Nano CBD Really Works for Skincare. We Know Because We’ve tried it.

 Trust us when we say it was an accident. Developing a line of Nano-CBD skincare products wasn't in our original plans. But then, we experienced some very real benefits from a topical Nano-CBD preparation.

As we began working with Nano-CBD skincare formulas and sharing them amongst friends, one thing became immediately apparent: Nano-CBD performed quite differently in a topical preparation. 

Suddenly, it went below the surface for genuine results. As we explored CBD's anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics, it was clear that Nano-CBD holds immense potential for facial and skincare routines. 

We Were Skeptics Just Like You

Although skincare has long infused creams, lotions, and skin serums with CBD, its effects usually fail to go below the surface. This is because CBD, even when taken orally, is a subtle experience. When applied topically, we'd always found that the benefits barely penetrated the first layer of our skin. 

With some of the products on the market today, would you even notice if you took the CBD out of the equation? All the other medicinal ingredients, like menthol, wintergreen, and arnica oil, likely deliver just as much therapeutic value as CBD.

Scientifically, CBD doesn't penetrate through the first layer — the epidermis — because the molecule itself is too large. The average CBD molecule is around 2000-4000 nanometers (nm), but molecules have to be smaller than 40-80 nm to travel through the surface to the deeper dermis. 

 It just didn't seem possible that standard CBD preparations would offer value for anything happening in the dermis, follicles, glands, and other hidden layers.


An Accidental Discovery: Nano-CBD's Benefits for Acne and Blemishes

 If you've tried our Cool Release Nano-CBD Roller, you know it contains a synergistic blend of other ingredients, including Arnica oil, menthol, camphor, black pepper, and other oils. Initially, we developed this for a close family member as an easy way to treat arthritis she experienced in her hands. This was our first Nano-CBD preparation.

 As we trialed the product among other friends and family, we heard stories about new applications — and applications we'd never dreamed of — from migraines to menstrual cramps to acne. 

 Could CBD really help reduce acne and other blemishes? So we started testing new formulas designated explicitly for use in a skincare routine. As we trialed out these new products, we started hearing about some incredible experiences.  

 One of the most remarkable accounts about our new Nano CBD skincare products came from a friend treating rosacea with traditional medicine. Although he'd been using prescriptions for years, it wasn't until he started using Sunnyside Nano CBD Hyaluronic Acid that he saw substantial improvements.

 Others told us that after adopting Nano CBD Hyaluronic Acid into their daily skincare routine, they were finally able to stop using some of their prescriptions, including antibiotics. 

 While we always recommend working with a healthcare professional for any prescription changes, these stories tell us about Nano-CBD's power in


5 Reasons Why Nano-CBD Works So Well

1. CBD is a Potent Antioxidant

Peer-reviewed studies have established the multichannel antioxidant benefits of CBD, including its ability to interrupt free radical activity, capture free radicals, and convert free radicals into less active forms. 

 Disrupting the impact of free radicals is a big focus of skincare, as free radicals break down collagen and cause dark spots, blemishes, and wrinkles. 


2. CBD is a Powerful Anti-inflammatory 

Many skin conditions are caused by or made worse by chronic inflammation. Acne, psoriasis, and eczema are only a few examples. Preliminary work has demonstrated CBD's powerful anti-inflammatory properties may help reduce blemishes and acne. 

 Plus, our own anecdotal research tells us people have found it useful for psoriasis and several other skin conditions.

Sunnyside Botanicals Infused Face Cream


3. Nano-CBD Penetrates the Epidermis

 As we detailed earlier, although regular CBD offers surface-level benefits, its molecular size averages 2000-4000 nm, which is too large to go deeper. There is much more potential with Nano-CBD. 

 The nano-emulsion process breaks down larger CBD molecules into particles sized between 16 to 100nm. This means Nano-CBD easily penetrates the deeper layers of the dermis, providing therapeutic benefits for a wider variety of conditions.


4. Nano-CBD Works Synergistically with Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a humectant. It's commonly used as a moisturizer across the skincare sector. Hyaluronic acid helps bring moisture to the skin's surface, improve elasticity, and make the skin look younger and dewier. 

 Combined with traditional CBD oil, hyaluronic acid wouldn't mesh well. Cannabidiol is naturally hydrophobic, which means it's incompatible with water. But, through nano-emulsification, CBD breaks down small enough to slip between the water molecules, making it water-soluble.

 This means hyaluronic acid mixes well with a water-soluble Nano-CBD, resulting in synergistic benefits for your skin. 

 Sunnyside Botanicals Hyaluronic Acid Serum w/ 150mg nano CBD

5. Well Tolerated, Even for Sensitive Skin Types

 At the time of writing, there were no known published reports about allergies related to CBD oil. 

 According to the World Health Organization, "CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. Reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients' existing medications," and "across several controlled and open-label trials CBD of the potential therapeutic effects of CBD it is generally well-tolerated, with a good safety profile."

 We recommend performing a patch test on all new skincare products, but so far, evidence suggests that CBD works for all skin types, with a little

Sunnyside Botanicals Launching Nano-CBD Hyaluronic Acid and Nano-Infused Face Cream

 Our accidental discovery convinced us to develop a new line of Nano-CBD skincare products. We are taking advantage of CBD's many known benefits but shrinking them down with nano-emulsion. Finally, they are small enough to deliver real therapeutic value.

 We are excited to launch both the Nano-CBD Hyaluronic Acid and Nano-Infused Face Cream, especially with our testers' feedback over the last few months. Even though we haven't released it yet, the Nano-CBD Hyrulanic Acid has become our number one requested product. 

Will you be giving Nano-CBD Hyaluronic Acid and Nano Infused Face Cream a try?




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