Adding CBD to Skincare

Adding CBD to your beauty routine

Adding CBD products to your beauty routine.

Beauty has been spoken about for centuries. Long before the beauty houses as we know them today exist, women and men alike have been practicing beauty routines to help improve their appearance or treat different skin types. Skincare products may help with dry skin, oily skin, sensitive skin and may possibly even help to regulate oil production.

CBD has quickly become an intriguing addition to people’s lives and more recently in the form of skincare. With the change of season upon us, and as we move into the cooler months of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, it may be a good idea to start reviewing your daily skincare routine and potentially look at how you may want to incorporate CBD into this routine.

Autumn and winter often bring with them a change in our skin health. Many may encounter dry skin and may need a little extra moisture to get them by.

Let’s take a look at ways to add CBD oil to your daily skin care routine – a few drops may lead to wonderful benefits.

Topical CBD

Topical application of CBD means that you are applying CBD to the outer layers of your skin, as opposed to ingesting it in the form of drops, gummies or other methods.

When applied topically as part of your skincare routine, CBD may show many benefits. For one thing it may assist your skin cells, and body overall, to restore balance. When you use CBD in a topical application you are placing it directly on your skin, which means that it may help some skin issues, rather than going through bodily processes like the digestive system first.

The Seratopical Suite may be a great option to include as part of your skincare routine. The range consists of a multitude of nutrient-rich elements (such as Vitamin A, E, C, Argan Oil, Marula Oil and more!) with clinically backed ingredients infused with CBD.

Adding CBD  to your beauty routine

As with many ingredients that may be suggested as part of a beauty routine, there are many ways in which you may be able to add CBD to your skincare routine. CBD skincare is becoming more and more popular, but understanding how to include items in your daily approach to skin health may be tricky and confusing.

Here are 3 ways in which you could possibly add CBD to your line of daily skin care:


Makeup products may contain hemp extract or be infused with CBD. As an example, you may find mascara and eyebrow gels that contain these ingredients or may be CBD infused. Why, you ask? CBD may well be nutrient rich, and may help hair through the vitamins it contains.

Lip Balm

As mentioned, the cooler months may start to negatively affect your skin, especially the delicate areas around your eyes, and those ÔÇťalways exposedÔÇŁ areas such as your lips.

Chapped lips may be painful and unsightly, and keeping your lips in tip top shape is a must through winter.

There are certain product ranges that include CBD infused lip balm. These contain  antioxidant which may help in keeping your lips in their best condition.

Perhaps it’s time to pucker up with lip balm infused with CBD oil!

Body Lotions

The aim of a body lotion is to moisturize the skin and restore moisture to already dry skin. A self-care beauty routine may not be complete until you have adequately lathered your body with some hydrating cream. Some may think that body creams may increase oil production, whereas often it is quite the opposite. By ensuring your skin is properly moisturized, you may maintain balance in your body.

Adding CBD to a lotion, or purchasing a lotion that is CBD infused may help with skin issues and skin concerns. When partnered with other nutrients and skin loving elements, these lotions may do wonders for your skin.

Adding CBD to your skincare routine

Skincare is a necessity, especially as most often people are living in big cities that may mean exposure to more dirt, pollution and free radicals – and this may lead to poor skin health. CBD ┬ámay be considered rich in antioxidants and therefore finding ways to add CBD to your skincare routine may have a positive effect on your overall skin health.

We’ve reviewed the various methods that you may want to incorporate this ingredient to your beauty routine, now it’s time to look at how CBD could be incorporated into your daily skincare and the benefits it may have.

Face mask

Face masks are a great way to add immediate hydration to the skin. A face mask acts like a moisturizer, but with much faster and possibly more effective results. Adding a CBD infused face mask to your routine may offer even more of a benefit..


These little wonders of goodness have long been called upon in many a woman’s skincare routine. Serums contain vitamins and other active ingredients, be sure to add a CBD infused serums to your skincare collection. .

Facial oil

If you are one of the many who already use a facial oil of some kind in their routine, why not think about including a CBD infused lineup.  The absolute best time to use is the last item for the night.

Try the Seratopical Radiant Glow Facial Oil, with clinically backed ingredients infused with CBD, with no greasy residue.

Eye cream

The skin under the eyes is very delicate area that needs a special kind of attention. It’s possibly one of the most important items to add to an anti-aging skincare routine – keeping the eye area bright and hydrated.

Seratopical Love Your Eyes Anti-Aging Serum, with clinically-backed ingredients infused with CBD is one such product that may help with  hydrating this delicate skin, helping to  reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

In conclusion

The Seratopical Suite, with clinically backed ingredients infused with CBD, may offer just the solution you’re looking for! Our Global Ambassador and strategic partner, Nicole Kidman knows the benefit of maintaining a natural glow, and at Seratopical we aim to empower women to feel and look as best as they can!

If you have sensitive skin, please check with your dermatologist before using.



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