You may not think of CBD for skin care, but there’s a reason the cannabinoid is taking the beauty industry by storm. The compound provides a powerful arsenal of benefits to help you reach your best complexion. Our CBD soap is the perfect first step in your cannabidiol beauty routine. The charcoal face wash is packed with the full spectrum of cannabinoids and various plant-based ingredients, all working on perfecting your skin.
In one little bar of soap, you get a wide variety of benefits. CBD can help fight acne, clean skin, reduce inflammation, and regulate oil production. Charcoal is a powerful cleaning agent that purifies and exfoliates the skin. Several natural ingredients help with inflammation, reducing the signs of aging, and protecting and healing your skin from damage. We’ve selected oils known for their gentle, hydrating touch.
Why Choose the Full Spectrum Face Wash Bar:
To get that perfect skin glow, you need the right beauty routine. The proper beauty routine starts with a clean face, which means using the right product. Our industry-leading formulators hand-selected each ingredient in this face wash bar. So, you know there isn’t any unneeded adulteration of the face wash.
There are several benefits of CBD for skin, from helping to fight acne to helping to regulate skin hydration. Cannabidiol is a powerful beauty tool. To back up our favorite cannabinoid, the face wash has several plant ingredients known to improve complexion and help purify the skin.
This soap provides a deep cleanse, helping to purify toxins from the skin, reduce inflammation, and fight aging signs. It has healing properties to revitalize your complexion while protecting your skin against further damage. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a face wash that can do more for your beautiful face!
How to Use the Charcoal Face Wash:
The charcoal cleansing bar is easy to use! All you need is some warm water, your hands, the bar, and a towel. When your water source has reached the desired temperature, thoroughly wet your face. Lather the soap bar in water until it’s hit the appropriate suds level. Gently apply the wash to your face, spending extra time on problem areas.
When you’re done washing the desired skin area, it’s time to rinse. It’s always a good idea to rinse with colder water to help your pores tighten. Generously apply water to your face until all residue from the soap is gone. Make sure there isn’t anything leftover or hiding from you. Once you’ve thoroughly removed the face wash, you can pat dry and return to your usual beauty routine.
How Does the CBD Soap Work?
Using CBD for skin care means activating your natural endocannabinoid system (ECS). Your ECS processes cannabinoids through receptors found throughout your central and peripheral nervous systems. They provide a plethora of benefits throughout the body.
When it comes to skin care, CBD packs a powerful punch. It helps to regulate sebum production. This oil-like substance is imperative for skin hydration. Too much sebum, though, and your pores will clog, with breakouts to follow. Proper regulation of sebum production allows your skin to stay hydrated without contaminating your complexion.
In case there’s already undesirable adulterants polluting your skin, CBD is here to help. It has antibacterial properties that can help fight off acne-causing bacteria. Sometimes though, that bacteria gets trapped in your pores by inflammation. Fortunately, cannabidiol can help reduce that swelling. It thus creates a pathway to kill the trapped bacteria and cleanse your skin.
When you look at your skin glow in the mirror, you’ll know you chose the right product!
The Benefits of Other Ingredients:
Our industry-leading formulators hand-selected each ingredient for the benefits they provide. They work so well, you’ll have strangers complimenting you on your skin glow. Feel absolutely radiant and refreshed with a quick wash at morning and night.
Powerful Cleansing Agents –
This powerful cleansing bar has a plethora of benefits, but none as important as its ability to help clean your skin! The activated charcoal deeply penetrates pores to cleanse your skin on all levels. It helps to absorb toxins from the air, pulling impurities from your face.
To enhance these cleansing powers we’ve included tea tree oil, a popular cleaning agent. The oil is well known for its antimicrobial properties. It’s such a strong cleanser it will leave your face feeling squeaky clean.
Helping further purify your skin, the tamanu oil has antibacterial properties. When bacteria gets trapped beneath the surface of your skin, breakouts form. Fortunately, tamanu oil is here to fight off that bacteria and protect your skin from unwanted pimples.
Help Protecting Your Skin –
Once your face is spick and span, you want to protect it from further damage. We’ve included several ingredients to do just that. The activated charcoal helps to absorb pollutants in the air and keep them off your face. This helps to protect your skin from being polluted with impurities.
Bad air isn’t the only thing attacking our skin, though. Free radicals and oxidative damage can wreak havoc on our complexion. Sunflower seed oil provides a layer of protection against this damage. There’s also evidence that the oil can help protect the skin from aging caused by the sun.
While the sun is imperative to our lives, it’s incredibly harsh on our faces. We’ve added RSPO-certified sustainable palm oil to the face wash to help protect against UVB photodamage. Overall research points to the oil being photoprotective for skin. Providing further protection, coconut oil can help enhance the skin’s protective barrier. This makes it the perfect ingredient to keep your skin in beautiful, supple shape.
Aiding in Skin Healing –
Protecting your skin from damage is crucial, but there’s likely damage that already needs healing. We’ve selected plant ingredients that can help with just that. Coconut oil, for instance, can help reduce skin inflammation. These anti inflammatory properties are so potent they may aid in conditions like dermatitis and eczema.
Another component with anti inflammatory benefits is the sunflower seed oil. It can help soothe irritated skin, making room for the skin’s ability to self heal. Enhancing that self-healing capacity further is the aloe vera gel. Evidence shows the gel can help repair damage from burns. Similarly, tamanu oil research shows that it can help heal burns.
For other types of skin ailments, the allantoin in comfrey can help increase skin healing. It also has anti inflammatory properties, helping to soothe your skin further.
A Fresher, Brighter Complexion –
To create a fresher, brighter complexion, you need to slough away dead skin cells and deeply moisturize your face. Charcoal is the perfect exfoliator, wiping away dull, dead skin. It will create the path towards the glowing complexion you are after.
To soften your fresh face, you need the right moisturizers. Aloe vera gel can help improve skin elasticity. Your skin’s ability to bounce back to its original shape helps to stop the forming of wrinkles. It can also help reduce wrinkles already present. If you have hardened skin cells, aloe can soften those too.
Providing further hydration to your face, coconut oil is packed with lipids known for moisturizing. Research shows coconut oil provides better skin moisture than mineral oils and other popular moisturizing elements.
While palm oil was found to reduce the depths of wrinkles! These ingredients all work together to get you that skin glow you’ve always wanted.
Before you try the CBD soap for yourself, take a look at the research behind the benefits. Get to know the science on how this incredible face wash works! You’ll be wondering why you didn’t consider CBD for skin care sooner!
CBD Soap for Skin Care –
Exciting research shows CBD provides a three-pronged attack on acne. First, it helps to regulate sebum production. That’s an oil-like substance that hydrates the skin but can also clog pores. Maintaining the proper balance ensures that your skin stays supple without an out lash of breakouts.
According to the study, the antibacterial properties of CBD for skin pathogens can help fight off acne-causing bacteria. Unfortunately, sometimes that bacteria gets trapped by inflammation. Fortunately, though, CBD fights inflammation. This allows for the antibacterial properties to reach the microbial components clogging pores. It also can help reduce the red swelling of pimples.
Skin Protection –
Research shows that charcoal absorbs pollutants from the air. Your face is exposed to these types of toxins more than any other area on your body. By absorbing the pollutants, charcoal can help protect your skin from impurities.
While sunflower seed oil is packed with vitamin E, which is known for its skin protecting capacities. A study showed the vitamin could protect skin from oxidative damage. The same study provided evidence for vitamin E protecting against photoaging.
Providing additional protection to your skin, a study on palm oil found the substance can protect the skin for sun damage. Meanwhile, this study found that coconut oil actually enhances the skin barrier, providing a better layer of protection to your most exposed organ.
Skin Healing –
Coconut oil can help reduce inflammation, according to this study. These anti inflammatory properties are potent enough that the oil may help with dermatitis and eczema as well. For further inflammation healing, sunflower seed oil does the trick. Research shows the vitamin E in the oil is packed with anti inflammatory properties.
Going beyond swelling, aloe vera gel research shows that it can help burns heal. Unfortunately, these results are varied, and further research is needed to control for multiple variables such as formulation.
A study on tamanu oil found the oil to improve the rate of healing of the skin. It’s also good for burns and can reduce swelling. Another all-purpose healing agent is comfrey leaf, according to this study. It can help increase skin healing while rejuvenating your complexion and reestablishing normal skin parameters.
Skin Cleansing –
Charcoal is beloved for its cleansing powers. Research shows it’s a deep cleanser that penetrates pores. It removes impurities and absorbs toxins, making it a powerful cleanser.
Tea tree oil is a popular cleaning agent, and the research backs up the cleansing powers. This study found anti inflammatory and antimicrobial properties in the oil. These can help kill unwanted microorganisms clogging up pores and dirtying your face.
To provide additional antibacterial properties, there’s tamanu oil. This study confirmed these properties, though it noted they only work on specific bacteria strains.
Skin Rejuvenating –
To have a bright, fresh complexion, you have to remove the old dead skin cells. Charcoal works as an exfoliating agent, according to this study. Not only does this help reveal a fresh layer of skin, but it also creates an easier pathway for hydrating agents to make your skin supple and smooth.
Aloe vera gel improved skin elasticity in this study. The ability for your skin to bounce back impacts how supple or wrinkled it looks. Better bounce back means less wrinkles. The gel performed very well as a skin hydration agent in the study. It even helped to soften hardened skin cells.
Coconut oil is a great hydration agent for your skin. In this study, the oil increased surface lipid levels on the skin. Increased lipid levels allow for increased hydration. Overall, coconut oil hydrated skin in the study. The researchers concluded coconut oil works better than popular mineral oils for moisturizing.
Palm oil provides additional moisture to your skin, according to this study. The research shows the oil is extremely gentle. It won’t cause irritation, rashes, inflammation, itchiness, or redness. In a separate study, the oil reduced the depth of wrinkles by three percent. Further rejuvenating the skin, in this study, palm oil reduced UVB photodamage. Wouldn’t it be great to erase the damage the sun’s done to your skin?
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