What is CBD cream? An introduction to skin care products with CBD.

When people talk about using CBD, they are often referring to the supplements they take, such as CBD oil or capsules. But in recent years, the use of CBD in skin care products has become more popular.

And while it’s starting to become commonplace in products like lotions, creams and gels, there are still many conflicting stories. For example, how exactly does topical CBD get into your body and will you see the same benefits as ingested CBD?

That’s why we want to clear up any confusion and answer your questions honestly and with as much useful information as possible. With so much misinformation circulating about the CBD industry, we know you have questions such as:

  • How do CBD products work?
  • What are their benefits?
  • How can you use CBD cream for pain?
  • Can you use CBD cream for pain?

CBD at a Glance.

You may already know a lot about CBD, but in case you don’t, here are some basics.
CBD stands for cannabidiol, one of more than 100 compounds found in occur in the Cannabis sativa plant, also called cannabinoids. It is also one of the most common and most popular of all the cannabinoids.

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Simply put, cannabinoids are molecules that can interact with special cannabinoid receptors in the skin and the rest of the body. These receptors and the natural cannabinoids our body produces every day (called endocannabinoids) and they make up the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is responsible for balancing and maintaining homeostasis (state of balance) in your body.

Manufacturers extract CBD and other cannabinoids from farmed hemp, which is specifically bred to contain low levels of THC, the psychoactive compound found in marijuana. By using industrial hemp, companies can ensure that their CBD products contain less than 0.2 percent THC, the federally regulated limit.

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What is CBD cream and how can it help you?

CBD creams, gels, lotions, patches and other products for use on the skin are now available for many purposes. But very few of them focus exclusively on CBD. Instead, most manufacturers add a small amount of CBD to regular skin and pain care formulas to provide extra comfort or support.

What we do is something different.

As we mentioned above, when most people use the term CBD oil, they are usually referring to CBD tinctures or gummies. And while it is common to take CBD orally, there is much more to it.

Because CBD oils contain a blend of hemp extracts infused with a carrier oil, such as MCT oil (derived from coconut oil), hemp seed oil, or olive oil, and these ingredients are safe for the skin, you can use CBD oils topically. Especially if you are sensitive to common ingredients in skin care products.

NOORI CBD oil is available with MCT oil and hemp seed oil as carrier oil.

NOORI skin care products contain natural products and HempCAP ™ (microencapsulated CBD).

With that in mind, let’s take a look at CBD topics and how to use them on a daily or as-needed basis potential usage.

How do CBD skin care products work?

First of all, it is important to note that CBD cream is a general term for a wide range of hemp products that you can apply to your skin. This means it often contains CBD lotions, gels, and sprays, among many other formulas for a wide variety of purposes. Regardless of form, all CBD products are designed to be used in the same way.

When you use CBD products applied to your skin, they work with your surface cannabinoid receptors to provide benefits in a localized, specific area. By applying it directly where you need it most, using CBD cream for pain is easier than ever.

NOORI skin care products contain only natural ingredients and HempCAP™ to give you the greatest possible treatment, exactly where you need it most. Unlike ingested CBD, which enters the bloodstream and circulates throughout the body.

CBD… And what else?

Most CBD creams combine CBD oil and hemp extracts with topical painkillers and other herbal preparations, making them the perfect solution for joint and muscle pain. They are especially popular with athletes of all levels, people who work in physically demanding jobs and anyone who suffers from occasional pain.

Skin naturally varies from person to person. That’s why we’ve infused our CBD products with gentle, moisturizing ingredients. Our CBD creams are designed to soothe and soften the skin and can be used to maintain healthy skin, regardless of its texture or level of sebum production.

Although the ingredients in CBD products are safe for the skin, you should read the ingredients list first if you know or suspect allergies. And as always, be sure to follow the instructions carefully, as many of them contain over-the-counter medications.

The big question: “can you use CBD cream for pain?”

CBD itself is not approved for pain relief, but the way it helps the ECS balance the body makes it a good ingredient to complement topical painkillers. Our proven CBD treatments provide pain relief precisely where you need it most, so you can get back on track and get on with your day.

Add CBD cream to you daily routine.

Using CBD products as part of your daily routine is a great way to improve the health of your skin. Most experts agree that you get the most out of CBD if you use it every day. That said, you shouldn’t rely solely on CBD creams to give your skin everything it needs: you should eat a healthy diet, drink enough water, and get plenty of sleep, too.

With this in mind, moisturizing with a CBD morning cream or day cream is a great way to start your skincare journey. As long as you try to evaluate what you put into your body and what goes into your body. That means that, as with most things, you need to look not only at where the CBD comes from and how it is produced, but also at the effectiveness of all the other ingredients.

But whichever CBD products you choose, the choice is as important a decision as who you buy them from.

Unfortunately, not all manufacturers produce the same quality CBD products, so choosing who to buy CBD products from is often the first hurdle. You want to ensure that your products contain consistent levels of cannabinoids that are accurately stated on the product label.

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Do you have any questions? We are happy to answer your questions for you.


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