luxury cbd beauty serum

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Apply one full dropper in the morning on clean, dry skin. Repeat at night for powerful results. We recommend layering over The C-Drops for glassy, glowy skin.

Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) nut butter, Punica granatum (pomegranate) seed extract, Vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, Full Flower Hemp Extract, Rosa canina (rosehip) seed extract, Hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn) fruit extract, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, Rosa damascena (rose) flower oil, Helichrysum italicum (helichrysum) flower oil, Cymbopogon martinii v. motia (palmarosa) leaf oil, Santalum spicatum (sandalwood) wood oil, Boswellia carterii (frankincense) resin extract, Pelargonium graveolens (geranium) leaf oil, Commiphora abyssinica (myrrh) resin extract, Sclerocarya birrea (marula) seed oil, caprylic/capric triglyceride, Opuntia ficus-indica (prickly pear) seed oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract


Luxury cbd beauty serum

I was born with Netherton syndrome, an autoimmune condition that manifests in recurring rashes, hypersensitivity, redness, dryness, and flaking. Over the years I've tested many products and found what works best for me, but I'm always curious about new treatments that could potentially do an even more effective job of soothing my skin. Cannabidiol (the chemical term for CBD) has shown clinical promise in reducing inflammation, but I had yet to try one that made a noticeable difference. The CBD serums and creams I tested didn't cause flare-ups or adverse effects, but they also didn't do much of anything. I was resigned to the fact that CBD beauty was just well-marketed hype until I stumbled upon the Saint Jane Luxury CBD Beauty Serum.

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A few weeks ago, I went to my parents' house (where they have AC) for the weekend. My skin was not in its best state with the weather being so hellishly hot, and hibernating in air conditioning sounded like heaven. Sadly, the combination of the humid outside air mixed with the moisture-wicking AC wreaked havoc on my already irate complexion. I ended up avoiding mirrors just so I wouldn't have to look at the angry red patches that were quickly developing. After a few days went by with little improvement from my usual routine, I decided to see if anything else could help my situation. (This is the part of the story when things start looking up.)

A little over a year ago, I interviewed top dermatologists about the CBD trend, the cannabis-derived cure-all that was beginning to blow up. An avalanche of CBD-spiked products started hitting shelves, each claiming that the weed compound would solve every skin woe imaginable. While I believed in the ingredient's potential, it didn't take long before it all started to feel pretty gimmicky.

With its chic black and gold packaging, Saint Jane's serum instantly stood out to me, but the true test was for what lay inside. I was pleasantly surprised by how hydrating it felt when I squeezed a few droplets onto my chronically dry hands. I was completely mind-boggled by the results. A mere few minutes after slathering the rich, silky serum onto my skin, I looked in the mirror to find that the redness taking over my face had dialed down dramatically. In the days that followed, I didn't use any other products with it; I simply applied it in the morning right after washing my face with a gentle cleanser and again at night. I marveled at how I woke up to instantly glowier, calmer-looking skin. My face tends to look much redder than my neck when it's irritated, but a single application changed that. The texture on my cheeks had somehow evened out overnight—I have my fair share of over-the-counter products that impart good results, but none had ever alleviated my symptoms so quickly.

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