CBD has hit the mainstream, from CBD-infused creams, skincare oils, hair products and more. Buy why all the hype, are they actually better than normal skincare products?!
If you have been wondering about using CBD in your skincare routine but are not sure about what it can help with and how to use it, then this post explains all.
If you have been wondering about the best CBD products to try in your skincare routine, this post from Marie Claire explains the best products to try and how to use them.
A study from the Netherlands and the United States has revealed that 95% of participants who have a rare skin condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), found improvements after using cannabis topicals.
CBD sales have skyrocketed lately and as more and more CBD related products are hitting the shelves, you may be wondering how it can work in the beauty industry. This short article explains.
With low-dose CBD oil now starting to appear on the Australian market, you may be wondering what its benefits are. Read this article to find out how CBD oil can help with premature aging and sleep.
Did you know that making your own cannabis bath bombs is easier than you think. Relaxing in the tub has never been easier with this simple CBD, THC, and hemp bath bomb recipe.
CBD has been widely used in Australia for several years now, within the medical cannabis market. However, in the United States, where recreational cannabis is now legal in many states, CBD products are propping up all over the place.
This article from Vouge explains the use of CBD products in the beauty industry and the advantages and disadvantages of cannabis in skincare.
Sydney-based beauty editor, Sherine Youssef, who has never tried drugs, talks about her interest in new cannabis-infused beauty products. Although not available (yet) in Australia, there are many hemp-based products to try.
CBD is becoming an increasingly popular ingredient in skincare, haircare, and other beauty products. Although part of the cannabis plant, CBD does not give you a cannabis ‘high’. Here are some popular products to try at home.
A statement published by Chinas National Institutes for Food and Drug Control has written a draft report that could be put in place banning the use of CBD in the cosmetic industry. Consumers can send their feedback on the matter up until 19 April.
Hemp products are becoming more mainstream in both the beauty and food industry. This article explains the health and beauty benefits for you, including how hemp-based products can help us live better.
Industrial hemp has historically been used in the textile and construction industries, but recently it has been legalised for consumption and for use in beauty products. Here are some of the best products right now that are hemp infused.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a chemical compound that comes from the cannabis plant. The use of CBD is becoming a trend in the health and beauty world. But what research has been done and does it really work?
Some studies have suggested that cannabidiol (CBD) has moisturising properties, and manufacturers are jumping on the trend. Read on to discover some new cannabis-infused beauty products on the market.
The cannabis beauty industry is set to increase over the next five years as major companies incorporate the active extracts of cannabis into products. Skin care will likely be the main driver of profits.
Cannabidiol, popularly known as CBD, has been popping up all over the place, from baking, food, beverages, and now… skincare. This guide explains what CBD is and how it can help your skin. Plus, popular CBD beauty products.
Read how one woman changed her entire beauty regime to only include CBD-infused products or hemp products. She even filled her bath with hemp milk and used CBD-laced bath bombs. Read on for the results.