CBD Face Wash for Treating Acne Comes to Asheville / CBD, CBD face wash, CBD for treating acne, CBD and Acne, Why CBD Works for Acne?

March 19, 2019

CBD and Acne

Most of us have struggled with acne at some level, at some point in our lives. We can all probably agree, acne sucks. There are so many products out there that claim to treat pimples. People with bad acne can end up spending tons of money on products that simply just don’t work, or even worse irritate the skin even more. If you feel like you’ve tried everything and nothing is working, don’t lose hope. It might be time to try CBD-infused face wash.

What is CBD?

CBD stands for Cannabidiol, which is just one cannabinoid out of many. CBD is the non-psychoactive compound which means it doesn’t get you “high.” It is found within both the hemp and cannabis plant. THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol, the property that does induce mind-alternating effects and gets you “high.”

Why CBD Works for Acne? 

CBD has been known to help with an array of symptoms such as pain, stress, anxiety, depression, inflammation, and much more. It is believed that due to CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties, it can help fight acne.

In an article by, Wiki Leaf they stated “CBD acts on receptors that help reduce inflammation as well as anxiety (thus reducing the hormones conducive to outbreaks). A study conducted by the Journal of Clinical Investigation and the National Institute on Health found that CBD also offered antiproliferative effects (making it able to stop the spread of cells) and skin regenerating properties. 

The study based its theory on the use of CBD on sebaceous glands (these glands secrete oily sebum, which obstructs pores). The experiment found that CBD acted as a sebostatic agent, giving it the ability to reduce sebum and, in the process, acne.

Research conducted by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology uncovered similar findings: cannabinoids are responsible for lipid products and, ultimately, helping the skin regulate itself against dryness and blemishes.”

What Causes Acne?

There are many causes for acne and many severities of it as well. Medical News Today explains nicely how acne is caused:

“Human skin has pores that connect to oil glands under the skin. Follicles connect the glands to the pores. Follicles are small sacs that produce and secrete liquid.

The glands produce an oily liquid called sebum. Sebum carries dead skin cells through the follicles to the surface of the skin. A small hair grows through the follicle out of the skin.

Pimples grow when these follicles get blocked, and oil builds up under the skin.

Skin cells, sebum, and hair can clump together into a plug. This plug gets infected with bacteria, and swelling results. A pimple starts to develop when the plug begins to break down.

Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) is the name of the bacteria that live on the skin and contributes to the infection of pimples.

Research suggests that the severity and frequency of acne depend on the strain of bacteria. Not all acne bacteria trigger pimples. One strain helps to keep the skin pimple-free.”

What CBD Face Washes Are Good?

There are many products out there. It can be difficult to pick a trusted brand with all of the existing options. When choosing a CBD face wash, always look for brands that use high-quality CBD. For the best and most effective results, high-quality CBD is key. If you’re looking for good a CBD face wash, we’ve got you covered! Mary Jane’s CBD Facial Cleanser only uses the highest quality ingredients, perfect for your face.

Mary Jane’s Store

If you’re in the Asheville area and are looking for high-quality CBD products in general, come stop by! We have an array of different products tailored for your lifestyle preferences.

 

Asheville Store Location:
582 Hendersonville Road,
Asheville, NC 28803
Phone:  828-552-3302

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