CBD Skin Care Products

CBD Skin Care Products

CBD and Skin Care 

TerraVida Online proudly presents a line of CBD skin care products to meet all your skin care needs. From head to toe, we have you covered, with our large selection of face and body CBD oil products and array of hemp CBD age-fighting creams with apple stem cells, always third-party tested to ensure quality and purity.

With the addition of apple stem cells and essential vitamins A, C, and E, our CBD skin care creams and lotions are rich and nourishing to the skin. What better way to start your day than with a great CBD face cleanser! Follow up the purifying effects with our CBD face toner and your choice of an enriched CBD facial moisturizer, such as the CBD day & night moisture or CBD radiance cream with collagen and retinol, both with a convenient built-in pump dispenser. The CBD day skin reviver cream is easily absorbed and provides your face with essential vitamins A, C, and E.

Target problem areas with products like our CBD eye cream, and for the exposed skin around the chest area, try our CBD décolletage and neck cream.

Keep your gorgeous skin ink looking vibrant with our CBD tattoo cream, rich in essential omega oils. Then slather our CBD moisture blast butter onto the rest of your body and feel the difference for yourself.

Naturally Occurring Vitamins and Fatty Acids

Cannabinoids, such as CBD, work with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) to maintain homeostasis or balance. As the body’s largest organ, the skin is an effective vehicle for CBD oil topicals.

Naturally occurring essential vitamins and fatty acids make hemp CBD oil the ideal addition to beauty products. Let’s take a look at what they are and what they do.

Vitamin A: A powerful antioxidant, it helps protect cells from the damage of free radicals. Vitamin A stimulates the cells responsible for producing the tissue that keeps skin firm and supple.

Vitamin C: An important antioxidant, it helps in the formation of collagen and supports the immune system. Vitamin C stimulates collagen production and helps to reduce signs of aging.

Vitamin E: Essential vitamin E blocks free radicals and helps slow down the aging process by preventing oxidation, which leads to a loss of elasticity, wrinkles, and fine lines.

Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids: These fatty acids are the cellular building blocks of your skin. They help hydrate the skin and reduce inflammation. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in popular over-the-counter supplements such as fish oil or flax seed oil. 

In a June 2019 article in Dermatology Times, Dr. Tina Alster, a clinical professor of dermatology at Georgetown University Medical Center says, “It’s true, CBD has gone mainstream and is now frequently referred to as a ‘cure-all’ by scientists, doctors and users alike—all because of numerous health challenges that are showing very positive improvements” She goes on to say that CBD oil has an anti-inflammatory property that can benefit skin as well as reduce oil production, provide moisture, and relieve pain and itching.

According to Dr. Alster, “Topical CBD is safe and works effectively for all skin types. The products are easy to administer. Sufferers of serious medical skin conditions and those who are seeking innovative skincare options can benefit from topical CBD use. . . . Anti-inflammatory properties associated with CBD are beneficial in treating such dermatologic conditions as acne, psoriasis and eczema due to reduction of dryness, irritation and redness. CBD-containing creams, oils, gels and serums not only moisturize and soothe the skin but are also showing encouraging results in relieving pain caused by certain skin disorders.”

CBD has been shown to provide antioxidant activity that repairs skin from free radicals, which may help to smooth wrinkles and reduce breakouts and blemishes, according to Dr. Alster.

Dr. Alster believes further research of CBD is vital. Fortunately, CBD is being tested in numerous laboratories around the world in order to examine its health-enhancing properties and the benefits it may provide to millions of people affected by various diseases and conditions.

Important Laboratory Testing

With all the excitement of the potential benefits of CBD hemp oil, many people are jumping on the bandwagon and trying to take advantage of uneducated consumers. If it’s worth spending money on, then it’s worth spending the time to educate yourself. High quality CBD oil is expensive, so make sure you get what you pay for.

Always, always look for the Certificate of Analysis (CoA). The CoA is documentation that contains important information regarding the potency and purity of the CBD. It is a requirement for legitimate CBD hemp oil sellers and a must for protecting the consumer. Don’t be fooled by products that just say they contain CBD—ask for the CoA. 

The Certificate of Analysis contains vital information about the percentage of each cannabinoid present and ensures that the product is free of contaminants and safe for consumption. 

Cannabinoid Profile and Potency

When you shop for CBD oil, make sure it has been tested by an unaffiliated third-party laboratory to determine each cannabinoid present and the percentage of each. More than one hundred different cannabinoids exist in the hemp plant. Our cannabinoid potency method analyzes fifteen of those cannabinoids, providing you with a true, full-spectrum profile of your hemp-derived product. Potency testing is done in a laboratory with a framework in line with FDA-compliant pharma practices on Agilent HPLC-DAD instruments using validated methods.

Nearly all hemp-derived CBD oil products will state how many milligrams of CBD per serving the product contains, though many won’t necessarily include verified lab testing results. For those interested in beginning a CBD supplement regimen, 25 to 50 milligrams of CBD per day is often recommended as a starting dose.

Pesticides and Heavy Metals

Industrial hemp can be successfully grown without pesticides; however, sometimes other chemicals used in cultivating crops can be used. Fertilizers, pest sprays, and nuisance plant eradicators are used by some farmers, and you have to make sure that residues of insecticide, weed killers, fungicides and other chemicals are not present in the CBD oil you buy.


Terpenes are non-cannabinoid compounds found in plant oils that contribute to varying aromas and flavors. Like cannabinoids, having a range of these compounds can be beneficial in different ways, influencing both pharmacological effects and aroma. Higher percentages of terpenes are usually found in full-spectrum or broad-spectrum oils but are not present in isolates.


Solvents are utilized in the extraction process of CBD oil and often leaves minute traces behind in the final product. Solventless extraction methods, such as CO2, leave less residue, but all must undergo this crucial test.

All TerraVida Online CBD hemp oil is third-party lab tested for purity and quality. It is made from non-GMO industrial hemp, always with less than 0.3% THC. 



2 Responses

  1. What is the amount of CBD in your skincare products? I would like to see the label.

    1. Hi Joyce,

      You can check each product COA to see the CBD MG amount found in each product

      Let me know if you have any more questions

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