Three Biotech Skin Care Products to Watch for in 2018

Most of us know cannabis as an illegal drug that is sometimes used for medicinal purposes. But did you know that there are now companies that have created hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) that has all the benefits of cannabis without any intoxicating effects? The strain that causes the high or euphoric feeling from cannabis consumption is called Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Biotechnology companies have found a way to incorporate all the benefits of CBD into products without THC – which means that these products are not addictive and do not create a harmful high.

These biotech companies have been working on hemp-derived CBD for several years and have launched ground-breaking products that are naturally sourced and effective. We live in a world where we need to be conscious about the ingredients in the products that we use – especially skin care – because we use these almost every day without realizing the harm that they are doing.

CannaCeuticals Luxury Skin Care, a biotech company that focuses on skin care, has created one-of-a-kind CBD products that are completely natural and effective for their purpose. Here are some products that the company has launched:

Refreshing Facial Cleanser

This cleanser is sulfate-free and it contains CBD, peptides, pro-Vitamin B5 and green tea leaf extract which is known for promoting a clear and glowing complexion.

Repairing Night Cream

This is an ultra-hydrating night cream that is enriched with CBD, aloe-vera leaf extract, and coconut oil to relieve dry, sun-damaged skin. It deploys a technology called the “Power of Spheres” that claims to provide little bursts of hydration all through the night.

Resurfacing Enzyme Mask

This is a two-in-one product that works as an exfoliator and a mask. It is a weekly facial for your skin that claims to remove dead skin cells while minimizing pores. It uses CBD and kaolin clay that are known to work in combination to create smoother, brighter skin.


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