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    Cannabis vs Hemp

    CBD oil and hemp seed oil are fashionable ingredients used topically in skincare products. Although they come from the same cannabis family, they are often incorrectly marketed as the same thing, leading to consumer confusion.

    This may be a deliberate ploy on the part of some companies looking to link CBD with various performance claims. On labelling, hemp seed oil is listed as cannabis sativa seed oil; and CBD, as cannabidiol, hemp oil, full-spectrum hemp, PCR (phytocannabinoid rich) or PCR hemp extracts.

    CBD oil is a more expensive ingredient compared with hemp seed oil and tends to be associated with premium-positioned beauty products.

    BIOMAC CBD beauty products are defined as products containing CBD for use on the skin, lashes, eyebrows and hair.

    Studies have shown CBD’s potential as a super-natural ingredient, with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-sebum properties, that is capable of nourishing, calming and rejuvenating skin, as well as addressing the signs of ageing.

    For centuries, CBD has been used as a medicinal/therapeutic ingredient in natural healing and has transitioned into skincare formulations, especially when used in meaningful doses. Studies have shown the benefits of using CBD to nourish, calm and rejuvenate the skin, as well as to combat the signs of ageing, from fine lines to dark spots.

    CBD is hotly touted as the next super-natural ingredient because of its broad spectrum of capabilities, making it a potential alternative to traditional cosmetic ingredients.

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