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Lipobelle™ Pino C from Mibelle Biochemistry: much more than CBD

Lipobelle™ Pino C de Mibelle Biochemistry : bien plus que du CBD

CBD is generating increasing interest in the world of cosmetics. This major cannabinoid, which is found in hemp, is said to have numerous health benefits (like anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, reduction of pain sensation) and also offers a diverse and very interesting spectrum of effects in the skin. Lipobelle™ Pino C is a phyto-complex based on CBD encapsulated in a nanoemulsion of organic hemp seed oil and combined with a Swiss stone pine extract.

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CBD is encapsulated in order to improve both its formulability in cosmetic products and its bioavailability into the skin.

Plants at the source of Lipobelle™ Pino C

CBD is then combined with a Swiss stone pine extract which fights inflammation in a complementary way. In doing so, this combination potentiates the anti-inflammatory and regenerating effects of cannabidiol (CBD) when topically applied.

Cannabis sativa L.

Originally from Central Asia, it has been used in folk medicine and as a source of textile fiber for a number of centuries. This plant is nowadays generating increasing interest in the world of cosmetics for various reasons. Firstly, thanks to its very high content in essential fatty acids and its ideal omega-6 / omega-3 ratio, hemp seed oil is extremely valuable for the skin, regardless of type and age. Secondly, cannabidiol (CBD), which is one of the major cannabinoidsmin hemp, is being increasingly investigated in the medical and wellness sectors for the numerous benefits it offers (anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, reduction of pain sensation, etc). Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is another cannabinoid that is found in hemp, CBD is not a psychoactive substance and it is therefore not considered as a narcotic drug.

Pinus cembra

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