Lotions and serums infused with cannabidiol oil claim to help with acne, anti-aging and other benefits. Dermatologists weigh in on whether they're effective.
Head to any health and wellness store, pharmacy or even supermarket in the UK and you’ll find a row of products containing CBD – ranging from vape liquid to oil and skincare products. The legal cannabis extract is part of an industry expected to skyrocket beyond £1 billion in the country by 2025. But while advocates claim the ‘miracle’ cannabinoid can ease the symptoms of a seemingly endless list of conditions – from acne to anxiety – do these claims stand up to science? With the help of expert Dr Chandni Hindocha, we find out.
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Experts explain the ways the product physically and mentally affects you – and when you should be cautious.
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