Freyja CBD creme
Our Freyja moisturising cream contains the full range of natural cannabinoids. Through a gentle process of CO2 extraction, the precious cannabinoids and terpenes of the hemp plant (cannabis sativa) are kept intact, thus obtaining a full spectrum of natural cannabinoids. Certified hemp plants are grown organically and therefore GMO-free, which means they are free of chemical fertilisers and growth hormones.
Quercetin is a natural flavonol from the flavonoid group of polyphenols. It is a plant pigment found in tea, oak bark, sea buckthorn, red wine and more. It contains a large number of health benefits. Above all, it is one of the most effective antioxidants and thus effectively protects the skin from free radicals. Free radicals are aggressive molecules that are permanently formed both in the body and in the environment, such as UV radiation. They can cause unwanted body reactions such as signs of aging, wrinkles and skin irritation. Antioxidants such as quercetin effectively counteract these harmful processes. In addition, quercetin protects the vascular system and is currently being researched for its possible anti-carcinogenic properties.
Tetrahydrodiferulomethane / tetrahydro curcumin is a product of curcumin, an active ingredient, which comes from the homonymous root of turmeric. It has an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect and favours the lightening of over-pigmented skin areas. In this way, it helps age spots but also scars and stretch marks.
Linoleic acid is an essential, double unsaturated omega-6 fatty acid. It is responsible for the stability and elasticity of the cells. Linoleic acid not only protects the skin from light oxidation and general irritation caused by environmental toxins but also helps to counteract the development of age spots and even blackheads.
Liposomes are small bubbles that have the same structure as the cell membrane. As mentioned above, Freyja’s liposomal structure allows the active ingredients to effectively penetrate deep into the skin cells, allowing the supply of water and substances containing fats. The combination of these two components reinforces the skin’s biophysical protective film, also known as the hydrolipidic film. The liposomes thus provide supply and protection to the skin – without greasiness.