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Inflammaging: The Skincare Buzzword You Need to Know

What To Know About Inflammaging

Inflammaging. It could be the latest social messaging app or revolutionary medical technology. But there's nothing so exciting about a phenomenon that refers to the effects of inflammation on ageing. When inflammation increases in the body, it can cause visible signs of ageing to accelerate. 

If you are in a chronic state of inflammation, you might notice that your skin gets red and irritated very easily. These signs point to a natural inflammatory immune response that has grown excessive, to the extent that they contribute to ageing. 

What Causes Inflammaging?

Inflammation has become a forbidden word in wellness circles, and according to every new product and lifestyle article, it's the cause of all our health problems. But it's important to remember that inflammation on its own is a completely normal and healthy immune response. 

In fact, inflammation keeps you healthy. When you bump your knee and have a bruise, or when your throat swells up with a cough, it's because your body is sending blood and other fluids to the area to heal faster. Even skin treatments such as chemical peels and microneedling rely on triggering an inflammation response to speed up the renewal of your skin. 

Inflammation becomes a problem when it turns into a chronic condition - basically, when your body finds it hard to distinguish between a real immune threat and everyday stressors. This increased sensitivity puts you in a perpetual state of low-grade inflammation that ultimately affects your health in a host of ways. Chronic inflammation is linked to arthritis, Alzheimer’s, cancer, and depression. Catching the signs of inflammaging on your face can be the first step to reducing its harmful effects throughout the body. 

Stressors on your skin can be internal or external, such as air pollutants, a diet of processed foods, UV exposure, lack of sleep, and chemical irritants. When these overwhelm your immune system and cause inflammaging, it can lead to rapid ageing of the skin on many levels. For one thing, your largest organ is so busy trying to fight off these stressors with inflammation, that it is less able to use other healing tools in its arsenal. That means your skin becomes worse at repairing damage and renewing itself. 

Chronic inflammation also has a negative effect on your skin. It compromises the delicate pH barrier, which is supposed to be acidic. Once this protective shield has eroded, the process of ageing speeds up as your skin is more prone to damage. On top of that, chronic inflammation inhibits the renewal of collagen and elastin, both of which keep your skin firm. And if that weren’t enough, chronic inflammation enables the build-up of reactive oxygen species. Like free radicals, these unstable molecules cause cellular damage. 

The Effects Of Inflammaging

Chronic inflammation exacerbates the visible signs of ageing on the skin. Wrinkles grow more prominent due to the breakdown of collagen and elastin. Age spots from oxidative stress and UV exposure tend to grow larger and more prominent. 

Another manifestation of inflammaging occurs due to the depletion of hyaluronic acid in the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a popular skincare ingredient, and can be found in fillers - but it also exists naturally in your body. It attracts water into the tissues, keeping skin plump, dewy, and hydrated. When you lack hyaluronic acid, you can expect to see signs of dehydration in the mirror, like flakes and dullness. 

With inflammaging, you might notice the symptoms of psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea worsening. Acne starts acting up too, as all of these inflammatory conditions are aggravated. Then there is “sugar sag”: a loss of elasticity in the skin caused by heightened glucose levels that break down collagen. This process is known as glycation, and it’s responsible for the formation of deep wrinkles. 

How to Tackle Inflammaging

Now that we have roughly a million reasons to panic about inflammaging and ageing, what can we do about it? Inflammaging skincare comes down to managing the underlying cause: inflammation. Here are some tips to reduce chronic inflammation and preserve your body from inflammaging. 

Boost your collagen and elastin

The breakdown of collagen and elastin plays a major role in visible ageing. To keep your skin looking plump and firm for longer, be sure to use a high-quality moisturiser twice a day. Ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, and retinoids can improve collagen production. Regular application of sunscreen helps protect against UV damage. 

Repair your skin barrier

The skin barrier is sensitive yet powerful. A strong one can make the difference between perpetually irritated skin, and a complexion that’s resilient in the face of external stressors. That’s where your moisturiser comes in, so choose one that’s hydrating and nourishing. 

MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Face Cream has Japanese Knotweed, which is one of the most powerful plant sources of the antioxidant resveratrol. It also contains Tiger Grass to repair the skin barrier and reduce surface damage. Chamomile heals sun damage while hydrating your skin. 

For best results, use this deeply nourishing cream each morning, and MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Face Serum at night. Our serum features anti-ageing botanicals like CBD and Rose Oil, and is packed with richly moisturising Vitamin E for deep hydration. CBD is a serious antioxidant and has clinically supported anti-inflammatory effects. Keep inflammaging signs like wrinkles, dark spots, and sagging at bay!

You are what you eat

A diet rich in antioxidants can do wonders to bring down inflammation and preserve your skin’s collagen. Healthy omega-3 fatty acids are equally known for their anti-inflammatory properties. Try and eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, such as berries, leafy greens, and sweet potatoes. A good rule of thumb is to taste the rainbow, as each colour of produce offers different antioxidant and nutrition benefits. 

Get your fatty acids in with oily fish like salmon, mackerel, and tuna, or with shellfish - think prawns, oysters, and crabs. Vegetarian sources include walnuts, chia seeds, seaweed, and flaxseed. Hemp seeds are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, and MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil is made of organic CBD in 100% pure hemp seed oil. It’s a convenient, vegan-friendly supplement, with the added benefits of CBD. 

Sweet dreams

Getting a good night’s sleep can be easier said than done. But it’s one of the best things you can do for your skin and your overall health. Sleep is when your body and mind get to heal, process, and reset for the next day. Try to wind down at the same time each night with a bedtime routine. This signals to your body that it’s time to rest. If you’re struggling with insomnia, natural remedies like melatonin or MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil can relax your mind and calm your emotions for a soothing sleep. 

Tempering emotional stress 

Stress is the enemy of good health and good skin. So the last thing you want to do is get tense about that pimple or wrinkle! Even Rihanna has bad skin days sometimes, and inflammaging - or any other issue you’re facing in life - is hardly the end of the world. Working on practises like five-minute meditations, bullet journalling, and breathing exercises can help you manage everyday stress. If you’re dealing with anxiety, CBD is proven to be an effective natural remedy. While each person’s response to emotional stress is individual, you should never be afraid to seek professional treatment. 

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Set your water alarm

By now, you should know that drinking enough water makes everything better - from your digestion, to your energy levels and skin. Just in case you still have trouble drinking a couple of litres of fluids each day, we have some ideas. If you simply forget to drink water, an alarm on your phone or an eye-catching water bottle might help you remember. For those who just don’t like plain water, make it a point to have your favourite tea or flavour drops on hand at all times. And if you prefer to drink sparkling water or club soda? We’re not here to judge. 

Inflammaging practically rhymes with “intimidating.” But it doesn’t have to be. When your mind and body are in a healthy relationship, your skin will reflect it, too. MUKOOMI CBD skincare works with you to find that balance, so you can get off the tightrope of chronic inflammation. 

Sat, Jan 22, 22

Flakes, Pores, and More: A Handy Guide to Textured Skin

Texture can be a beautiful thing. You definitely want texture in your soft wool sweaters and your crispy pizza. In your hair, texturising spray looks fabulous. But do you want it to show up on your skin? 

The truth is, no one's skin actually looks like an Instagram filter. Even teenage influencers have pores, blemishes, and rough spots underneath it all. But what if you're not comparing your skin to the unrealistic standards of social media? What if your skin used to be plump and smooth, and now is a mosaic of different textures?

Bumpy skin can appear for many reasons. It might be down to acne, sun damage, or psoriasis. However, one common factor that comes to us all is age. As the elasticity of our skin breaks down, it starts to sag and become rough. Then there are the myriad hormonal shifts of perimenopause and menopause that can start as early as your mid-30s and last for years.

But why exactly do we get an uneven skin texture as we age? Let's start by understanding what textured skin is. 

What is textured skin?

Healthy skin has a smooth, supple appearance and a bouncy feel. That means the skin's elastin and collagen have not degraded. It also indicates that the skin has plentiful hydration and is well moisturised.

On the other hand, textured skin does not have all these elements in balance and abundance. It can be dry and rough, with uneven patches and a thick feel. Dry skin texture shows up as ashiness and flaky patches that can shed like snakeskin, while oily skin has an orange-peel texture with enlarged pores. Bumps, including milia, acne, and pustules, are often a cry for help from your skin, and indicate an underlying cause to the uneven texture. 

What causes textured skin?

You’re not an orange, nor a snake. So why should your skin resemble either? The reasons for uneven skin are myriad, and it might be easier to ask what doesn’t cause bumpy skin texture. Too dry, too oily, too old or young or hormonal - skin texture doesn’t discriminate. 

Texture occurs when dead skin cells build up on your face and create blockages and bumps. Clogged pores then flare up into pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads. Congested skin looks dull or red, and acne can lead to scarring, further impacting the texture of your skin. 

Dehydration is a common cause of bumpy skin on the face - and make no mistake, it can affect oily complexions! Whereas oily skin is the result of excess sebum, hydration comes from the water that plumps up your skin, both from within your body and from the air. 

Environmental factors play a role in textured skin, too. Besides moisture, pollution and free radicals in the air can irritate skin and exacerbate conditions like psoriasis and eczema. Plus, they cause oxidative stress, which over time depletes the amount of collagen and elastin in the skin. That’s why as you age, your cheeks don’t just start to sag, but develop uneven skin textures as well. Sun damage is another contributor to the breakdown of your skin’s firm texture. 

How to improve skin texture?

Clearly, bumps and patches can plague anyone, and the reasons behind it are as diverse as the different varieties of textured skin. So how can you improve skin texture? Here are some tips that won’t just boost the health of your skin, but will contribute to your overall wellness. 

Buff, polish, and peel

Exfoliating is a crucial step to remove the layer of dead skin that collects and clogs pores. Beware of harsh scrubs that have large granules, as these result in microtears that can actually make skin texture worse. Instead, choose a gentle, finely ground scrub that melts on the skin, like a sugar scrub. 

For the mildest experience, you can skip physical exfoliation altogether. Go for an acid formula that dissolves the gluey substance holding dead skin cells together. If your skin is used to acid and you want to take it to the next level, there's always the option of a professional chemical peel.

Don’t skip the SPF 

Enjoy the sunshine with some protection. Use a moisturiser with SPF to easily add to your routine, or a mineral sunscreen. Make sure to choose at least SPF 30.


Make friends with oils

Although you may have oily skin, facial oils can still help your skin retain a smooth texture. Applied as the last step of your skincare routine, oils seal in hydration and deeply moisturise. 

MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil is made with 100% organic CBD in pure hemp seed oil. Hemp seed oil is non-comedogenic, meaning it won't clog pores. CBD regulates the production of sebum, balancing both dry and oily skin for a smooth, even texture. Apply it to flaky, dry patches for an extra hit of moisture. 

Call it quits

It's easier said than done. But smoking isn't just detrimental for your lungs; it takes a huge toll on your skin. The free radicals from smoke rapidly break down your skin's natural firmness and constrict blood supply. While it isn’t exactly breaking news that smoking is bad for your health, textured skin is just one more good reason to cut down on the cigarettes. 


Textured skin needs plenty of moisture to make it plump and soft. Even if you struggle with oily skin, skipping the moisturiser puts you at risk of dehydrating your skin. A good moisturiser also protects skin from the elements - like MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Face Cream. Tiger Grass repairs the skin’s natural barrier and reduces scarring, while antioxidant-rich Japanese Knotweed fights free radical damage.  

Glow up

Vitamin C has fast become a skincare staple ingredient. This antioxidant fights free radical damage and boosts collagen production, giving a smoothening effect and glowing look to textured skin. Try a vitamin C serum or moisturiser in the morning for maximum benefits - and be careful not to mix it with acid peels, niacinamide, or retinol products.

Start from within

Nothing you put on your skin is a substitute for what you put inside your body. Your largest organ grows healthy and strong from the nutrition you feed it, so pay attention to your diet. If you’re eating a lot of processed foods, it can increase the inflammation in your body and your skin. Skin texture is often a symptom of other issues such as poor gut health, so a switch in diet can go a long way. 

Opt for foods that are rich in antioxidants, such as berries, beans, leafy greens, dark chocolate, and orange vegetables like carrots and sweet potatoes. Reducing deep-fried dishes, dairy, and sugar helps to decrease free radical damage and inflammation. And omega-3 fatty acids are crucial for a healthy gut and glowing skin; find them in seafood like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and oysters. Tinned versions are easy and inexpensive to prepare. 

For vegans, walnuts and flaxseeds are a good source of omega-3. MUKOOMI CBD Hemp Oil packs in a perfect balance of both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, from pure hemp seed oil. 

Related Post: Eight CBD Salad Dressings to Help You Eat Your Greens

There are so many “magical” products out there that claim to solve skin texture. The truth is, textured skin is unique and individual to each person. So don’t be discouraged if someone else’s quick fix doesn’t work for you! Keep trying 

Sat, Jan 22, 22

この冬は悲しいですか? CBDは季節性うつ病と戦うことができます





季節性感情障害は、穏やかから中等度のうつ病の一種です。特に長い冬の月には、日光への曝露不足によってもたらされています。あなたの体の概日リズムが変わる、そしてホルモンの生産が影響を受けます。睡眠ホルモンメラトニンが不規則になる間、陽性感情に関連しているセロトニン - 減少する。この季節のシフトは、他のマインドアンドボディ機能のホストでの応答も引き起こす可能性があります。




  • あまりにも眠ります
  • 食欲の変化
  • ケーキ、ヌードル、ジャガイモなどの炭水化物に富む食物を渇望する
  • 体重の増加
  • 疲労や低エネルギー






悲しい試合の試合はあなたのゲームから不安を感じさせることができます。 不安のためのCBD あなたの心の状態を向上させることができる落ち着いた効果を持つことはよく知られています。複数の研究は、不安を低下させたCBD消費量をリンクしています。研究はまた、CBDが鬱病を軽減するのを助けることができること、悲しいの症状を定義するのを助けることができる。季節のうつ病はセロトニンの減少の関数であるため、CBDはこの本質的な気分安定化ホルモンのバランスをとるように機能するので特に効果的であるかもしれません。

実際、CBDはあなたの全身のバランスをとるように機能します。 CBDは、ECS、またはエンドコナビノイドシステムに直接作用します。ホルモン、気分、体温、脳機能などを調整するセルシグナル伝達ネットワーク。あなたの心と体が変化する季節に調整しようとしているとき、CBDはプロセスをより簡単にすることができます。






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SADの深刻な原因は、日光の暴露の欠如のために十分なビタミンDを得ることはできません。悲しい前に、秋のシーズンからサプリメントを入手することを始めることをお勧めします。ビタミンDは脂溶性であるので、あなたの体はそれを貯蔵します - そしてそれは食事の後に最もよく取っています。新しいサプリメントを始める前に医師に相談してください。


就寝前の少なくとも30分前に巻き上げる点にしてください。それは、仕事、スクリーンタイム、ヘビーフード、カフェイン、アルコールを切り取ることを意味します - 平和的な睡眠を妨げることができるすべてのこと。代わりに、ハーブティーと良い本を楽しんでください。ジャーナル内の数行をスケッチまたは書き込む。簡単なもののように、なだめるようなスキンケアルーチンでリラックス 丸み 麻CBDナイトケアライン。 Rose Quartz Face Massagerと同様に、脱脂血清と豊かで抗酸化担持肌の血清を備えています。


多分あなたの家族は今年あな​​たの有名なクリスマスクッキーを焼くためにあなたに圧力をかけません、そしてあなたの同僚は屋外会議を受け入れるでしょう。たぶん友達があなたの冬のジョギングバディになるためにステップアップするでしょう。すべてのクリスマスプレゼントが木の下にあるわけではありません - いくつかはちょうど優しさの行為です。




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Fri, Dec 17, 21

Anxiety is the New Normal. Is CBD Our New Cure?

For most of us, stress seems like an inescapable part of life. There’s the pressure of building a career that is supposed to express your passion while also paying your rent. There’s the juggle between your work, family and friends, kids and pets, and having a thriving social life. Add in your own hobbies and self-care - including exercise, healthy meals, and a good night’s sleep - and it can feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day.

The ongoing pandemic has only laid on more layers of stress to our lives. Negotiating working from home along with childcare and remote education; monitoring the health of yourself and your loved ones; keeping track of constantly changing rules about what’s open and where you can go; all on top of the social isolation that comes with spending more time at home than ever.

It’s a toxic cocktail that is damaging our health and wellness by causing us to live in a state of anxiety. Your body’s fear response is best designed for an immediate threat - like coming across a venomous snake. That brief, intense reaction is followed by exhaustion as your body recalibrates to a normal response. But when fear and stress become chronic, as they do in a two-year pandemic, it can lead to anxiety. Our minds and bodies are overloaded and fatigued, yet in “high-alert” mode due to the uncertainties we still face. So if you’ve never dealt with anxiety like this before, you’re not alone.

woman in stress

Different Types of Anxiety

Anxiety doesn’t manifest in only one way, and can look different on each person depending on what kind of anxiety disorder they might have. There are various types of anxiety disorders that are medically recognised. Broadly speaking, anxiety is a response of excessive fear or worry to the point where it becomes debilitating.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Generalised anxiety is not related to any specific event. Those who have GAD struggle with an “umbrella” feeling of anxiety and fear during everyday living, which can make it challenging to do ordinary things.

Social Anxiety Disorder

This type of anxiety occurs when sufferers are faced with social situations and public interactions. Whether it’s a party, a meeting, or a date, it can become a fearful experience.


Phobias are aversions and fears towards a particular event, situation, or object. These can range from common phobias like fear of heights, to very specific ones.

Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are a serious fear response that arise as a result of anxiety. Symptoms include hyperventilating, nausea, dizziness, heart palpitations, and chest pain - which is why panic attacks bear a resemblance to heart attacks.

stressed woman

What does research say about CBD and anxiety?

Lots of people who suffer from anxiety have reported life-changing results after using CBD oil. For those who are averse to traditional tranquiliser medications, CBD oil for stress provides an alternative that is free from harmful or debilitating side effects. Besides being a safer choice for most people, using CBD for anxiety is not just based on anecdotal evidence.

New research suggests that taking CBD can have a measurable impact on brain scans. CBD binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors, which might trigger a boost in serotonin - the “happiness” hormone. While serotonin has at least 14 different receptors, CBD binds to those that have the greatest impact on anxiety. When administered to rats, CBD has shown a decrease in anxiety. Yet despite this mind-altering potential, CBD doesn’t get you high.

Does CBD oil help stress and anxiety?

CBD oil for stress has become a popular therapy: It’s natural, friendly to the environment and to your body, and a relatively safe experimental option. But even though CBD is everywhere nowadays, it’s still a very new phenomenon - and in most places, CBD was not even legal until recently. That’s why the research into CBD oil for stress, although promising, is still a work in progress.

Still, the body of evidence is mounting, as several small-scale studies now support the link between CBD and reduced stress and anxiety. What’s more, CBD is proven to have an effect on the endocannabinoid system, or ECS. The ECS is a system of cell-signaling receptors that run through the central and peripheral nervous system. This system includes the cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2.

The ECS is responsible for regulating a host of bodily systems and functions, such as immune response, internal temperature, memory and cognition, and pain response. CBD helps the ECS to maintain a delicate equilibrium across all these different systems. Hormones such as serotonin, for example, are better regulated when the ECS is doing its job. CBD can bring your body and mind into an optimal balance, so the effects of anxiety and stress are minimised.


Is CBD a safe alternative for medications?

Thus far, CBD has not been associated with any serious side effects. It is not considered a harmful or addictive drug by the World Health Organisation, and there are no documented cases of addiction or overdose. Those who have an intolerance to hemp products should avoid CBD. For those with nut and seed allergies, proceed with caution when using CBD oil and always check labels thoroughly.

For most people, however, CBD oil is a safe alternative. It’s even safer than prescription psychiatric drugs, which have been known to cause adverse reactions in the brain. Anxiety is a complicated condition with a host of contributing factors, ranging from genetics to sleep patterns. Because of its effects on the ECS, CBD works in your body to maintain a balance, rather than addressing only a single aspect of stress and anxiety.

The most dangerous aspect of CBD products currently on the market is the lack of industry regulation. Ensure the quality of your CBD purchase by looking for a Certificate of Analysis - something every reputable brand should provide. If it’s your first time, start slow with a drop or two of CBD at a time and observe the effects you feel.

woman using CBD oil

How to Use CBD Oil

If you want to use CBD oil for stress, it’s easy to incorporate into your everyday life. Unlike a pill, you don’t have to monitor dosages and times strictly, making it a convenient and less intimidating solution. Here’s how you can seamlessly add CBD to your daily routine:

MUKOOMI Hemp CBD skincare features the calming properties of CBD for your skin as well as your mental and emotional health. Keep it fuss-free with our minimal yet effective line of products.

A few drops of organic MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil in 100% pure hemp seed oil is a soothing addition to your morning coffee. Or your afternoon latte, or your evening tea. With CBD, it’s all up to you.

Incorporate MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil into your meals with these simple salad dressing recipes.

These are just a few ways to bring CBD into your life. CBD is absorbed through digestion and through the skin, so get creative and use it according to your needs. Athletes swear by CBD massages to get over injuries, while pet parents administer it to their furry loved ones during thunderstorms. A couple of drops before a job interview, or simply to give yourself a breather in the middle of a stressful day - the beauty of CBD is its ability to be with you, wherever you are.

Fri, Dec 03, 21

Is CBD the Future of “Anti-Ageing” Skincare?

Age comes for us all in the end. In a culture obsessed with looking younger by any means necessary, wiping out wrinkles is a priority. This leads some people to choose surgical procedures like facelifts, or rely on Botox and fillers. Others draw the line at treatments: chemical peels and facials can keep skin looking youthful.

Although there’s nothing wrong with wanting to display a younger appearance and using intensive means to achieve it, there is no substitute for daily anti-ageing products. Prevention is always better than cure, and good anti-ageing skincare doesn’t just provide a cosmetic fix. It’s essential for the lasting health and wellness of your largest and most protective organ.

Must Read: Forty Plus? Here’s Why CBD is the Skincare Hero You Need

While ageing itself is far from a negative thing, the impact on your skin might tell a different story. As the years pass, our skin’s ability to generate collagen keeps decreasing, leading to sagging and wrinkles. Cells also become slower to renew themselves, meaning that sun damage, dark spots, and dullness start to accumulate as early as your 30s.

aged women

Even pop icon Cher can’t turn back time. So how can you ensure that you retain your healthy glow over the years? CBD anti-ageing products could be the answer. CBD works with your skin to naturally heal, protect, and regenerate, treating the most visible signs of ageing. CBD is an all-natural extract from the hemp plant that contains no psychoactive THC; instead it has all the powerful health-boosting properties of hemp, without the high. So what can CBD-infused products do for your face?

Learn More: Your Ultimate Guide to the CBD Terminology You Need to Know

What Causes Ageing?

To understand the role that CBD plays in anti-ageing, it’s important to first define what ageing is. Skin ageing is caused by both external and internal factors that take a toll from two directions. Internal factors are those that take place within your body, while external factors affect your skin from the outside. Although an unhealthy lifestyle and diet work internally, they contribute to external factors of ageing.

Internal factors

The skin systems that once kept you dewy and fresh with hardly any effort don’t last forever. Like how that greasy fried chicken bucket you would scarf down in your teens now gives you only heartburn and regret. As we grow older, our bodies become rusty and less efficient, or simply change their ways of working. Collagen production drops by about 1% per year after the age of 20, leading to thinner skin. Elastin, which gives a bouncy texture to young skin, also starts to degrade, and our oil glands are now less active, leaving behind dry, dehydrated skin.

External factors

After a while, exposure to the elements can cause wear and tear on your skin. Factors like pollution and even gravity can be hard to avoid. Others that are lifestyle-related, such as smoking or not eating vegetables, have a hugely damaging impact as we deprive our skin of the oxygen and nutrition it needs. UV damage can also cause our elastin to break down, meaning that too much sun exposure without adequate SPF causes wrinkles. Free radicals produced by your body also damage skin over time, and can be triggered by everything from smog to eating too much nitrate-loaded bacon. This oxidative stress takes a toll on your whole body, including the skin.

40+ woman

CBD for Anti-Ageing

What are the Anti-Aging Benefits of CBD for Skin?

CBD skincare products are super effective for preventing the visible signs of ageing because they combat both the internal and external factors simultaneously. CBD is packed with antioxidants that neutralise free radicals, protecting your skin from the elements. As a powerful anti-inflammatory, CBD reduces the reactions of your skin to everyday irritants like dirt, dust, and masks. CBD equally brings down any swelling and redness that result from lack of sleep, excess consumption of caffeine and alcohol, or any other lifestyle concerns that can be hard to avoid.

In terms of internal factors, CBD balances out your skin's natural sebum production. This causes your oil glands to secrete the higher level of moisture that ageing skin requires. CBD also slows the breakdown of collagen and improves moisture retention, which makes your skin look bouncy and glowing.

Basically, CBD has an impact on your body’s endocannabinoid system, or ECS. This complex signalling system pervades your cells, and is responsible for regulating everything from body temperature to hormones, digestion, and organ function. That’s why CBD is the ultimate natural healer for internal factors of ageing, while also keeping your body balanced against the external factors.

woman using cbd oil

Fighting Fine Lines and Wrinkles with CBD

CBD skincare gives a boost to the overall health of your skin, helping to stave off the signs of ageing. But it directly acts on wrinkles and fine lines, too. CBD is one of the most antioxidant-rich products available on the market, making it a heavyweight fighter against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress damages your fragile cells and manifests on your skin as dullness, fine lines, and wrinkles. MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil is made with organic CBD and 100% pure hemp oil, which hydrates and nourishes with vitamins E, A, and B-vitamins. This hemp oil sinks deep into your skin, tackling oxidative stress below the surface.

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How to Use CBD to Ensure Anti-Ageing?

CBD skincare products are easy to add to your daily routine without a lot of expense or time. Try our minimal twice-a-day skincare regimen, consisting of only two products. Use the antioxidant-packed Hemp CBD Hydrating Facial Toner in the morning. and follow up with the silky and luxurious Hemp CBD Face Cream, which is loaded with skin-plumping resveratrol from Japanese Knotweed. At night, the Hemp CBD Skin Serum and Hemp CBD Eye Serum glide on with a rich, moisturising formula made with botanical extracts. Treat your skin to our day/night routine here.

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CBD doesn’t require any costly procedures or harsh chemicals to show you visibly firmer and brighter skin. All it takes is care and consistency, as well as quality CBD skincare products, to give your skin a holistic defense against the signs of ageing. As we get older, our skin needs more gentle treatment than ever. CBD can support and soothe your skin, especially if you favour more invasive clinical therapies for anti-ageing. Even if CBD is your primary ageing solution, it’s a simple and effective choice.
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Eight CBD Salad Dressings to Help You Eat Your Greens

CBD is more than a wellness trend; it’s a lifestyle. Since CBD has holistic benefits for the mind and body, many people are now including this unique cannabinoid in their day-to-day lives. Derived from the stems and flowers of the hemp plant, CBD is an all-natural extract that can help regulate your bodily systems and functions. From calming your mood and reducing inflammation, to balancing your hormones, immune responses, and sleep cycles, CBD makes its presence felt throughout.

That’s because of a complex neural network called the endocannabinoid system, or ECS. The ECS is both central and peripheral, so its effects permeate to every cell. It does its best to keep the many functions and systems of our bodies in a stable state, known as homeostasis.

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And where does CBD come in here? CBD acts on ECS receptors, which in turn regulate a host of important happenings in the body. All of this is the science behind CBD's growing reputation as a solution for such a varied range of issues. MUKOOMI CBD skincare line, for instance, makes use of this star ingredient. Thanks to CBD's ability to balance out the skin's sebum production, our products are effective for both oily and dry complexions.

CBD for salad dressing

But you don't have to just apply CBD to improve the health of your skin. Dosing CBD can provide a boost to your entire ECS, giving you an inside-out glow and a feeling of general wellbeing. MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil, made with 100% organic CBD, has the added bonus of pure cold-pressed hemp seed oil. Expelled from the seeds of the hemp plant, this nutrient-rich oil is packed with omega fatty acids, vitamins E and C, iron, and B-vitamins.

So what could be healthier than adding some MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil to your daily diet? Pouring it on top of a fresh and delicious salad, of course! We’ve developed a range of recipes for salad dressings that make it easy to dose CBD hemp seed oil while also enjoying your vegetables. The nutty taste of pure hemp seed oil complements these salad dressings beautifully, while the healthy fats help your body absorb all those veggie vitamins. Bringing you CBD and nutrition, all in one colourful bowl.

Japanese Carrot Dressing


  • 1 carrot, diced
  • ½ onion, diced
  • 1-inch piece of ginger, peeled
  • 2 T. soy sauce
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • 1 tsp honey
  • ¼ c. rice vinegar
  • ¼ c. vegetable oil


Combine all ingredients except for the oil in a blender and blend to a puree. Slowly pour in the oil, blending little by little to incorporate. This tangy, sweet dressing is a Japanese-American restaurant staple that packs even more veggies into your salad.

Tahini Lemon Sauce


  • ⅓ c. tahini
  • One lemon, juiced
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • ½ tsp sugar
  • 1 clove garlic, minced


Combine ingredients in a bowl and stir until well combined. Thin out with whatever if required. Enjoy over a Middle Eastern-inspired salad with parsley, red onion, chickpeas, and bell peppers, or as a dip for falafel.

Tahini Lemon Sauce

Chimichurri (Argentinian Herb Vinaigrette)


  • 1 bunch parsley, chopped finely
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • ¼ c. olive oil
  • 1 tsp chilli flakes
  • ½ tsp black pepper
  • ½ tsp dried oregano
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 T. red wine vinegar


Combine all the ingredients together in a bowl and mix with a spoon. Chimichurri tastes best the next day when the flavours have a chance to mingle. This fresh green sauce is wonderful as a dressing for steak salad, and it livens up any grain bowl.


Gomae (Japanese Spinach Salad)


  • ¼ c. sesame seeds
  • 1 T. soy sauce
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • 1 tsp sugar


Grind the sesame seeds in a mortar and pestle to a coarse paste, about five minutes. Then simply mix with the other ingredients, and your gomae dressing is ready. Traditionally, it’s served over steamed or blanched spinach at room temperature - but feel free to experiment and make it your own!


Avocado & Wasabi Dressing


  • 1 ripe avocado
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • 1-2 drops of wasabi paste
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 T. water


Blend all the ingredients together into a pourable consistency. If you like your dressing thicker add less water, or you can thin it out with some extra lemon juice. This creamy, zingy dressing is perfect with grilled chicken and cucumber, or egg salad.

Honey Mustard Vinaigrette


  • ¼ c. apple cider vinegar
  • 1 T. dijon mustard
  • 2 T. honey
  • ¼ c. olive oil
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • Salt to taste


Combine ingredients in a bowl and whisk well until smooth. A simple honey mustard tastes great with beetroot, carrots, and cherry tomatoes. Add some salmon or white beans for a flavourful protein-packed meal.

Honey Mustard Vinaigrette

Spicy Peanut Sauce


  • ¼ c. natural peanut butter
  • 1 T. brown sugar or palm sugar
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 T. water
  • 1 tsp fish sauce
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • ½ tsp chilli flakes


Blend all the ingredients together. If your peanut butter already has added sugar, adjust the recipe accordingly. Try this Thai-inspired peanut sauce drizzled over a tofu rice bowl with lots of veggies, or as an accompaniment to fresh sliced mangoes.

Spicy Peanut Sauce

Fresh Citrus Vinaigrette


  • 1 orange, juiced
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • ¼ c. olive oil
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1 tsp MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil
  • Salt to taste
  • ¼ tsp black pepper
  • 2 T. apple cider vinegar


Combine all ingredients in a bowl and whisk together. A refreshing vinaigrette lifts the spirits of any greens, especially with fresh herbs like mint and thyme. Use this dressing as a marinade for grilled shrimp or fish, and you’ll have a gourmet seafood salad in minutes.

Fresh Citrus Vinaigrette

MUKOOMI Hemp CBD Oil is just one part of a healthy lifestyle. There is no “miracle product” that will cure all your ailments, improve your sleep cycle, and pay your taxes. But the pleasure of preparing and savouring a good meal can make you feel a lot better, even on a bad day. Who says salad can’t be soul food, too?

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