Our blog is passionate about the health and appearance of your skin and our bespoke approach to skincare means we can tailor treatments to meet your individual needs. Our primary competencies are beauty and a healthy lifestyle.

Kimberly Lewis is an editor and writer of CBD Hemp Source blog. She has started her career by holding a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. For some years she has designed and developed patterns and products for companies such as Clinique, Macy’s, Dwellstudio, SkipHop, WolfGordon, The Jewish Museum of NYC, McLaughlin, Champion, Hanes and more.

But past 3 years she found a new obsession with beauty, health, and pure lifestyle. So she entered medical classes to become a professional journalist. Kimberly has vast experience in editing and writing content for blogs, digital and open access journals, along with checking the accuracy of medical information. She is passionate about medical studies and monitoring the latest discoveries.

She is also well-versed in hemp-based cosmetics and everything related to CBD skincare products. 

Cosmetics based on “weed” literally took over the beauty market. Treatises have been written about the healing properties of cannabis.

Why do hemp cosmetics predict a golden future? Maybe it’s all about vegan and organic fashion. After all, CBD oil – the main ingredient in herbal cosmetic products – is an excellent alternative to beeswax, fish oil, and other animal components.

The main active ingredient in hemp stems is tetrahydrocannabinol, a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties

Clinical studies by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology have shown that in addition to its antioxidant properties, hemp is also rich in saturated fatty acids (cannabis seeds contain 30-40% fatty oil). This combination has an excellent effect in the treatment of eczema and psoriasis, as well as to smooth out scars and wrinkles. Besides, the seeds of the plant contain a lot of amino acids, vitamins, and fiber, which is why hemp oil for face has become a popular ingredient in anti-aging cosmetics.

Don’t worry, you won’t get euphoric with hemp cream. Check out CBD oil reviews to get sure. Cosmetics manufacturers use two types of cannabinoids: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). The first, in addition to antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, also has a narcotic effect, therefore it is added to cosmetics in a very small concentration (no more than 3%). However, you can buy cosmetic products with THC only in America and only in the state where they were produced. 

Only cannabidiol is added to cosmetics sold all over the world, which does not have intoxicating properties. Therefore it is not prohibited to buy CBD oil for skin care.

100% natural oil perfectly moisturizes and restores the skin’s structure. It can be used both as a stand-alone product and as part of masks and scrubs for the face and body.