CBD derived from hemp, a type of cannabis that doesn’t get you high, is expected to find its way into a big range of US skincare, cosmetic and beauty products in coming years. Its pain relief and anti-ageing properties are attracting a lot of interest. Photo: Shutterstock

CBD skincare: ‘sky is the limit’ for hemp extract’s use in US beauty and cosmetic industries after legalisation

  • CBD eases tension and stiffness and relieves irritations, burns, and dermatitis. Expect to find it in sleeping masks, serums, after-sun care, and soaps in 2020
  • Early movers have created a market worth US$400 million just this year, and earned celebrity endorsements from the likes of Oprah and Gwyneth Paltrow
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CBD derived from hemp, a type of cannabis that doesn’t get you high, is expected to find its way into a big range of US skincare, cosmetic and beauty products in coming years. Its pain relief and anti-ageing properties are attracting a lot of interest. Photo: Shutterstock
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