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  • August 20, 2022 5 min read


    These ingredients are becoming increasingly common in beauty products. Skincare experts advise that using them together daily could help you acquire the summer skin of your dreams. Both ingredients boast a long list of benefits for the skin. They can be used for all skin types, which can't be said of other trendy products like retinol or vitamin C serums. CBD-infused skincare is commonly discussed as being gentle in most articles. Still, most people don't realize that the same can be said about hyaluronic.

    Hyaluronic acid works for any skin type, even sensitive, breakout-prone skin, and for those with an oily complexion. The same holds for CBD, and a combination of the two can yield even better results. However, understanding why they work so well together helps to understand what each brings to the table.

    What Is A Face Serum?

    Let's first understand the basics. The distinct products and terms can be quite baffling in the beauty and skincare language. A face serum is usually a lightweight formulation with active elements to aid nourishment, hydration, and protection of the skin. A normal skincare routine involves applying face serum after cleansing allowing the skin to properly absorb the active ingredients and prior to moisturizing. Although face serums contain moisturizing elements, they're not a substitute for moisturizers. Moisturizers have a thicker consistency to assist seal moisture into the skin.

    What is CBD?

    CBD, also known as cannabidiol, has taken the beauty world by storm. It's a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. It's among other hundred chemical compounds in cannabis, and scientifically they are called cannabinoids. CBD is closely related to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound of cannabis. However, CBD is non-psychoactive and won't give you a’’ high’’. Instead, CBD has been hyped as a therapeutic ingredient, notably with the ability to calm and relax the body. Also, research studies show that CBD can be used as a treatment for various ailments. For example, Peyravian et al. (2022) showed the anti-inflammatory effects of CBD in the treatment of acne.

    According to Tabassum& Hamdani (2014), most skincare problems like eczema and acne are rooted in inflammation, so finding skin products that can help reduce and eliminate topical inflammation is critical for healthy skin. Palmieri et al. (2019) found that CBD-enriched ointment was proven successful in improving inflammatory skin diseases. Therefore, a CBD-infused face serum can help naturally work with the body's endocannabinoid system (ECS) to reduce inflammation in the skin. Applying CBD face serum directly on cleansed skin can absorb natural anti-inflammatory ingredients.

    What is Hyaluronic Acid (HA)?

    HA is a sugar attained naturally in our skin that retains water and supports hydration. The HA within our bodies holds a thousand times its weight in water to preserve the moisture in our skin and joints and prevent that same moisture from evaporating into the air. Unfortunately, just like collagen and elastin, naturally- occurring hyaluronic acid in our bodies decreases with age. The concern is how to stimulate the production of HA in our bodies, even as we age. One way is integrating CBD-containing hyaluronic acid into our daily routine.

    CBD and Hyaluronic Acid

    The skin is the largest organ in the body and absorbs up to 60% of the nutrients applied to it. CBD containing HA holds the key to smooth, flawless, and hydrated skin. The main benefit of HA is its ability to draw moisture from the air around you and pull it deep into the layers of the skin, giving your complexion youthful plumpness. However, this moisture injecting effect has other benefits that aren't often mentioned. For instance, better-moisturized skin is less susceptible to developing fine lines and wrinkles. Also, it tends to be less sensitive and less susceptible to damage caused by pollution. Therefore, by restoring lost moisture to dehydrated skin, HA can improve the long-term health of your skin.

    Did you know that CBD is almost found everywhere these days? You'll find it in your gummies, candies, coffee, joint creams, etc. It's not surprising that beauty brands have become some of CBD's loudest and most enterprising advocates. Like HA, CBD skincare and beauty products have several benefits for all skin types. People with sensitive skin will enjoy its soothing effects. Those with break-out-prone skin use it for its sebum-reducing abilities and anti-inflammatory properties.

    Additionally, suppose you're dealing with dry skin. In that case, one will appreciate the rich fatty acid content that makes CBD an excellent natural moisturizer. If you're of a particular vintage, you'll benefit from its status as a powerful antioxidant and anti-aging ingredient. CBD and HA have a holistic effect on the skin when used together. Nel et al. (2021) discovered that CBD takes care of rashes, acne, and dark spots, while HA looks after hydration and texture. Moreover, both tackle fine lines and wrinkles, and together they can restore the skin’s previous youthful glow.

    Possible Side Effects.

    Because of a lack of research, little is known about the long-term safety of both CBD and HA. However, both ingredients are generally safe for all skin types. They don't typically lead to any adverse reactions when applied topically. Experts suggest that HA is a natural substance in our skin, so you shouldn't expect any problems. Additionally, CBD is a natural-based plant, and no adverse effects have been reported. However, if you experience any adverse reactions, withdraw usage and seek advice from a certified dermatologist since reactions also vary among people. When patients complain of rashes, it is often a result of a problem with another ingredient, such as one of the preservatives. According to skin experts, while preservatives extend a product's life, some, such as parabens, can cause irritations.


    CBD integrated with HA is anti-aging. Antioxidants slow down the chemical process of oxidation. The reaction by which free radicals are produced is oxidation and it damages cells and leads to fine lines, wrinkles, and the loss of skin elasticity. As previously mentioned, HA functions to maintain moisture. HA infused with CBD helps fight inflammation giving your skin a natural youthful glow. CBD Hyaluronic acid can be contemplated as a potent face serum, bringing all the correct elements in one, rather than infusing one or two dissimilar types. Lastly, always ensure you do a patch test of any new product on your skin before applying it to your face. It's not only for people with sensitive skin or eczema, but even those with robust skin can have sudden reactions to ingredients you’ve never used before. 


    1. Palmieri, C. Laurino M. Vadalà; A therapeutic effect of CBD -enriched ointment in inflammatory skin diseases and cutaneous scars (2019)

    Nel, M., Coste, E., & Exsymol, M. (2021). 08h20-08h30 Welcome Address.

    Peyravian, N., Deo, S., Daunert, S., & Jimenez, J. J. (2022). The Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Cannabidiol (CBD) on Acne. Journal of Inflammation Research, 15, 2795.

    Tabassum, N., & Hamdani, M. (2014). Plants used to treat skin diseases. Pharmacognosy reviews, 8(15), 52.