Have Skin Ailments? Give Topical Cannabidiol a Try

The sale of beauty products is a global multi-billion dollar industry, where many drug stores stock their shelves with chemical additive and synthetic solutions. Hemp-derived CBD oils, however, are an all-natural alternative to using these questionable products that could very well worsen conditions they are meant to treat. Benefits that hemp oil provides when applied topically are many, including enhancing the overall health of your skin and hair. 

The benefits of topical CBD are plentiful because it contains many vitamin and mineral components that work with cannabinoid receptors located throughout the skin, offering relief from minor to more severe skin conditions. When hemp oil is applied topically to the body's largest organ - the skin - it is directly absorbed where it is needed most and not into the bloodstream.

Simple nutrition is the most overlooked factor when it comes to healthy skin and hair because the right vitamins and minerals are required to keep them at their best. CBD oils contain many essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and proteins that can help protect hair against damage and keep free radicals at bay. Rich in omega fatty acids, hemp oil is great to soften and smooth hair as well as renew the skin's outer layer while assisting those suffering from dry skin or acne.

Not only does using CBD topically help with visible issues on the skin, but it can also be used to provide temporary relief from pain. This allows duel benefits for individuals suffering from multiple symptoms, such as flaky skin and sore muscles. It is possible to make your own lotions using hemp oils, which we always like to encourage the public to research and test out what works best for their individual needs.

Our website offers a product line of topical relief known as In-Season Beauty. These products are designed using various complementary oils to target muscle pain, stiffness, and arthritis when applied directly to the source. It also helps to alleviate dry skin and rough patches that many people suffer from every day. The In-Season Beauty line uses a range of oil bases that vary by product and include shea butter, coconut, avocado, hemp, and sweet almond oil.



  • Tyler G

    Thanks for the suggestion. I’ve only took capsules.

  • thomas

    gotta try this

  • Sonya Allstun

    Thanks for the write up I didnt know it could be used for skin problems. I need to let my son know hes had problems with this rash that all that expensive creams dont help. I have been wanting to try the cream for pain good to know its great for my skin also.

  • Clarissa Vigil

    I love using it topically. It always helps my super intense musculoskeletal pain and relaxes my muscles. My traps are arched halfway up to my ears because they’re so tense and knotted but a couple drops of your CBD on the area and rub. It’s such a trip to me because it is seemingly magical. It’s hard to believe it without experiencing or witnessing it.

  • Michael

    Interesting, I always get itchy skin in winter maybe I will try this!

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