In short, the desire for skin-wellness. Take your beauty regimen to new heights with these plant-powered formulas that help nourish, hydrate, and soothe all skin types for overall skin comfort.
Short for cannabidiol, CBD is an extraction from the Cannabis Sativa plant. CBD helps soothe dry skin and improve overall skin comfort.
The Cannabis plant produces three different plant species. Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis. CBD is extracted from the Cannabis Sativa plant. .
Full Spectrum CBD Oil includes all active hemp-derived cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils from the plant. CBD Isolate refers to pure CBD, with no other cannabinoids like terpenes or THC.
Yes, PÜR only purchases CBD from certified farms that follow organic growing practices and USDA Certified Hemp.
The CBD that we source use an Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) extraction and CO2, as they are safe and efficient ways to extract CBD from Hemp, while still producing a potent extract. The pressurized CO2 helps extract CBD and other phytochemicals from the plant, free of unwanted solvents.
Hemp Seed Oil is an oil extract from the seeds from the Hemp plant. When used in cosmetic products, this oil, which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, helps soothe dry skin and improve skin comfort.
Rich in Cannabis Sativa seed oil, hemp-infused formulas help comfort dry skin for an overall feeling of skin-wellness.
While CBD Oil and Hemp Seed Oil are extractions from the same plant species, they are in fact different. Hemp Seed Oil is extracted from the Cannabis Sativa plant seeds, whereas CBD Oil is extracted from the stalks and flowers of the Cannabis Sativa plant. .
Yes, due to the labor-intensive extraction process of CBD Oil, it is more costly.
Yes, CBD Oil extracted from Hemp is legal in all 50 states. Since PÜR uses CBD isolate, these formulas are safe to use if you have a THC sensitivity, undergo drug testing, or live in a state with strict THC laws.
According to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), “Marijuana and certain cannabis-infused products, including some Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, remain illegal under federal law except for products that contain no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis or that are approved by FDA.” All PÜR CBD products are 100% free of THC and permitted during security screening.
CBD Oil and Hemp Seed Oil are natural ingredients that are soothing and gentle for all skin types, but it is advised for anyone with concerns to consult with their physician before use.
All ingredients used, including CBD Isolate, are tested and evaluated to confirm they are within specification and approved for use. For CBD Isolate, safety testing begins in the growing stage with a soil analysis. From there, both raw materials and the final product are tested. The safety of the finished product is supported with additional safety testing.
No. Unlike THC, both CBD isolates and Hemp are non-psychoactive. Therefore, they will not have an impact on the state of mind of the person using it.
You can find the percentage of CBD in each product directly on the component or folding carton. However, to calculate the amount (percentage) of cannabidiol in milligrams (weight) in an amount of milliliters (volume), use the calculator here.
The MG % refers to the percentage of milligrams of cannabidiol in each formula, by weight.
These products help improve overall skin comfort by helping to nourish, hydrate and soothe all skin types.
The following products contain CBD Isolate: Skin Haze, Hybrid Balm, Hazy Daze, Hybrid Primer and Haze Mist.
The following product(s) contain Hemp Seed Oil: Extreme Visionary 12-Piece Eyeshadow Palette with Hemp, No Filter Blurring Photography Primer in Original, Rose Gold Glow and Bronze Glow.
PÜR clearly discloses any products containing either CBD or Hemp Seed Oil on the product packaging, folding carton, and product page on www.purcosmetics.com.
References Medical Marijuana. Transportation Security Administration. Official website of the Department of Homeland Security, https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/whatcanibring/items/medical-marijuana. Accessed 7 January 2020.
State Medical Marijuana Laws. National Conference of State Legislatures. https://www.ncsl.org/research/health/state-medical-marijuana-laws.aspx. Accessed 7 January 2020.