Can CBD Products Help in Treating Acne?

Can CBD Products Help in Treating Acne?

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CBD products including oils, tinctures, powder, edibles, and capsules have gained a lot of popularity in the past few years. In fact, the industry for cannabidiol is now among the fastest growing ones due to the rise in its demand in the market. This is why many companies are adding it to their products.

From beauty items such as shampoos to bedroom essentials such as pillows, cannabidiol is now becoming an essential addition to every product. All of such items claim to provide multiple benefits and help in the treatment of many health concerns.

The skincare industry is no exception. There is a growing interest in the effects and potential advantages of CBD for the skin. Some people even debate whether it can help in the treatment of their skin conditions.

For instance, many people state that CBD products help in treating and managing their acne-related problems. Acne is perhaps the most common skin problem around the globe which can occur in all age groups from children to older adults.

The condition is characterized by pimples, pustules, bumps, and cysts. The occurrences of these depend on the type and severity of the acne. Most of the cases of acne are different which is why the treatment for them also varies.

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At the moment, there are a number of options that can help in curing and controlling all types of acne. Conventional treatment plans include the use of antibiotics, birth control medication, topical ointments, cleansers, and serums.

In cases of severe acne, isotretinoin is the best treatment so far. Although there are many success stories even with these treatments, they do not work for every person. In addition, the use of acne-related drugs also has multiple side effects.

For example, isotretinoin can cause multiple issues including an increase in skin sensitivity, dehydration, and extreme dryness. The existent research on the drug also links it with developmental problems during pregnancy which is why pregnant women cannot take it.

In a similar way, antibiotics and birth control pills can also have side effects. Consequently, many people try to use alternative treatments to avoid such effects such as CBD products.

Recent studies on CBD from 2017 and 2014 show that it has anti-inflammatory properties. Secondly, it also helped in controlling sebum and oil production by sebocytes in the skin, leading to fewer acne breakouts.

For people with oily and acne-prone skin, CBD products may, therefore, be effective. However, at the same time, health experts do not suggest relying on it solely.

Although there are some CBD-infused products that can soothe the skin, it is better to not use them as primary treatment. In cases of severe acne, consultation with a doctor is necessary.

Also, CBD products are recommended to be used in the forms of ointments and serums. Edibles and capsules for acne should be avoided. This is because dosage problems can cause multiple issues.

People on other medications for acne or other issues may also experience drug interactions. Liver damage, allergic reactions, and a feeling of lethargy are also common side effects of CBD products.

 

This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Can CBD Products Help in Treating Acne?, which was originally published on 2020-11-26 12:48:45 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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