ORGANIC BEAUTY 25.01.2023 – Posted in: Space.cat© Blog

Powered by Nature, cruelty-free SPACE.CAT® beauty line setting a new, higher standard in organic skincare. CBD & Hemp oil – is a star element we use to produce unique range of premium handmade beauty products. The human body also produces cannabinoids, better known as endocannabinoids (ECS), which regulate and balance metabolism, immune responses, hormone regulation, and most of system-wide bodily functions. That’s why Hemp based cosmetic is the best one to reactivate, protect, nourish end empower your body natural functions. Our lab facility in Croatia has been inspected and certified by the highest certification boards in the cosmetics industry: GMP, SGS ISO 9001, SGS ISO 22716, COSMOS, HACCP.

Cannabinoids are active compounds which are produced by cannabis plants. Cannabinoids produced in the cannabis plant are also referred to as “phytocannabinoids”. The human body also produces cannabinoids, better known as endocannabinoids. So the phytocannabinoids (from the plant) interact with the bodies own endocannabinoid system (ECS), supplementing and triggering CBD receptors naturally present in the body. The primary job of the endocannabinoid system is to regulate and balance bodily functions, such as metabolism, immune responses, hormone regulation, and more. By supplementing this system with CBD, you can promote homeostasis (perfect balance) across many system-wide bodily functions. A biological system composed of endogenous cannabinoids and their corresponding endocannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) which can be found in the mammalian brain, central and peripheral nervous system and the organs. Its main function is to maintain homeostasis (perfect balance), within the body. It is part of a command and control network – biochemical communication between the endocannabinoids produced by the human body and the receptors which are involved in certain processes such as memory, coordination, pleasure etc. CBD can be effective in dealing with many different types of skin abnormalities. CBD works with cannabinoid receptors which form part of the endocannabinoid system which is present in all mammals. Cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2 are found in the sweat glands, hair follicles and skin cells. CBD and these receptors help the skins endo-cannabinoid system to maintain homeostasis (perfect balance), which is what you want for naturally healthy-looking skin. CBD can help with redness, blotchiness, uneven skin tone, blemishes, dry and rough skin, overly oily skin, repairing damaged skin, easing the effects of sunburn, controlling pimples and breakouts, calming aftershave irritation, soothing irritation arising from contact with plants and itchiness from bug bites.

HEMP
It is a source of almost all the basic products of life that people need: textiles, ropes, paper, building materials, medicine, body care, essential oils, nutritional supplement, animal feed. Now we can also produce bioplastic from hemp and green gasoline.

MARIJUANA
The Female Plant, when flowering, produces THC, which is psychoactive and in ancient times was used for sacred ceremonies. In 1937 the Marijuana Tax Law in the United States classified it as a drug and only prohibited the use of both plants for a while…

ABOUT CBD
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is one of the most important cannabinoid components of the Cannabis Sativa plant. Unlike Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Cannabidiol is non-psychoactive and has a broader scope for medical applications. It causes a sedative effect and inhibits the transmission of nerve signals associated with pain. Helps fight anxiety, chemical dependencies, inflammatory and chronic diseases such as epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cancer etc. It reactivates the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) of the body – which is the most important physiological system, involved in the establishment and maintenance of human health. Controlling metabolism and other basic functions of all your organs and, of course, the largest of them – your skin.

Now the world is restoring Freedom to the “Magic Plant”
We are very happy to be part of this change!

REASONS TO WORK WITH HEMP

Heals the earth. Hemp can be grown consecutively for over twenty years without affecting the land. Additionally, growing hemp replenishes soil nutrients that help improve soil health.

Requires less water. Hemp uses only one-twentieth the amount of water as normal cotton to grow and process. Usually it can feed on rain.

It is ecological. Hemp is resistant to most insects and diseases, so pesticides are mostly unnecessary.

Save labor. Hemp is harvested and processed by hand, which keeps people employed.

Hemp fiber is biodegradable, compostable and recyclable. Four times stronger than cotton, very durable. Naturally resistant to UV rays, antimicrobials and fungi. It will not weaken when washed. It retains color better than any other fabric. It’s breathable and deliciously soft on the skin, more and more with each use.

Hemp oil and CBD contain essential fatty acids omega 3, 6 and 9, known to improve the health and youth of the skin.
That is why we chose hemp as the star product of SPACE.CAT® to create our Fashion and Beauty lines.

What is CBD and hemp oil?
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is one of the most important cannabinoid components of the Cannabis Sativa plant. Unlike Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Cannabidiol (CBD) is non-psychoactive and has a broader scope for medical applications. It causes a sedative effect and inhibits the transmission of nerve signals associated with pain. Helps fight anxiety, chemical dependencies, inflammatory and chronic diseases such as epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cancer etc. It reactivates the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) of the body – which is the most important physiological system, involved in the establishment and maintenance of human health. Controlling metabolism and other basic functions of all your organs and, of course, the largest of them – your skin.
What is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?
Both products come from the Cannabis Sativa plant. The product that goes by the names hemp oil and hemp seed oil is usually cold-pressed from hemp seeds. This oil contains vitamins A and E, omega-3 and 6 fatty acids, carotene, phytosterols, phospholipids, and minerals including calcium, magnesium, sulfur, iron, and zinc with only trace amounts of cannabinoids. Hemp oil is used in food, as a carrier oil for CBD, and is also commonly found in organic skin care.
Products that go by the name of CBD oil and CBD hemp oil contain much higher amounts of the cannabinoid CBD – Cannabidiol. CBD oil is used in dietary supplements, for skin care, and topical applications.
What are the benefits of CBD in my skin care?
Our line of cosmetics based on hemp oil and CBD have fantastic properties to nourish, hydrate, soothe the skin and make it healthy, youthful and radiant.
CBD is effective in treating many different types of skin abnormalities. CBD works with cannabinoid receptors that are part of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) that is present in all mammals. CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors are found in sweat glands, hair follicles, and skin cells. CBD and these receptors help the skin’s Endocannabinoid system maintain homeostasis (perfect balance), which is what you want for naturally healthy looking skin.
CBD can help with redness, blemishes, uneven skin tone, blemishes, dry, rough skin, overly oily skin, repair damaged skin, alleviate the effects of sunburn, control blackheads and breakouts, post-shave soother, calm irritation that arises from contact with plants and itchiness from insect bites.
Does CBD reduce inflammation on my skin?
CBD contains antioxidants that neutralize free radicals and reduce skin inflammation. It stimulates the repair and rejuvenation of skin cells and also increases the absorption of other compounds deeper into the skin to reduce inflammation.
How is it used?
It is used for all skin types as your daily care routine. From customer testimonials and dermatological tests, we can see that users have noticed results within the first 1-3 days after using the CBD product. Store in a cool, dry place.
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  • The biggest advantage of hemp clothing is it’s durablity. Hemp fiber is at least 8 times stronger than cotton fiber. So clothes made of hemp will just not wear out. Most hemp clothing is actually a blend of hemp and cotton. 55% hemp and 45% cotton. The hemp cotton blend is more comfortable and more affordable. Another big advantage of hemp clothing, and this applies primarily to 100% hemp clothing is that it is more breathable. The hemp blast fiber is hollow and has a more open cell structure, so in the summer time, hemp clothing can feel very cool. In the winter time, the open cell structure acts as an insulator. But the biggest effect on whether the garment is more comfortable in the summer or winter is the thread count or weight. A 240 gram tshirt is going to feel much warmer than a 160 gram tshirt. Another huge advantage of hemp over cotton is the fact that it’s not cotton. Of all the pesitcides used in farming in the world, 2/3’s go to maintain cotton. Hemp requires very little if any pesticides. Even better, hemp is often used as a rotation crop with wheat or soybeans because the hemp root is a very strong and deep root. It kills off weeds, so the following year, the wheat field needs much less pesticides and herbisides because the hemp plant has killed most of the weeds. This was explained to me by a Canadian farmer first hand. Hemp is also blended with many other fibers including bamboo, silk and linen. The disadvantages is that hemp is a course fiber, so it ususally needs to be washed a few times. Often manufactures will garment wash the fabric to soften it and will often use softening agents which are bad for the environment. Just about all hemp fiber for clothing is grown in China, some is in Romania. But the fabric is often shipped to the US or Canada in spools and the garments are frequently cut, sewn and finished in the US or Canada. Just to clarify an earlier comment, hemp is not illegal. It is only illegal to grow it. The US is the only industrialized country that does not allow hemp to be grown commerically. But that may change soon. Hope this helps. 
  • Hemp is one of the fastest growing bio-masses on the planet; its oil is rich and great for producing bio-fuels such as ‘green’ diesel, as well as producing naturally strong, fine fibres useful for all kinds of textile applications. True, it tends to produce a coarser/rougher fabric than cotton garments, but the ecological benefits are significant. Hemp does not perform well once treated with the powerful chemical reagents prevalent in the textile industry, which makes hemp a more natural product. In addition, harvesting it is relatively simple, meaning that producing hemp fabric has an extremely low associated carbon footprint.