May 10, 2019

The Power of Botanicals

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CBD isn’t the only natural ingredient in Seventh Sense products. A variety of botanicals add nourishment, healing, scent and other benefits for daily beauty use.

From lip balms to face oils, Seventh Sense offers powerfully soothing and effective products infused with 100% hemp-derived, third-party tested cannabidiol (CBD). But Seventh Sense products are defined by much more than CBD. Each is developed in Seventh Sense’s own labs by formulation chemists, and contains a unique blend of fragrances and powerful botanical extracts.

Botanicals are ingredients derived from nature, such as plants and spices, and they enhance all of Seventh Sense’s products. Seventh Sense selects its botanicals based on their effectiveness and benefits for the skin, adjusting each product formula for a specific consumer need. Here are just a few of the botanical ingredients that make Seventh Sense products so appealing.

Menthol and Arnica

An herb found across East Asia, Europe, the United States and Canada, arnica’s use dates back centuries, and its flowers and roots are believed to have anti-inflammatory properties. Menthol, a mint extract, cools the skin when applied topically. In combination, menthol and arnica can provide soothing relief to sore muscles and joints.

This powerful combination can be found in Seventh Sense’s CBD Deep Relief Cream in three fragrances: Eucalyptus Spearmint, Orange Bergamot, and Chamomile Green Tea.

Shea Butter

Extracted from the nut of a shea tree, shea butter is growing in popularity across the beauty and body care industries. This extract is known for its hydrating powers and is particularly beneficial for dry and sensitive skin.

Shea butter can be found in many Seventh Sense products, including its body lotions and intensive hand creams. Best of all, Seventh Sense’s formulas are guaranteed to be moisturizing without feeling too thick or sticky.

Sunflower Seed Oil

Seventh Sense products strive to be natural and effective. That’s why none of the brand’s products contain mineral oils or petroleum. Instead, many products contain sunflower seed oil, a natural emollient designed to sit on the outer layer of the skin. The oil locks in beneficial ingredients, allowing them to sink more deeply into the skin, while blocking out negative environmental factors.

A great example of this is Seventh Sense’s CBD Eye Cream. Sunflower seed oil protects the delicate skin beneath the eyes and allows essential oils, vitamin E and hyaluronic acid to more deeply absorb.  

Vitamin E

This nutrient acts as an antioxidant in the body, protecting us from harmful bacteria, viruses and environmental toxins. When applied topically, vitamin E helps hourish, heal, clarify and soften the skin for a smoother and brighter appearance.

Vitamin E is found in many Seventh Sense products, including the CBD Face Serum.

Ginger and Chamomile

Popular around the world, ginger and chamomile’s benefits extend beyond the kitchen. These botanicals are known for their anti-inflammatory, healing and relaxing properties when used in skin and body care products.

Ginger gives Seventh Sense’s CBD Eye Cream its slight yellow color and provides a tightening and plumping sensation underneath the eyes. Chamomile, thanks to its antioxidants, is known for healing the skin and is found in many of Seventh Sense’s skincare products.

For more information on the botanicals found in each product, visit the Seventh Sense website.

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