CBD Foot Regenerating Serum with CBD with Tea Tree Scent
Hemp Foot Serum with CBD:
- is a natural cosmetic product
- contains a certified full-spectrum CBD extract
- contains tea tree oil
- is offered in a less-waste glass container
Serum with CBD and Tea Tree Oil for beautiful feet
Let your feet carry you into the world! If you feel you need to intensively regenerate, nourish and soothe the skin of your feet, our concentrated Serum, full of various kinds of natural butters and oils will make you feel like you’ve had a professional pedicure in no time. The rich formula based on unrefined shea butter, combined with grape and olive oils, brings an immediate effect of deep hydration. Thanks to a formula, rich in emollients as well as cupuacu and cacao butter, your feet quickly regain optimal nourishment, are smoother, perfectly replenished and ready to carry you for the next few days.
Our flagship ingredient, CBD, combined with tea tree oil and field mint, takes care of the regeneration of any wounds, irritations, abrasions or corns and, at the same time, has antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. The product is suitable for normal foot skin, but also in the case of fungal problems, psoriasis or hypersensitivity to poor-quality footwear. Thanks to the cream’s dense and rich texture, it pleasantly embraces your feet and you can feel it on the skin for a long time – the herbal fragrance also has slightly cooling properties, so our cream can be used even during hot weather.
Foot Serum with CBD – Ingredients:
Aqua – Water
Butyrospermum Parkii Butter – Shea Butter. A natural ingredient derived from the African shea tree. It is one of the most popular and most common natural emollients in the range of cosmetics with replenishing effect. Shea butter is used in many areas of care, because it leaves a protective film. It also adds shine and nourishes your hair and nails.
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride. Obtained from coconut oil and glyceride. An emollient considered to belong to the range of oily ingredients – it creates an occlusive layer on the surface of the skin, and thus protects the epidermis against water evaporation and indirectly contributes to maintaining proper hydration level. In addition, it improves product application, by making the product texture more oily, and facilitates the dissolution of other ingredients. It clearly softens the skin. It’s approved for use by organisations certifying natural cosmetics.
Glycerin. Also referred to as trihydric alcohol. It affects the texture of cosmetics and prevents them from drying out. Glycerin has very small molecules – that’s why it easily penetrates deep into the epidermis and facilitates the transport of other active substances. Glycerin is not harmful in any way – it is neutral for your skin. It increases skin elasticity, making it smooth. Moisturises the skin thanks to its hygroscopic properties. Improves the appearance of the skin. Accelerates regenerative processes.
Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil – Sweet Almond Oil. It contains high levels of vitamins A, E and D as well as unsaturated fatty acids, such as oleic and linoleic acids. This oil works well for all skin types, but is best for dry, sensitive and problematic skin, such as atopic skin, or in the case of psoriatic lesions. It is a natural emollient protecting the skin’s hydrolipidic layer. It smooths out and nourishes the skin, protects it from water evaporation and at the same time gently improves skin texture and moisturises it.
Olea Europaea Husk Oil – Olive Husk Oil. A natural source of squalene, an emollient with a versatile replenishing and protective effect. It has additional regenerating, smoothing and elasticizing properties. Besides, this oil helps keep the skin appropriately hydrated.
Olea Europaea Oil – Olive Oil A valuable source of vitamins A, B, C, E and F as well as antioxidants. Olive oil shows great conditioning properties and is one of the most versatile ingredients. Among other things, it provides a barrier protecting the skin and replenishes it, at the same time supporting it in the fight against irritation or damage. It soothes and alleviates allergy symptoms – it’s extremely effective in regenerating the skin after dermatological treatments or in people suffering from eczema, AD or psoriasis. Olive oil is a natural antioxidant. It protects the skin against water loss and is especially recommended for use in children and newborns.
Urea. A substance obtained synthetically, yet naturally occurring in the human body, excreted with urine. Urea can easily penetrate through deeper skin layers. It is an ingredient used in products for extremely dry, sensitive, dehydrated skin types, as well as for use in the case of dermatological problems, such as eczema, psoriasis or atopic dermatitis – only in concentrations of up to 10% it shows softening and strong moisturising properties
Glyceryl stearate citrate. A plant-based emulsifier with skin-softening properties. It is also a stabilizer of the cosmetic product’s formula.
Glyceryl stearate SE. An oily emollient that forms a protective layer on the skin, protecting it against external factors. It is a texture stabilizer.
Ricinus Communis Seed Oil – Castor oil. One of the oils known in skin and hair care since ancient times. It was used as early as the times of Ancient Egypt and considered “miraculous”. It has a replenishing and protective effect and is an excellent base for creating cosmetics, as it adheres to the skin really well. Besides, it softens your hair, skin and nails.
Theobroma Grandiflorum Seed Butter – Cupuacu Butter. Literally, cupuacu means “white cacao”, because the butter obtained resembles the texture of white chocolate. Thisbutter has a strong regenerating and nourishing effect – perfect for skincare in the case of extremely dry skin, as well as for such problems as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis or eczema. It has soothing, regenerating and alleviating properties.
Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter – Cacao Nut Butter. Cacao butter is widely used in the cosmetic industry mainly due to its beneficial moisturising, regenerating, nourishing and antioxidant properties. Cacao butter is very well tolerated by the skin. It has a natural cacao scent and is especially recommended for mature, dry and dehydrated skin.
Lactic Acid. A hydroxy acid, which occurs in two forms: L and D – and it’s the L-lactic acid that’s used in cosmetic products. Its main function and the main effect of its use is skin moisturisation, as it can penetrate through the stratum corneum of the skin. The concentration of lactic acid in cosmetics ranges from 1 to 10%, and in salon products for special exfoliation treatments – up to 50%. Applied to the skin in its pure form, lactic acid can cause severe irritation. In low concentrations it has a moisturising effect, while in higher concentrations – exfoliating properties: it unclogs pores, cleanses the skin and exfoliates calloused epidermis.
Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil. One of the most valuable and versatile natural ingredients, i.e. true hemp, keeps gaining in popularity. Oils based on this plant are an invaluable source of EFAs in perfect synergy, and contain a wealth of natural terpenes, flavonoids and phenols. True hemp oil is suitable for all skin types. It is non-comedogenic, but brings strong and radical effects. It has healing properties – accelerates wound healing, has anti-allergic properties and can be used on damaged and irritated skin. Ideal for people struggling with AD, eczema and psoriasis. Perfectly regenerates the skin, strengthening it and restoring skin balance. It works against acne, because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It also shows strong anti-wrinkle properties, is a natural antioxidant and contributes to faster skin regeneration.
Rubus Idaeus Seed Oil – Raspberry Seed Oil. Natural oil, highly valued in the cosmetics industry for its high levels of fruit acids accompanied by provitamin A, vitamins B, C and E, as well as valuable pectins. This ingredient is one of the few perfectly effective when used in the eye area, because it regenerates and smooths out the skin in that area. In addition, it has a soothing, strengthening and refreshing properties, and, at the same time, regulates the levels of the secreted sebum.
Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil – Argan Oil. Argan oil is produced from the fruit of Argania Spinosa, by grinding the kernels of the argan tree using quern-stones into an oily paste, from which the reddish coloured oil is extracted by hand. Argan oil is an exceptionally rich source of natural tocopherols (vitamin E) as well as high molecular weight proteins. It helps maintain a high level of hydration, but is also an excellent antioxidant. It is naturally rich in fatty acids, carotenoids, ferulic acid, sterols and polyphenols. Besides, argan oil regenerates, smooths out and restores the uppermost layer of the epidermis. Valued in hair care as an anti-dandruff ingredient, it also makes your hair radiant and prevents hair brittleness. Argan oil is also perfect for strengthening your nails. Moreover, it can accelerate wound healing and soothe inflammation. This oil can be used by everyone, including children, people with sensitive skin, with allergies and lesions.
Panthenol. One of the best synthetic substances, which shows strong and effective soothing and regenerating properties, and at the same time accelerates wound healing. It is perfect for all kinds of irritations, as well as allergic conditions, eczema, atopic dermatitis, or skin burnt due to overexposure to sun.
Cetyl alcohol. Substance obtained from palmitic acid or palm kernel oil. A greasy emollient and a non-ionic surfactant. It creates a protective film on the surface of the skin, which prevents the evaporation of water from the epidermis, so it has the so-called indirect moisturising effect. In addition, it smooths out and softens the skin, making it silky to the touch.
Melaleuca Alternifolia Oil – Tea Tree Oil. One of the best and most effective essential oils with antibacterial properties. It is estimated that over 90 different bactericidal components can be found in its biological composition. Tea tree oil also has an anti-inflammatory, antiviral and fungicidal effect. It helps in the case of eczemas and herpes, accelerating healing. It is used mainly in skincare of acne-prone complexion and has a light refreshing and cooling effect.
Mentha Arvensis Oil – Field Mint Leaf Oil. This oil has primarily refreshing properties and is one of the most common ingredients of oral hygiene products. It has an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect – gives you a feeling of coolness and purification. In skin care, it is recommended for heavily clogged and acne-prone complexions, but also for sensitive and highly allergic skin.
Sodium Benzoate. A preservative authorised by certification bodies for use in natural cosmetics. Prevents the growth of bacteria. In nature, it is found in berries, cinnamon and cranberries.
Xanthan Gum. A polysaccharide from glucose. It serves as a thickening agent and a pH regulator.
Potassium Sorbate. A mild preservative. A natural alternative to parabens, used in natural and organic cosmetics. It inhibits the growth of microbes.
Citric Acid. Belongs to the group of AHA acids and occurs naturally in nature. It’s a preservative and a pH regulator. Also, it has astringent and brightening properties and has an exfoliating effect on dead skin cells. Citric acid extends the durability of the cosmetic.
A handful of important facts about the ingredients of our Foot Serum with CBD and Tea Tree Oil:
- Various kinds of oil and butter we used are unrefined and cold-pressed.
- The Cream owes its scent solely to natural field mint and tea tree essential oils.
- The formulas of our cosmetics with CBD are enriched with two of our company’s flagship ingredients – hemp oil, as well as pure, certified true hemp extract with proven effectiveness.
- As a preservative, we have used a combination of potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate, which are approved by organisations certifying natural and organic cosmetics.
- The suppliers of our raw materials have been verified as regards testing the ingredients on animals – we have chosen only those who do not take part in causing the suffering of animals.
Hemp Foot Serum – How to use:
Apply as needed to clean and dry feet. Leave until absorbed. If you want to enhance the skincare effect, apply a thick layer to your feet and wear cotton socks overnight.
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