August 12, 2021
4 CBD Beauty Products You Definitely Want to Try
If anyone or anything has had the glow up of the decade, it’s definitely Mary Jane (aka cannabis aka weed aka pot aka whatever nickname you have for it). It’s went from being seen as a drug to a beauty and wellness ingredient. CBD brands are popping up left and right and more established brands are infusing it in their products.
Are brands just using CBD as marketing hype or does it really have benefits for the skin?
I personally believe that while brands are hyping CBD up and using it as a marketing tool, it absolutely does work and we could all benefit from it one way or another. CBD oil has anti-inflammatory properties, so if you have acne, sensitive or inflamed skin from rosacea or just any type of redness, it will work to reduce it. It also has antioxidant properties to lessen any signs of aging (wrinkles, dullness, etc).
Absolutely not, which is why it’s becoming so big in multiple markets. You receive all the benefits of CBD without any of the mind-altering affects. When looking for CBD products, you may see it defined as 3 different types:
– Full Spectrum CBD means THC is present in the product, so avoid products with this description if you do not want THC in your system.
– Broad Spectrum CBD means that there may be tiny trace amounts of THC in the product although it does go through a refinement process to remove it.
– Isolate CBD labeled products mean there is no THC present and it is safe for those who may be subjected to drug testing for their jobs.
I also think you guys should know that CBD oil and hemp seed oil are two completely different things. I see brands using these two interchangeably and I’m not sure if it’s because they don’t know the difference or if they’re expecting us not to know, but they are not the same. Hemp seed oil still has great effects on the skin but it only contains a tiny tiny amount of cannabidiol while CBD oil has a rich concentration of it.
Now for the products you came for…
Saint Jane Microdose Lipgloss $28
I think the name of this gloss is cool because the amount of CBD in it is literally giving you a microdose every time you put it on. For those that don’t know, a micro-dosage is a super small amount of taken multiple times throughout the day as opposed to a full serving at one time. Instead of causing a significantly noticeable affect, it just levels you out.
This lipgloss has a total amount of 50mg of CBD oil in it along with jojoba oil, sunflower seed oil, chamomile, and aloe. This non toxic, cruelty free lipgloss comes in 5 classic every day shades.
Saint Jane Luxury Beauty Serum $38/$125
Boasting a total of 500mgs of full spectrum CBD oil, this botanical rich serum will transform your skin from dull to super glowy and even. It has active ingredients like Sea Buckthorn, Calendula, CBD and Rosehip that work together to boost radiance while Pomegranate and Helichrysum deliver rich antioxidants.
There is a mini size offered for $38 if you wanna try it out before shelling out $125 dollars.
Herbivore Emerald CBD + Adaptogens Deep Moisture Glow Oil $58
A lightweight facial glow oil made with 100mgs of full spectrum CBD formulated to reduce irritation, redness and hydrate the skin. Included in this serum is CBD, hemp seed oil, ashwagandha, squalane, sunflower seed oil, vitamin e oil, and more.
Farmacy Better Daze Ahead CBD Moisturizer $68
Formulated with 50mgs of full spectrum, non-psychoactive CBD oil, adaptogens, and hemp seed oil, this super rich facial moisturizer is a savior to dry, distressed skin.
It’s known to calm redness and rosacea but also works to get rid of blemishes while hydrating the skin.
I don’t have sensitive or inflamed skin so I honestly don’t think I’ll see a huge difference in appearance although I may like how my skin feels after using these products. I’m definitely leaning more towards trying the lipgloss out so I’ll do a separate review on it if I do.
If you guys have tried any of these products out, drop a comment down below to let us know how you feel!
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