With the CBD industry continuing to grow, there are now so many different products on the market. You can choose from oils, creams, pastes, gummies, vapes, etc. Today we will look at topical CBD and how to use it correctly.
What is a topical CBD?
A topical CBD is any cream, lotion, or salve that’s infused with CBD and can be applied directly to the skin.
There are many different types of topical CBD products, so let’s look at a few of them:
CBD balms are often thick, almost solid, and waxy. CBD balms, like other CBD topicals, are intended to be used directly on your skin. They’re meant to provide relief to a specific area.
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The use of CBD products in sports is increasing. Trainers, athletes, and other sports enthusiasts are discovering the benefits that CBD can offer when it comes to performance and recovering from sports activities or general discomfort in the legs, arms and joints.
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The skincare industry has also been growing rapidly and more and more people are turning to natural skincare products. CBD has anti-oxidant and other beneficial properties, which makes it a very important ingredient for the care of irritated, dry, and sensitive skin, as well as functioning as an effective early aging-prevention ingredient, thanks to the fatty acids and anti-oxidants it contains.
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THE SCIENCE BEHIND TOPICAL CBD
More and more studies are being conducted about the possible therapeutic effects of topical CBD on our skin.
One study by Hammel and co-workers tested the reduction of inflammation and pain-related behaviors with transdermal cannabidiol application. The study concluded that the application of topical CBD has therapeutic potential for the relief of arthritic pain and inflammation, without evident side effects.
In another study by Palmeri and his colleagues, we can see that based on skin evaluations the results showed that a topical treatment with CBD-enriched ointment significantly improved the skin parameters and the symptoms. They did not document any irritant or allergic reactions during the period of the treatment.
If you’re looking to give a CBD cream, patch, or other topical product a try, here are a few tips to make sure you get a reliable, high-quality product. Be wary of outrageous claims, ask for a certificate of authenticity, know what you want to buy and talk to your doctor in advance. We suggest that you also read the label carefully and watch out for side effects (not necessarily from the CBD). No side effects are associated with CBD products. However, you might experience irritation from another ingredient in the product.