Fhenix Skin Care Nighttime Repair Cream
This cream helps to repair your skin as you sleep. This is packed with all-natural antioxidants, and skin lifting agents. CBD paired with this cream helps to further reduce inflammation and signs of aging as you sleep. Created for sensitive skin of all ages. A rich texture without clogging pores.
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Fhenix Skin Care Nighttime Repair Cream
Fhenix Skin Care Nighttime Repair Cream helps to repair your skin as you sleep. This is packed with all-natural antioxidants, and skin lifting agents. CBD paired with this cream helps to further reduce inflammation and signs of aging as you sleep. Created for sensitive skin of all ages. A rich texture without clogging pores.
Water, Vitus vinifera (grape)seed oil, Rosa Canina (rosehip) seed oil, Plantago lanceolate (plantain) stem cell, Leontopodium alpinum (Edelweiss) stem cell, Coffea Arabica (coffee) seed extract, acetylated glucuronic acid, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sorbitan Trioleate, Apium Graveolens (Celery) Seed Extract, Linum Usitatissimum (Linseed) Seed Extract, Caulerpa lentillifera (green caviar), Glycerin, Cannabidiol, sugar esters, Isostearyl Isostearate, Laurate Succinate, Glyceryl Stearate, Cetyl Alcohal, germall+, Boswellia serrata (frankincense), Lavendula angustifolia (lavender), Citrus aurantium (Neroli), and commiphora myrrha (myrrh) essential oils.
Why Use These Ingredients?
Grapeseed oil: Grapeseed oil: Grapeseed oil contains high levels of linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that can help control acne by decreasing clogged pores. It’s also anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. Linoleic acid integrates into the cell membranes to fortify the skin barrier and smooth and soften skin.
Rosehip seed oil: It is cold-press extracted, the oil is separated from the hips and seeds. For facial skin care, rosehip oil offers several benefits when applied externally. It protects the skin and increases cell turnover because it contains beta carotene (a form of vitamin A), vitamin C and vitamin E which are all antioxidants that help fight free radicals. Rosehip oil’s healing properties are due to its chemical structure. As I noted, it’s rich in essential fatty acids, but more specifically oleic, palmitic, linoleic and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). Rosehip oil contains polyunsaturated fatty acids (vitamin F), also known as an essential fatty acid (EFA), and when absorbed through the skin, these fatty acids convert to prostaglandins (PGE), which are involved in cellular membrane and tissue regeneration. It is also one of the richest plant sources of vitamin C which is another reason why rosehip oil is such a great choice for the skin and more. This oil is cold-pressed.
Plantain stem cell: Visibly fades signs of senescence. Enhances skin viscoelastic properties and brightens senile pigmented spots. By an innovative mechanism of action based on microRNAs inhibition, it restarts the protein synthesis in order to prevent cellular senescence and extracellular matrix breakdown.
Edelwiess stem cell: Protects against oxidative stress (air pollution, UV radiation) and recreates skin tension by restoring the mitochondrial dynamism. The first active ingredient to provide a visible lifting action.
Coffee seed extract: Has tonifying and stimulating activity, antioxidant activity, and skin protection. Allows for better circulation of the skin surface. The extracts from the two most common species of coffee plant directly combat UV damage to improve the strength, resilience, and elasticity of your facial skin. Coffea arabica seed oil significantly improves collagen and elastin production.
Acetylated glucuronic acid: By stimulating hyaluronic acid neosynthesis and by sustaining its turnover, it helps deliver optimal moisturizing and elastic properties of the skin. As it increases elastin synthesis, it is helping to smooth out wrinkles, moisturize skin surface and depth and Increases skin suppleness and resistance.
Combination of flax and Celery seed extracts: Brings firmness, tone, and density to the skin, thus reinforcing the structures that hold the pore tight and that sag with aging. It refines skin texture and promotes a blurred and satin finish. Dynamizes the cellular metabolism and thus the production of proteins involved in the dermis structure, the epidermis maturation and the protection against inflammation.
Green caviar: A green algae which is eaten and known as green sea caviar in Japan due to its grape-like tiny spherical beads. Since it has high minerals, it has been called the “longevity seaweeds”. These algae contain high amounts of vitamin C, E, and polysaccharides which mainly comprise xylose and glucose. It also decreases inflammation and protects against oxidation and lipid peroxidation.
Frankincense essential oil: Frequently called the “king of oils” promotes feelings of relaxation, Helps reduce the appearance of skin imperfections, has anti-bacterial properties, and promotes feelings of peace, relaxation, satisfaction, and overall wellness. Steam distilled from resin.
Lavender Essential Oil: Soothes occasional skin irritations, reduces anxious feelings, promotes peaceful sleep and helps ease feelings of tension.
Neroli essential oil: Reduces inflammation, alleviate stress, stimulate circulation, and enhance mood. When used in skin-care, neroli essential oil is thought to treat oily skin, reduce signs of aging, and diminish the appearance of scars.
Myrrh Essential oil: Used for skin ailments including sores, acne, and skin that is chapped or generally afflicted with dryness. Myrrh Oil’s astringent properties are known to strengthen the skin cells aiding in faster regeneration.
There is no official recommended serving for CBD. The information on this page is intended to serve as a good starting point only and should not be considered medical advice.
The variables on finding a universally prescribed serving of CBD are almost infinite – weight, diet, metabolism, genetics, environment, and more all affect the perfect serving for you.
Start with the lowest possible serving. Some conditions benefit from low serving size, some benefit from high serving size, and some benefit the most from somewhere in the middle. Slowly working your way up is the best way to find the proper serving size for you.
If you feel you can benefit from a higher serving size of CBD, research suggests increasing your serving every 3-4 weeks to fully process how your current serving size is affecting you.
We also recommend keeping notes on how your CBD serving size affects you – this practice will help you remember accurately which serving size helped you feel your best.