Cosmetic products containing hemp are increasingly popular with consumers – but just what are the scientifically proven benefits of hemp oil and extracts, and where, and when, are they permitted to be used in cosmetics? What is the difference between the approved form of cannabis and CBD?
In this video, Belinda Carli, Director of the Institute of Personal Care Science goes through the differences between the types of cannabis out there, as well as the scientifically proven benefits to skin of CBD and hemp. She also goes through the regulatory restrictions, limits and permitted inputs currently in place in the US, EU, ASEAN regions, Australia, NZ and Canada for the use of hemp and CBD in cosmetics. There are also very specific marketing claims allowed and prohibited that brands and formulators must be aware of.
She also goes through the exciting innovations in this sector, and the evidence supporting their use in personal care. Innovations include hemp oil with and without CBD, encapsulated hemp oils, encapsulated CBD with standardized inputs and even cannabis plant stem cells.
Find out how to comply with the regulations in your region, choose the right form of cannabis to comply and get the results you are looking for in your personal care, and the companies bringing out the latest innovations. Watch now!
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