and tighten the skin for a bright youthful look?

Dr. Emer says there are fatty acids in CBD oil which help hydrate the skin and make it look plumper, so it potentially could give the results desired! The Doctors want to find out so they had two women test out products by L’Fleur by House of Gro. Hailee tried out an eye detox that claims to depuff eyes with CBD, chaga mushrooms and essential oils.

Hailee loved it! She says it goes on very smoothly and you can dab the oily substance on before your makeup. “I noticed within an hour.” She says, typically, her eyes are puffy until around noon when she wakes after little sleep but after using this product the puffiness was gone much earlier! Dr. Emer explains a lot of these products have vasoconstrictive properties helping with the blood circulation in that area, and along with the anti-inflammatory properties of the CBD, it removes the puffy eye look.

Shereen tried the next L’Fleur product called “Skin Fix,” which promises to give a dewy glowing look with a highlighter. She put the product all over her skin and really enjoyed how soft it made it feel!

Dr. Emer is on board for the myriad of uses for CBD. “If you can improve the look of the skin and help internally the joints or other issues people have, why not?” he says. WE AGREE

MORE SCIENCE

How does CBD, an exogenous plant compound, get inside a human cell to bind to a nuclear receptor?

The discovery of receptors in the brain that respond pharmacologically to cannabis—and the subsequent identification of endogenous cannabinoid compounds in our own bodies that bind to these receptors, has significantly advanced our understanding of human biology, health, and disease.

“Extensive preclinical research—much of it sponsored by the U.S. government—indicates that CBD has potent anti-tumoral, antioxidant, anti-spasmodic, anti-psychotic, anti-convulsive, and neuroprotective properties. CBD directly activates serotonin receptors, causing an anti-anxiety effect, as well”.

CBD RESPONDING RECEPTORS IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

Serotonin receptors

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5-HT1A Serotonin

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TRPV1 receptors

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CBD possesses a hopeful capacity to reverse the signs of aging, simply through the application of this all-natural plant extract that comes directly from Mother Nature herself. This may seem too good to be true, but plant power has been utilized for centuries as a treatment for numerous aspects, including reducing wrinkles and fine lines.