CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system to improve health. In the personal care industry, several companies are incorporating CBD into their products to reduce inflammation, as well as for the treatment of a wide range of skin conditions.
CBD skincare products are proven to boost skin hydration, which is especially great for consumers suffering from skin conditions such as dryness, eczema, and psoriasis. CBD is integrated into facials such as Aquagold fine touch for its anti-ageing, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.
CBD skincare products also help treat acne, which of course, is caused by blocked pores, excess sebum, inflammation, and bacteria. You can now buy CBD skincare products in many different forms such as creams & moisturisers, serums, cleansers, sunscreens, and oils.
More recently, it has become all the rage and Wall Street analysts say it could be an entirely separate category from both recreational and medical marijuana. This has meant that even big names in the financial sector have started covering CBD beauty-related stocks.
During the first two months of 2019, online search trends for “CBD beauty” have increased by 370%. The CBD beauty segment alone is estimated to reach $25 billion in the next ten years.
Brightfield Group stated that with the attention celebrities are giving CBD beauty, the industry revenues have jumped 340% in the past years. While numbers were only under $4 million in 2017, revenues for CBD beauty and skincare products a year later were already at $17 million.