Beginners Guide to CBD Skincare

You’ve probably heard of CBD but do you know how to add it to your skincare routine? We take a look at the basics in this beginners guide to CBD Skincare.

You may have already heard, but CBD skincare is the hottest word in beauty right now. CBD stands for Cannabidiol, which is found in hemp and marijuana. It’s entirely separate from THC, the psychoactive part of marijuana that gets you high. Most of the CBD that is found in beauty products comes from hemp anyway so the likelihood of getting a buzz from your serum is unfortunately zero. In the US, there are more pure CBD products available. However in the UK, you will mostly find products that contain Cannabis Sativa Oil and Hemp Seed Oil. Both are by products of hemp and cannabis, not actual cannabidiols. That said, they still have incredible anti inflammatory properties making them ideal for red, stressed or acne prone skin.

Pure Boosters

If you have skin complaints like rosacea or acne, you might want to crank up the amount of CBD you use. These little bottles of golden goodness pack a powerful punch. Simply add 1-2 drops to your existing oil, serum or moisturiser. This will allow you to apply more or less, depending on how your skin looks on any given day. We tried Bybi’s CBD Booster in our usual face oil and saw a huge improvement in redness after 2 weeks.

Best CBD Skincare For Beginners

If adding a booster oil isn’t for you, there are plenty of products on the market. They are pre mixed with other active ingredients to form highly effective products. This makes them perfect for CBD Beginners.

Disclaimer: The content of this article is for general advice only and should not be used as a substitute for professional healthcare or beauty advice. We make every effort to ensure we only recommend safe products however you should always do a patch test when trying new products. This post may contain affiliate links.

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