NO NONSENSE, ‘GET-IT-DONE’ REPAIR AND RESTORE TOPICAL CREAM
When I was younger and a serious weight-trainer, I read the usual magazine articles about best ways to train – “Want ripped biceps, turn your wrist this way . . . . “, “elbows out. . . . “, “shoulders down. . . . “, and lots more “secret, special advice” from weight-lifting “Gurus”.
All those little-known secrets may have helped sell magazines – but, none of them made a difference.
Over-time, I found the very best way to “get it done” was just to be very consistent in doing what works for most people – stay with it and your results over-time can be special.
So, what’s the latest “GURU” juice? Acai berries, Pomegranate seeds? “The Blood-Type diet”? “Miracle Skin Cream”?
The skin-care industry has been especially guilty of this “Here’s the secret you’ve been waiting for!” type of nonsense. Hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars spent in hope that at least some of it is a little true. Well, if these have helped you, that’s great news. But let’s talk about what works for most of us:
coloradoCBD Topical Cream contains almost two-dozen time-tested ingredients (along with other preservative and enhancing components) known and time-proven to soothe, nourish and restore.
Together with the industry highest concentration of CBD, these could provide overwhelming relief for a multitude of problems, including chronic skin conditions.
Each ingredient in coloradoCBD Topical Cream has a long-established history of effectiveness. No “secret breakthrough”, no “recently discovered secret remedy” from an obscure mountain tribe – just decades of demonstrated success. Designed to overwhelm and repair.
In combination, these are truly powerful ingredients for skin disorders, dry skin, aches, pains, and more.
Our best advice? Don’t waste time and money on exotic, ingredients and “special’ combinations of the latest wonder. Use the highest quality of the tried-and-true and stay with it!
Here is a complete list of coloradoCBD Topical Cream ingredients
(with links to a sampling of articles of interest or scientific support):
CBD (cannabidiol) – renowned anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic. (See link for a study of extensive current research on potential and known effectiveness of cannabinoids in skin-care and repair)
Marjoram, Sweet – good for muscle spasms, sprains and tired, stiff muscles, with excellent warming, soothing, antispasmodic properties marjoram helps ease joint pain and muscle spasms.
Peppermint – on aching muscles, relieves pain and helps improve blood circulation, reducing pain-causing inflammation. Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and fungicidal.
Arnica oil relieves pain, inflammation and bruising, sprains, soreness, and swelling. Also, for the relief of arthritis, muscle, and joint pain.
Ginger Spice fights cramps, soothes sore muscles and calms cranky winter skin. Studies show ginger eases muscle pain caused by exercise-induced muscle injury, helping circulation and blood flow, relieving tired muscles.
Cardamom Antioxidant, antiseptic, cleansing. The warming properties found in the spice also make this essential oil useful in massage oil formulas.
Rosemary to stimulate blood circulation and to relieve pain. Effective treatment for muscle pain and arthritis. It also helps circulation, reduces itching and irritation, soothing dry, itchy patches of skin caused by psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis.
Chamomile possesses multiple powerful skin re-pairing properties – anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiseptic, containing essential oils and antioxidants. It is hypoallergenic and helps to reduce skin irritants by neutralizing free radicals.
Nutmeg essential oil can help relieve muscle pain, swelling, inflammation, and even promote circulation. It can be applied directly on the inflamed muscles to relax the given joint or tendon. Also has strong antibacterial properties.
Black pepper oil has warming, anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used to reduce pain due to muscle injuries and tendonitis. It can also help ease symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism.
Clove Bud Oil is known for its antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac and stimulant properties. No other essential oil is found to have such high antioxidant properties.
Sweet Almond Oil, a super-food for your skin. Rich in Vitamin E, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, potassium, zinc, and a number of other minerals and vitamins. It soothes, relaxes and nourishes the skin, making it feel smoother and softer.
Glycerin is a skin-replenishing and restoring ingredient found naturally in the skin. It helps maintain a healthy look and feel, defending against dryness.
Isopropyl palmitate – a palm oil-based that keeps the skin moist and flexible, helping to prevent cracks. Its components act as lubricants, giving the skin a soft, smooth appearance.
Safflower Seed Oil is a lubricant that acts as a protective barrier to prevent water from leaving your skin. It softens, smoothes and soothes your skin.
Tocopheryl Acetate, a form of Vitamin E is a natural skin-conditioning agent. A known antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging moisturizer..
Lavender flower extract – Perhaps the most beloved of all essential oils, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, cleansing, balancing, and soothing, aiding healing wounds, burns, sunburns.
Lemon Balm: A Super-Herb for the skin used for thousands of years for all sorts of ailments, calming, soothing and tightening skin, stimulating circulation. Strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action.
Tocopheryl Acetate is a form of vitamin E, a natural skin-conditioning agent and antioxidant.
Zea Mays (Corn) oil moisturizes with a mild scent – used successfully for many years in treating dry skin.
Retinyl palmitate is the ester of retinol (vitamin A) combined with palmitic acid, a major component of palm oil. One of the most important vitamins for the appearance of the skin because its tiny molecules have the ability to penetrate outer layers of the skin, working to repair lower layers where collagen and elastin reside.
Cholecalciferol, also known as vitamin D₃, a type of vitamin D found in food, used for mild skin rash or redness and mild to moderate pain in bones, muscles and joints.
Stearic Acid – a thickening agent used in a variety of cosmetics and personal care products as a fragrance ingredient, surfactant and emulsifier.
Glyceryl Stearate SE (self-emulsifying) a surfactant and emulsifying agent.
Polysorbate 80 is primarily used in cosmetics and beauty products as a surfactant and emulsifier because of its ability to help ingredients dissolve.
Cetyl Alcohol as an emollient, emulsifier, thickener and carrying agent for other ingredients contained in a cosmetic solution. It keeps the oil and water parts of an emulsion from separating and gives products good spreadability.
Triethanolamine a pH balancer used as a buffering agent, masking and fragrance ingredient, surfactant.,
Diacetate made from plant material, readily biodegradable, with high solubility, is a multi-purpose, clear, liquid chelating agent and preservative booster.
Sorbitan Oleate is an oil-in-water emulsifier particularly suited to formulations containing vegetable oils.
Carbomer is used in lotions and other cosmetic formulas as a thickener, stabilizer, and emulsifier. Carbomer is a synthetic chemical made specifically for cosmetic use with a long history of safety.
Phenoxyethanol, one of the least sensitizing cosmetics preservatives, is approved worldwide for use in all types of water-based cosmetics, (up to a 1% concentration).
Ethylhexylglycerin made with glycerin, colorless and odorless, one of the most common ingredients in skin-care products, helps keep the various natural ingredients in beauty products from spoiling.
NOTE: (Helper ingredients are italicized)
Chelating agent – increases effectiveness and improves stability, boosts preservative activity, inhibits fragrance and color degradation.
Emollient – making soft or supple; used to describe something with a softening or soothing effect especially on the skin.
Emulsion – a mixture of two or more liquids normally unmixable or unblendable.
Emulsifier – a compound or substance acting as a stabilizer for emulsions, preventing the liquids from separating.
Surfactant – when added to a liquid, surfactants reduce the surface tension, increasing its spreading and wetting properties.
Tocopherol – a naturally occurring class of chemical compounds related to Vitamin E, typically derived from vegetable oil.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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