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DIY CBD Infused Skin Scrub – In Less Than 10 Minutes!

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How to Make Your Own CBD Infused Skin Scrub in Less Than 10 Minutes!

Very easy and you probably have everything already in your home if you’re a CBD user!

If not, check out our Hemp Oil Based CBD oil here (yes it says Canine, but its our best oil for hair because it’s based with Hemp Oil)

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Let’s keep this quick and easy!

  1. You’re going to make a small batch that will fill a cosmetic jar size mason jar
  2. You’re going to need Brown Sugar, Coconut Oil & Hemp Oil Based CBD Oil (AnuCBD Canine Oil)
  3. Coffee grounds (coarse) can also be a potent addition to this mixture! – Used or unused is ok!

Making your own DIY CBD infused skin scrub is going to change how your skin and hair look and feel all while getting the theraputic potential offered by our favorite cannabinoids, CBD!

The Benefits of Using CBD Topically and Making Your Own Products

CB1 and CB2 receptors in skin

CBD is one of many cannabinoids that interact with our endocannabinoid system. They create biochemical reactions when stimulating and inhibiting certain processes when they attached to our CB1 and CB2 receptors. These metabolic reactions can help stimulate or prevent hair growth (THC vs. CBD, one prevents growth, the other promotes!), regulate cellular processes such as apoptosis (cellular housekeeping) and promote lipid biosynthesis (used for energy, hormone development and even enacting protein transcribing enzymes).

CBD can be a very potent tool to help regulate our biochemical metabolic processes and when applied topically we avoid having the liver filter out a lot of the cannabinoids that we want to connect to these receptors!

Not to mention the potential of inflammation reduction and anti-fungal/microbial benefits cannabinoids and terpenes have to offer!

To read more about the benefits of hemps cannabinoids and terpene therapeutic benefits – Click here

Making our own products we reduce our waste, foot print on the planet and foreign chemicals from enter our blood. Not to mention, we’re probably getting more use out of the products we already have around us and saving money too! We all are probably aware of how expensive exfoliators are, but they are amazing.

The beauty of this simple DIY post is that this exfoliator keeps as long as you’re using it. The only real risk is the coffee grounds molding if they weren’t dried before hand (if they were used first to make coffee).

It’s literally going to be as easy as 1-2-3 and you’ll have it done in less than 10 minutes.

Making a CBD Infused Skin Exfoliator

Super quick and easy, you’ll be laughing at yourself for spending $10.00+ on store bought exfoliants when you could’ve been doing it on-demand at home!

This recipe feels great and smells amazing! Like, really really good. As an additional side, you’ll get all the extra benefits of aroma therapy as well when you wash this mixture off in the shower.

CBD Infused Skin Exfoliator

Step 1

Measure out 1/2 cup of brown sugar and add to a bowl

Step 2

Add 1/4 or 1/3 cup of dried coffee grounds – optional

Step 3

Add 1/4 cup of melted coconut oil infused with 3 ml of CBD Oil (if it’s the 500 mg Canine CBD Hemp Oil, this will give your scrub a potency of 48 mg of CBD in the whole batch)

And mix all these ingredients together, you want a thick mixture so adjust ingredients as needed.

Let sit to room temperature or keep in dark cool space.

You’re all set!

 

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Please let us know if this simple recipe “How to Make Your Own CBD Infused Skin Scrub” enriched your skin and helped you obtain healthier more radiant skin. I personally use it for my scalp before a shower as nothing feels better than the gentle abrasion of this mixture.

*BE WARNED*

This tastes as good as it smells, so don’t feel guilty to be tempted to eat it. We just suggest you focus on keep it skin bound!

For more information on using CBD for skin health, check out this article – Click here

 

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