For a long time, my skin did not react well to most face oils, but there's something about the e.l.f. Cosmetics 100MG hemp-derived CBD Facial Oil ($18) that Full ingredient list and product info for e.l.f. Cosmetics – 100 MG CBD Body Oil. Indulge in a sense of calm while you rejuvenate your skin. This body oil… e.l.f. 100 Mg Cbd Facial Oil ingredients explained: Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, C13-15 Alkane, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sclerocarya Birrea (Marula) Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Pcr Hemp Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Fragrance
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For a long time, my skin did not react well to most face oils, but there’s something about the e.l.f. Cosmetics 100MG hemp-derived CBD Facial Oil ($18) that makes my complexion so happy. Turns out, hemp-derived CBD was the secret to balancing out my skin and soothing redness. Better still, the marula and grapeseed oils act as a silky buffer that doesn’t clog my pores (or stain my pillowcases, a big win in my book).
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e.l.f. Cosmetics – 100 MG CBD Body Oil
Indulge in a sense of calm while you rejuvenate your skin. This body oil is enriched with 100 mg CBD plus Marula and Grapeseed oils to moisturize, soothe, and soften skin while providing a radiant glow. The luxurious formula quickly absorbs into your skin, delivering instant nourishment and blissful vibes. Massage a few drops of oil into clean, dry skin and bask in its calming and invigorating fragrance, infused with notes of chamomile and Japanese citrus to reawaken your senses.
Full Ingredient List
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, C13-15 Alkane, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sclerocarya Birrea (Marula) Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, PCR Hemp Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Fragrance
About the Brand
Eyes Lips Face, also known as e.l.f. Cosmetics, is an American-based cosmetics brand founded by Joseph Shamah and Scott Vincent Borba. The company’s vision is to empower and educate women to play in innovation without sacrificing their budget, and so offers a complete line of makeup and professional tools–all at an extreme value price.
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Sunflower does not need a big intro as you probably use it in the kitchen as cooking oil, or you munch on the seeds as a healthy snack or you adore its big, beautiful yellow flower during the summer – or you do all of these and probably even more. And by even more we mean putting it all over your face as sunflower oil is one of the most commonly used plant oils in skincare.
It’s a real oldie: expressed directly from the seeds, the oil is used not for hundreds but thousands of years. According to The National Sunflower Association, there is evidence that both the plant and its oil were used by American Indians in the area of Arizona and New Mexico about 3000 BC. Do the math: it’s more than 5000 years – definitely an oldie.
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Our intro did get pretty big after all (sorry for that), so let’s get to the point finally: sunflower oil – similar to other plant oils – is a great emollient that makes the skin smooth and nice and helps to keep it hydrated. It also protects the surface of the skin and enhances the damaged or irritated skin barrier. Leslie Bauman notes in Cosmetic Dermatology that one application of sunflower oil significantly speeds up the recovery of the skin barrier within an hour and sustains the results 5 hours after using it.
It’s also loaded with fatty acids (mostly linoleic (50-74%) and oleic (14-35%)). The unrefined version (be sure to use that on your skin!) is especially high in linoleic acid that is great even for acne-prone skin. Its comedogen index is 0, meaning that it’s pretty much an all skin-type oil.
Truth be told, there are many great plant oils and sunflower oil is definitely one of them.
A biodegradable emollient that gives a fresh gliding sensation and a powdery after feel. It works well with all kinds of oils including natural and silicone oils.
The emollient plant oil that comes from almonds. Similar to other plant oils, it is loaded with skin-nourishing fatty acids (oleic acid – 55-86% and linoleic acid 7-35%) and contains several other skin goodies such as antioxidant vitamin E and vitamin B versions.
It’s a nice, basic oil that is often used due to its great smoothing, softening and moisturizing properties. It’s also particularly good at treating dry brittle nails (source).
A super common emollient that makes your skin feel nice and smooth. It comes from coconut oil and glycerin, it’s light-textured, clear, odorless and non-greasy. It’s a nice ingredient that just feels good on the skin, is super well tolerated by every skin type and easy to formulate with. No wonder it’s popular.
If you have an interest in elephants and Africa, you have probably heard of elephants getting drunk from the fruit of the Marula tree. Though this seems to be only a legend, what is true is that the Marula fruit is really nice (and elephants do love to eat it) and there is a stone in it with several oil-rich kernels inside.
So the Marula oil – similar to many other plant oils – is a really nice nourishing and moisturizing oil that can improve skin hydration and smoothness and it can even reduce skin redness. It’s traditionally used in South Africa to massage babies with and as a body lotion for face, feet, and hands.
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As for its composition, it’s loaded with skin goodies: it’s very rich in fatty acids, including oleic (73%), palmitic (15%), and linoleic (9%) acids. It also contains some natural antioxidants, including Vitamin E and the oil shows an outstanding oxidative stability.
If you have dry skin that needs some pampering, Marula oil is a good choice.
Also-called: Olive Fruit Oil | What-it-does: antioxidant, emollient, perfuming | Irritancy: 0 | Comedogenicity: 0-2
You probably know olive oil from the kitchen as a great and healthy option for salad dressing but it’s also a great and healthy option to moisturize and nourish the skin, especially if it’s on the dry side.
Similar to other emollient plant oils, it’s loaded with nourishing fatty acids: oleic is the main component (55-83%), and also contains linoleic (3.5-20%) and palmitic acids (7-20%). It also contains antioxidant polyphenols, tocopherols (types of vitamin E) and carotenoids and it’s one of the best plant sources of skin-identical emollient, Squalene.
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Overall, a great option for dry skin but less so for acne-prone or damaged skin.
A goodie plant oil coming from the polyphenol-rich seeds of the grape. It’s a light emollient oil that makes your skin feel smooth and nice and also contains a bunch of good-for-the-skin stuff. It’s a great source of antioxidant polyphenols, barrier repair fatty acid linoleic acid (about 55-77%, while oleic acid is about 12-27%) and antioxidant, skin-protectant vitamin E.
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It’s the most commonly used version of pure vitamin E in cosmetics. You can read all about the pure form here. This one is the so-called esterified version.
According to famous dermatologist, Leslie Baumann while tocopheryl acetate is more stable and has a longer shelf life, it’s also more poorly absorbed by the skin and may not have the same awesome photoprotective effects as pure Vit E.
Exactly what it sounds: nice smelling stuff put into cosmetic products so that the end product also smells nice. Fragrance in the US and parfum in the EU is a generic term on the ingredient list that is made up of 30 to 50 chemicals on average (but it can have as much as 200 components!).
If you are someone who likes to know what you put on your face then fragrance is not your best friend – there’s no way to know what’s really in it.
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Also, if your skin is sensitive, fragrance is again not your best friend. It’s the number one cause of contact allergy to cosmetics. It’s definitely a smart thing to avoid with sensitive skin (and fragrance of any type – natural is just as allergic as synthetic, if not worse!).