Our faces are our signature, our own blueprint of who we are. As we age, they age with us and show signs of all of our living, both good and bad.
Studies prove CBD works wonders with major skin problems such as eczema, rosacea, acne, and psoriasis, which I’ve seen with my own eyes. So, if it can work this well on problem areas, it makes sense it can also help with issues associated with aging skin.
Not only does CBD have amazing anti-inflammatory properties, but it has higher antioxidant levels than vitamins A, C, and E. Antioxidants help to halt the aging process by reducing free radicals which cause collagen to break down faster, collagen is what keeps the skin firm and strong.
Less collagen means that the skin becomes thinner and more delicate, so by slowing down the collagen loss, you help keep skin looking more youthful.
CBD is also packed full of vitamins, minerals, proteins and fatty acids, all of which encourage skin health and improve moisture retention, lessening the chances of dry skin.
Both Jeff & I have been very impressed with how CBD has helped our skin retain moisture making it feel plumper and how it has decreased significantly our age & sunspots. Been a sun worshiper for many years. We’ve been using it regularly for a few years and plan on continuing.
Fountain of youth, maybe.
Next up: CBD and the Aging Athlete
Not a doctor, but based on scientific studies, Stay numb naturally.