Maoli Nano Acne Fighting Cream formula:
Acne is the most common skin condition in humans. Most people deal with acne at some point in their lives, be it occasionally or on a daily basis
Sebum helps protect our skin from the outside world. However, it can mix with dead skin cells, dirt, or other pollutants and become trapped inside a pore. This clogged pore then becomes acne.
Many factors influence acne, including excess sebum production, hormonal imbalances, and genetics. Some other factors, such as diet, stress levels, and some medications, may also increase the severity of a person’s symptoms.
A 2014 study explored the effects of CBD on human sebocytes, which are the cells that create sebum. The researchers found that the CBD prevented these cells from creating too much of the oily sebum.
They also revealed that the CBD oil triggered an anti-inflammatory reaction in the cells and prevented inflammatory cytokines from activating. Cytokines may trigger acne, so reducing them may help prevent further breakouts.
A 2016 review of the cannabis plant highlighted its antibacterial and antifungal effects. These effects may help reduce infections from dirt and other pollutants on the skin.
While the initial results from these studies are promising, human trials are still lacking. For doctors to recommend CBD oil or cannabis products as part of an anti-acne skincare routine, studies in humans will need to provide direct evidence.
Ingredients: INDSCBD oil, Aloe Vera Juice, Calendula, Cucumber, Grape Seed oil, Moringa oil, Neem oil.
INDSCBD Oil Ingredients: Purified water, Broad Spectrum CBD oil, lipids, surfactants, fatty acids.
Cleanse the skin thoroughly before applying medication. Apply an even layer over affected area. Do not use on broken skin or large parts of the body. For best results apply one to three times per day.
For external use only:
Using other topical acne medications at the same time or immediately following use of this product may increase dryness or irritation of the skin. Because excessive drying of the skin may occur, start with one application daily, then gradually increase to two or three times daily if needed or as directed by a doctor. If bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to once per day. Do not use for prolonged periods without consulting a doctor. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, contact physician or poison control center immediately.
Research shows that aloe vera has certain characteristics that may make it effective in fighting acne. For instance, aloe vera gel is:
A person may use pure aloe vera cream instead of a traditional cleanser to prevent acne breakouts. This works because the antibacterial agents in aloe vera remove bacteria from the skin, reducing the risk of spots developing.
To treat existing acne, some people apply aloe vera to the affected area and leave it on overnight. It is important to wash it off in the morning.
When we talk about natural treatments for acne, we usually talk about tea tree oil. But the preparation of marigold petals known as calendula also has potent anti-inflammatory power for calendula.
Most of the clinical studies of calendula as a skin care treatment have been conducted in tropical countries, where moisture is seen as the missing factor when acne breaks out. Scientists at the Islamia University at Bahawalpur in Pakistan tested various formulations of calendula for moisturizing the skin and making it more elastic. They found that skin creams that contain about 4% calendula (1 part of calendula and 24 parts of a carrier oil) work best for making tight skin more flexible so both wrinkles and blemishes smooth out.
Skin researchers at the Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil tested calendula creams as a means of preventing damage to the skin caused by ultraviolet light. They found that two compounds in the herb, narcissin and rutin, help regenerate the antioxidant glutathione. In turn, glutathione stops some of the inflammatory reactions that damage the skin when it has been exposed to UV light. On the other hand, calendula did not interfere with the action of an enzyme called gelatinase, which helps the skin get rid of damaged cells so it can replace them.
And although it is not directly related to the ability of calendula to treat acne, it is worth mentioning that calendula creams and gels are as helpful as aloe vera when it comes to treating burns. Scientists at the Amala Cancer Research Centre in India conducted experiments that found that plant chemicals in calendula seem to help the skin use the amino acid hydroxyproline, which appears in the connective tissue around which it builds new skin. Calendula reduces whole-body stress after a burn and accelerates the healing of a wound, but the effects may take several days to be noticeable.
A past review suggests that cucumbers can have a soothing effect on the skin, reducing irritation, swelling, and pain. Hence, they can potentially relieve inflammation specifically associated with acne.
In the case of acne, “inflammation develops within the oil gland and follicle, leading to red, angry bumps in the skin,” explains Dr. Zeichner. When acne develops deep within the skin, “a cyst may develop and become filled with oil. If the cyst wall ruptures and the oil becomes exposed to the deeper skin layers, a robust inflammatory reaction often occurs,” he says.
How can cucumbers help?
“Cucumbers have skin soothing and hydrating benefits, so if your skin is inflamed from acne, cucumbers may offer a modest calming benefit,” notes Zeichner. But he warns that they’re not effective at treating the underlying pimples.
Here’s how to reap the benefits: "Make a paste by blending one small cucumber and 1 cup of oatmeal," says Dr. Cook-Bolden. Mix 1 teaspoon [tsp] of this paste with 1 tsp of yogurt and apply it to your face. Leave it on for 30 minutes, and then rinse.
Grape Seed Oil:
If you’re prone to breakouts or just want to improve your skin tone, consider grapeseed oil as a first line of defense to keep skin clear.
If your skin has unbalanced oil production — meaning it gets saturated with oil in some areas and stays overly dry in others — grapeseed oil’s linoleic acid can mimic the sebum that your glands naturally produce. This can give your skin a more even, glowing appearance
Older research suggests that decreased levels of linoleic acid can be a direct cause of acne inflammation. In theory, boosting your linoleic acid levels might help reduce your risk for inflammation.
Moringa oil is great for fighting acne because it helps to purify your skin. It also helps protect your skin from absorbing dirt and germs. Linoleic acid is a key ingredient in natural acne treatments and this is found in Moringa oil naturally!
Most studies examining the benefits of neem oil have been performed in vitro or on animals, so human research is limited. However, our experts suggest that its components may make it a beneficial acne treatment.
Kills bacteria and fungus: "Neem oil has antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory benefits–all good properties to look for to combat acne," says Lu and Fu. "However, no studies have been conducted that have tested this ingredient topically to treat acne. Based on the data we can gather, we’d say it’s a good ingredient to complement your acne product, but not one to replace." Guanche agrees: "A common complication with oily skin is that too much oil can clog pores and cause pimples," she explains. "Given the myriad of benefits contained within neem oil, it may actually help prevent breakouts thanks to its antibacterial properties, and reduce the appearance of breakouts as it is anti-inflammatory." Which bring us to our next point…
Reduces inflammation: The anti-inflammatory effects of neem oil are particularly helpful when healing inflammatory acne, as it slows down the body’s response to react to acne-causing bacteria. A little science background: The condition of acne occurs when too much sebum—or oil—is produced by the sebaceous glands that rest at the ends of each of our pores. If these glands are pumping too much oil through the pores, it can become clogged. The acne symptoms start to form when debris, like dead skin cells, also get stuck in the pores and the combination forms bacteria called P. acnes. Inflammatory acne occurs when the body recognizes this bacteria and sends white blood cells to attack it, much like it would in the event of a cold or a cut, in an effort to heal the area. By curbing the body’s inflammatory response, breakouts can be less prevalent and may not pop up at all if neem oil is used as a regular part of your skincare routine, even if you already have oily skin.
Fights free radicals: A 2016 study found that azadirachtin and nimbolide, which are both found in neem oil, fight and and reduce free radicals that are harmful to the health of the skin. This can be especially helpful for anyone struggling to reduce the appearance of acne scars or the hyperpigmentation that results form scarring, as antioxidants can repair the skin’s cells.
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All about CannaBinoiDs
Hemp/Cannabis has been used by civilizations all over the world for
thousands of years. The history of this plant goes as far back as 12,000 B.C.E. Written language developed on hemp paper, the first woven clothes were made of hemp fiber, and modern medicine evolved from extractions of hemp flowers. CBD is non-psychoactive. Scientific and clinical research suggests CBD’s potential as a treatment for arthritis, diabetes, alcoholism, MS, chronic pain, schizophrenia, PTSD, depression, antibiotic-resistant infections, epilepsy, and otherneurological disorders.
How could CannaBinoiDs work?
The human body’s EndoCannabinoid System produces naturally occurring cannabinoids, Anadamide and 2-AG(2-atachidonoylglycerol), which stimulate the body’s
cannabinoid receptors. Cannabinoid receptors (CB1, CB2, TRPV1, TRPA1 and TRPV4) are present on multiple cell types in the human skin (fibroblasts, keratinocytes, immune cells, neurons, subcutaneous fat cells and muscle layers). These receptors engage in “retrograde signaling,” that inhibits immune response, reduces inflammation, relaxes muscles, lowers blood pressure, increases blood flow and normalizes over-stimulated nerves. In the epidermis, CBD inhibits keratinocyte proliferation, decreases keratinization and suppresses cornified envelope formation, promotes epidermal differentiation, and inhibits proliferation of keratinocytes. Studies have also shown CBD can improve reduced barrier function, increase hydration, reduce moisture loss, inhibit dermal fibrosis, suppress UV-B induced skin damage, and decrease inflammation.