Having delicate skin can make finding the right beauty products a challenge. We created the CBD Facial Mask for Sensitive Skin with you in mind. It’s 100% organic and free from irritants. We’ve selected each ingredient to help soothe and brighten your skin. Go from dull skin to radiant skin with our natural face masks.
Why Choose the CBD Facial Mask for Sensitive Skin
CBD face masks are a great way to improve your skin without irritation. You may think of CBD cosmetics as another beauty fad, but there’s science behind how it works. CBD can do wonders to improve your complexion.
The rose clay will help clean your skin and kill unwanted bacteria. While the rose petal powder can help with skin inflammation, even skin tone, and improve the production of new skin cells. If you suffer from dull skin, this is the perfect CBD mask for radiant skin transformation.
Putting CBD in cosmetics enhances them to help your skin stay hydrated, clean, and glowing. Best of all, they’re all natural face masks, so you know what’s going into your skin.
- 300mg of CBD Isolate
Kaolin Rose Clay
Rose Petal Powder
Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Powder
Our Promise to You:
Made from 100% organic, raw, non-GMO hemp plants grown on select farms throughout the US.
No herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers used.
All of our natural face masks are totally vegan and cruelty-free. We’d never test these products on our animal friends!
A third party lab tests every batch for purity.
How to Use CBD Face Mask for Sensitive Skin:
The CBD, rosehip and rose clay face mask is easy to use! Pour the powder into a glass, ceramic, or wooden bowl for best results. Add equal parts water or apple cider vinegar with the CBD mask. Mix the ingredients until they form a smooth paste.
Feel free to add more liquid or powder, as needed, to get the right consistency for your natural face masks. Once your paste is smooth and ready, it’s time for application. You can use the mask on your face, back, or other areas of concern. Apply the paste evenly to the desired area(s) and let dry.
While we make the clay face mask for sensitive skin, we recommend removing after five minutes. Those with regular skin can leave the paste on for ten to twenty minutes. All skin types may experience redness after removing the mask. Don’t worry, though. The reddening of your skin typically fades within a half hour.
Apply warm water to remove the mask. Gender rub the water into your skin until you’ve thoroughly removed the paste. Apply your favorite moisturizer and enjoy the luxuriously soft feeling of your skin!
CBD Mask with Rosehip Benefits:
Our facial mask for sensitive skin is made with the finest ingredients to exfoliate and brighten your complexion gently. CBD isolate helps fight bacteria, regulate oil production, and reduce inflammation. The oil regulation helps you keep your skin hydrated without clogging your pores with excess oil. The antibacterial properties can help you fight off breakouts and reduce facial swelling, as can the anti-inflammatory properties.
Rose products are loved for the gentle hydration they provide to the skin. Several types of beauty products have long used roses for their plethora of benefits. Rose clay helps to clean your skin, removing build-up from your pores gently.
The rose petal powder is the perfect ingredient for those with dull skin. The powder helps with the inflammation from a puffy face. It also helps to even out skin tone texture, turning I’ll skin to radiant skin. Rose petals can also help with keratin production, so your face can look fresh.
Meanwhile, rosehip benefit your skin with essential nutrients to your skin. Get a boost in antioxidants, and vitamins E, C, and B.
To better understand how our facial mask for sensitive skin works, take a look at the science behind the ingredients!
Our CBD masks provide several benefits for your skin. Research has shown that the cannabinoid helps to fight bacteria. Harmful bacteria clogs pores and can cause breakouts. By reducing the bacteria on your skin, CBD cosmetics can help you battle pimples. The antibacterial properties were also said, in the study, to help reduce inflammation.
In general, research shows CBD is a potent anti-inflammatory. So, it can help with inflamed pimples and puffy faces.
CBD also helps regulate lipogenesis, which controls the production of oil and sebum. Sebum is vital for keeping your skin hydrated. Too much of the oil-like substance, though, and your pores will clog. So, CBD can help you maintain proper skin hydration without making so much oil you break out.
Rose Clay Face Mask:
People love a clay face mask because of the benefits they provide your skin! Research shows that clay can be a powerful cleansing agent. There’s even research into its for use on wounds! Hopefully, your face isn’t wounded, but chances are it still needs a washing every once in a while!
Studies show that a clay face mask will give your face the deep clean it needs.
Rose Petal Powder:
Rose petal powder is the perfect ingredient for a facial mask for sensitive skin. In a recent study, rose petals demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties. As you may know, there are several skin conditions from acne to psoriasis that can benefit from an anti-inflammatory. Best of all, it works gently on your skin.
That’s not all rose petals can do. Research shows they help even skin tone. A plus for anyone with dull skin. The study also showed rose petals improve keratin production. Keratin is the protein that helps make your skin, hair, and nails. To get radiant skin, you need fresh skin. So, rose petals help even your skin tone, making your face smooth. Then they help produce new skin, so your face looks fresh!
Rosehips is a common herb in natural face masks because it’s packed with nutrients. Research shows the herb is full of antioxidants that are great for your skin. Rosehips benefit skin by providing vitamin E, known for its nourishing powers, as well. The study also pointed to rosehips as an excellent source for vitamin C and B.
Vitamin C is well known for the benefits it provides your skin. It can make you sensitive to the sun, though, so maybe don’t sunbathe while you’re waiting for the mask to dry.