The Magic of CBD in the Spa

Ways to add CBD to your spa menu 

The magic and glory of Cannabidiol (CBD) from Hemp is a fountain of youth that your body will respond to in shocking and exciting ways through receptors that exist in your body known as the Endocannabinoid System or ECS. Two ECS receptors called CB1 and CB2, receive the CBD molecule and turn it into proteins called Anandamide and 2-AG. The increased flow of these proteins in your bloodstream creates homeostasis in your physiological systems, reducing inflammation in the body. 

Spa owners and aestheticians can incorporate CBD into their services in various ways that will help the consumer achieve greater results and faster healing times.   

The FDA does not currently allow any manufacturers of CBD to make any claims about the efficacy of the plant. Still, thousands of studies are available online through various Universities around the globe.  

CBD can be made in three ways. The best of which is defined as “Full Spectrum,” meaning seven different Cannabidiol molecules that include the Hemp version of THC, “Broad Spectrum,” which is six molecules sans the THC molecule, and “Isolate,” which means just the CBD molecule. The effectiveness of CBD in your body is incumbent on the milligram count and which type of CBD you are using.  

“CBD topically and orally will combat acne by reducing the inflammation in the skin.”

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Fred Sahafi
Sahafi@lneonline.com

Dr. Fred Sahafi, our cosmetic surgeon, is board certified by the International Board of Cosmetic surgery and is a member of the American Academy Of Cosmetic Surgery and American Academy of Esthetic Medicine. He has performed more than 25,000 cosmetic procedures and has now utilized his experience to create skincare products that maximize beauty, health and fitness results in his patient’s value.