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CBD Topicals for Anti-Aging: What Studies Show



CBD is todayís biggest fad in health and wellness. Itís a substance derived from the hemp plant packed full of nutrients and health benefits without the mind-altering effects of THC. In other words, you canít get high using CBD, but you will feel better.

Many people are starting to use CBD for anti-aging benefits. Itís become somewhat of a buzzword in the industry and beauty companies are starting to incorporate the ingredient in their new product lines. There are CBD-based eye serums, foundations, moisturizers, lotions, bath salts, and so much more that claim to make a person look younger.

The research on CBDís mental and physical health benefits is somewhat murky thanks to government restrictions on clinical studies. CBD is still considered a schedule 1 drug, even though itís clear that it doesnít make you high. As such, there are few organizations that are allowed to perform clinical research on the effectiveness of CBD on the human body.

Thankfully, topical applications of CBD are considered safer, so we do have more research in this field of study. This article has compiled a few findings from various studies around the internet, and there are actually many findings that indicate CBD might be a highly effective treatment for anti-aging from the inside out.

CBD Has Antioxidant Properties
Hereís a finding from the National Institute of Health (NIH). This organization has filed a 507 patent on CBD that showed scientific proof of antioxidant properties in CBD oil. If you know anything about skincare and aging, you know that antioxidants are the ingredients to look for in anti-aging products.

The antioxidants in CBD will glide over your skin in search of free radicals and other things that seem out of place and eradicate them. Free radicals are known for causing serious skin damage by attacking the cells and creating oxidative stress.

According to board-certified dermatologist, Lian Mack, MD, ďan antioxidant serum is a must for your skin-care routine. Antioxidants protect the skin by reducing and counteracting free radical production. Antioxidants protect your skin from this and help reduce pigmentation and fine lines and wrinkles.Ē

Youíll want to await conclusive evidence in studies before making such a claim, but itís possible that CBD is one of the best antioxidant ingredients for skin care serums on the market. You can purchase a high quality CBD topical cream specifically formulated for your skin to see the benefits of its antioxidant properties.

CBD Improves Sleep
If youíre familiar with physical health problems that can affect your skin health, you know that lack of sleep negatively impacts your skin health. It increases the stress hormone cortisol and leads to baggy and puffy eyes, more wrinkles, and sagging skin. The result? You can look 20 years older. Beauty sleep is a real and very important thing!

Sometimes, your lack of sleep can be cured by changing a few bad habits that keep you up late at night. However, others are struggling to fall asleep whether they have a sleep disorder or outside elements that make it difficult to fall asleep. In this case, treatment for that sleep problem is essential for both fixing your sleep problem and diminishing signs of aging.

CBD is a well-known sleep agent that can help you fall asleep, rest peacefully, and wake the next morning without feeling groggy. For many people, the limited side effects of CBD are preferable above those of sleeping pills.

According to studies, CBD works best for sleep problems associated with other mental health disorders, such as anxiety or depression that can throw off sleep cycles. A 2019 study from the NIH studies 72 subjects that had anxiety or sleep problems and two thirds of those given CBD reported getting better sleep while nearly 80 percent reported lower anxiety levels.

CBD therein offers a dual benefit to combat your aging signs. Not only does it increase anxiety-induced lines on your forehead, but it also gives you the sleep you need to have healthy, glowing skin.

CBD-Based Creams Treat Skin Disorders
There are many contributors to aging signs, including skin disorders that can leave scarring, long-lasting dryness, and other problems that contribute to damaged skin. Skin cells that have been damaged in any way age faster than those that have been left untouched.

Some of the most common skin disorders include eczema, psoriasis, and acne. Thereís research to indicate CBD can be an effective treatment for all of these skin conditions.

It all starts with your bodyís endocannabinoid system, a structure that is responsible for hormone regulation. As a result, itís also associated with your skinís oil production. An imbalance of hormones can create overly oily skin that has an over production of sebum causing acne, or it can significantly decrease oil production, causing dry skin and associated conditions like eczema.

A study published in PubMed.gov journal showed that CBD-enriched ointments contain anti-inflammatory properties that can treat serious skin diseases. It can not only provide extra moisture deep into the top layers of skin, but also help to regulate hormonal oil production and prevent further breakouts. The study also indicated that CBD can have a therapeutic effect on aggravated skin, helping to eliminate scarring.

Further research shows that CBDís anti-inflammatory effects can treat acne. CBD also appears to have anti-fungal and antibacterial effects. This can help to reduce infections and aggravated flareups of any skin condition.

CBD for the Win
Research on CBD is in its infancy, but all signs point to CBD as an effective anti-aging treatment. It can treat harsh conditions of the skin while combatting problems internally to create a holistic sense of health and wellness, contributing to a younger, more fit sense of self.










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