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Many individuals suffer from acne at one point or another in their life. There are a plethora of reasons that underline the development of skin problems:

  • Excess oil (sebum) production
  • Bacteria
  • Hair follicles clogged by oil and dead skin cells
  • Age
  • Hormonal changes
  • Genetics/family history
  • Inflammation

And, while seeking the assistance of a healthcare provider in addressing these skin conditions is advised, there are also other alternatives that may help to reduce inflammation, excess oil production, and clogged hair follicles. Cannabichromene (CBC) is an ingredient that can easily be mixed in with other facial care products using cannabichromene oil

In a 2016 study it was determined by Hungarian scientists and GW Pharmaceuticals, which is located in Cambridge, that CBC was in fact considered very positively as a CBD skincare option. Studies further reveal that the use of cbc assisted candidates with some of the most common skin conditions facing many individuals today.

These skin conditions are caused, among others, by over production of sebum and results in inflammation. The study shows that using cbc oil may greatly reduce inflammation as well as excessive sebaceous lipid production.

Research on the use of cbc is still in its infancy phase with many new discoveries into its uses and benefits. Cbc oil can be applied directly onto the skin following a skin care routine as part of the moisturizer or a few drops may be mixed in with the moisturizer. 

One of the key points about cbc oil is that it is considered to be an all-natural option for skin conditions. In addition, according to several studies, there seems to be no known side effects of using it externally in promoting healthier skin. On the contrary, as previously indicated, studies are quite favorable in terms of its use.