CBD Skincare 101: The Need-To-Knows About This Trend

Everything you need to know to navigate through the sea of CBD products.
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Nov. 22, 2019
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In what seems like an instant, CBD skincare has taken over the beauty world. Major brands, like Milk Makeup and Herbivore, have embraced this trend with new products that capture the anti-inflammatory properties of this herb. If you're new to CBD, it can feel overwhelming trying to decide which products to try (or if you should try the trend at all), so we're here to give you the low-down on CBD in skincare, and which products we love.*All products featured below are sourced from the posts of Cherie's users. Download our app, Cherie, to learn more about us and join our beauty community!*What's so great about CBD?If you don't know, CBD is derived from the cannabis plant, but it won't get you high! CBD is known as an anti-anxiety ingredient and its medicinal properties have been deemed safe by the World Health Organization. CBD has been long used to help patients with inflammation issues, like eczema, psoriasis, and acne, as well as helping improve sleep and reduce muscular pain. Since the legalization, CBD as a super ingredient in skincare has risen like nothing we've seen before! So, how do you know if CBD is the right ingredient for you? When it comes to skincare, if you need any anti-inflammatory remedies like those mentioned above, CBD could be a great ingredient to add to your skincare regimen. If you don't have any pressing skin concerns but want to experience more relaxing and calming moments, then CBD can help you achieve that. Bottom line? If you want to try it, go for it! Here's what we recommend: Do you have any CBD favorites you swear by? Join our community and share your story with us on the Cherie App! 
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