Plastic surgery and Botox are an ever growing necessity in the beauty industry and their use is beginning to transcend all ages.  Cannabis could be the answer for youthful more natural skin that doesn’t require utilizing invasive procedures, or harmful chemicals in order to achieve a gorgeous appearance. Some studies show that CBD is actually capable of reversing the signs of aging.

We begin to age due to decreasing collagen levels causing our skin to sag and become dry. Thanks to CBD, we might have a great natural alternative to combating these signs of aging! Though as much as 90% of damage to our skin is externally done through things like…

  • Sun Exposurewrinkled face who needs cbd
  • External Pollutants
  • Lifestyle Choices: Diet and Exercise

Naturally this collagen depletion only accounts for 10%. This is due to the the skin’s inability to produce the same quantity of oil  that it once was able to from the tiny sebaceous glands on the skins surface. Resulting in dryer skin and more wrinkles. In a study released in 2008, a connection between these glands and  endocannabinoids were found. Apparently, the endocannabinoids are responsible for this oil production, which is why some of the evidence suggests that cannabinoids can be helpful for managing dry skin. The applications for the use of CBD, which directly stimulates the endocannabinoid system has many applications beyond dry skin and wrinkle reduction such as…

  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema
  • Other skin conditions which exhibit dry skin

Do you want more youthful and moisturized skin? Try CBD oil, there are a multitude of face and body creams available on the market, you might just be able to skip that trip to the plastic surgeon!

Dr. Mary Clifton


Dr. Mary Clifton is an Internal Medicine doctor in New York City, with 20 years of experience in both the hospital and private practice and is also a licensed by the New York State Department of Health to provide medical marijuana and is a recognized expert in CBD, Cannabis, and Medical Marijuana.

She is a published researcher, national speaker on women’s health and osteoporosis, and author of four books, and two new soon-to-be-released books on CBD and Cannabis – what you need to know, how to use them and a COOKBOOK to support ease of use.