Facial skin cleanser 100ml/50mg CBD
Delicately and carefully cleansing gel with a long-lasting moisturizing effect, perfectly prepares the skin for application of other cosmetics. Removes cosmetics perfectly, prevents skin dryness, and makes it supple and shining. Suitable for use around the eyes.
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What is THC and CBD?
CBD products are legal in the UK, as long as they do not contain substantial level THC.
What is CBD oil?
CBD oil is one of the most popular ways of using CBD. It is usually made by extracting CBD from cannabis, and then diluting it with another oil – in our case, MCT oil.
How do you use CBD oil?
The best way to use CBD oil is to put a few drops under the tongue a few times a day. However, remember not to exceed the recommended dosage indicated in the product description.
What are the benefits of CBD oil?
While there are still many studies being conducted on the effects of CBD to find out the full scope of its benefits for health and wellbeing, the initial research has already identified several useful properties. Those include relief for chronic pain, treating acne and other skin problems, as well as a calming effect that can help reduce anxiety and improve sleep.
What's the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?
CBD oil is made from CBD that’s extracted from the cannabis plant, meanwhile hemp oil is made from hemp seeds and contains no CBD whatsoever. It means that, while hemp oil can still be useful for many things, it provides none of the benefits that CBD can provide.
What is CBD e-liquid?
CBD e-liquid is like any other vape liquid that’s intended for use in electronic cigarettes, with the exception of having CBD added to it instead of nicotine. The main reason for doing so is that vaping is a convenient and effective way of consuming CBD.
How to cape CBD e-liquid and how much CBD should I vape?
Vaping CBD doesn’t differ much from the process of regular vaping, therefore, it should be used the same way as any other e-cigarette. Meanwhile, when it comes to the dosage, it’s advised to start with a smaller dose and then gradually build it up.