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CBD Hemp Oil for Face

Hemp oil for face wrinkles and plumping hydration. Revitalize skin cells with 500mg CBD plus 100s of bioactive phytochemicals, minerals, and vitamins. Enhance collagen production, soothe inflammation, and fight free radical damage.

Use Total Renewal Face Oil morning and evening for radiant, renewed, glowing skin.

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Premium Hemp Oil for Your Face

Unleash beautiful skin on a cellular level with CBD and 6 youth-restoring plant extracts for face wrinkles and a healthy glow.


Cannabinoids are phenolic actives that can interact with our skin’s endocannabinoid system and other targets to reverse damage and revitalize skin cells.

Support For
  • PAIN

Terpenes are aromatic phenolic actives that can interact with molecular targets on our face to calm inflammation, prevent damage, and restore vibrant skin.

Primary Aromas
  • WOOD
  • HOPS

How to Use

Hemp Oil for Face Wrinkles

Activate your skin’s cannabinoid system and reverse the signs of aging with this daily ritual to help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while keeping your face nourished, hydrated, and positively glowing all day long!


500mg Cannabidiol (CBD) 20mg Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) 20mg Cannabichromene (CBC) 10mg Cannabigerol (CBG) Vitamins A, C, E, and B complex with the ideal ratio of Omega 6 and Omega 3 essential fatty acids

* Cannabinoid amounts are approximated based on the most recent certificates of analysis.

For Best Results

Apply directly onto cleansed, dry skin. Total Renewal Face Oil blends CBD rich hemp extract with organic and non-comedogenic hemp seed, rosehip, witch hazel, eucalyptus, and lavender oils for a nutritious moisturizer that is easily absorbed through the skin without clogging pores.

  • Shake
  • Measure
  • Dispense
  • Shake bottle well before use
  • Apply 3-5 drops to face & lightly massage until absorbed
  • Use morning and evening, under make-up or on its own
Montana Pure Botanicals Hemp Oil Skin Benefits

Improve collagen production

Researchers have found that CBD enhances collagen production, helping to firm up the skin and muscles while strengthening connective tissues and bones.

Total Renewal CBD Face Oil is packed with antioxidants like vitamins, polyphenols, cannabinoids, and flavonoids which have been shown to reduce collagen breakdown by minimizing the concentration of free radicals in the skin.

As we age, our skin becomes less efficient at producing oil, collagen, and elastin. Research shows that, on average, after we turn 20 years old, our skin produces 1% less collagen each year. We formulated our face oil to help combat this.

Support Healthy Skin Elasticity

Studies support that CBD-rich hemp oil may help improve and reverse aging outcomes such as fine lines and wrinkles by helping improve elastin production. Elastin gives our skin elasticity or stretchiness and the ability to snap back without sagging.

Enhance Skin Cell Regeneration

Hemp oil is rich in various phytochemicals and fatty acids such as α-linolenic acid that have been found to promote skin cell regeneration and wound healing, protect the skin from damage, and provide powerful hydration without clogging pores.

The omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids found in hemp are an important part of skin cells and the major building blocks of cell membranes.

Fight Free Radicals & Oxidative Damage

Hemp oil is packed with many vitamins and phenolic compounds such as CBD that in addition to their various other benefits are also powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals on our face, preventing them from creating more free radicals, causing inflammation, damaging other molecules, and leading to signs of aging such as wrinkles.

When antioxidants become outnumbered by free radicals on your face, a state of oxidative stress may occur, which if prolonged can damage DNA and skin cells .

3rd Party Tested & Lab Certified

We grow our organic Montana hemp in greenhouses for purity from environmental pollutants and cold Co2 extract for potency. Each batch of our premium organic full spectrum hemp extract is laboratory tested by Fidelity Diagnostics in Missoula, Montana to ensure our product is free from pesticides, toxins, and heavy metals.

View certificates of analysis here. here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of CBD Oil for your face?

CBD or cannabidiol has been shown to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties as well as to help reduce excess oil (sebum) production. When applied topically to your face, CBD Oil may help reduce collagen breakdown by decreasing the number of free radicals, improve elasticity, smoothness, and cell growth.

Can CBD Oil reduce wrinkles?

CBD, or cannabidiol oil, may reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by helping improve collagen levels, elasticity, and skin cell regeneration. Studies suggest that CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its ability to decrease oxidative stress and free radicals, may help reduce wrinkles on facial skin.

Can you use CBD for face redness?

Topical CBD has antimicrobial, oil-balancing, and anti-inflammatory benefits that can soothe irritated skin and reduce facial redness. Studies examining the use of CBD in the treatment of acne and rosacea, as well as eczema, suggest it can be helpful for these skin conditions.

How do you use CBD for acne?

CBD or cannabidiol oil can be applied directly to your face. Studies exploring CBD and acne have found that when CBD is applied topically to sebum-creating (a.k.a. oil-producing) cells, it helps regulate oil production, reduce inflammatory markers and exert antimicrobial activity against the acne-causing bacteria C. acnes.

Is CBD good for acne?

Studies suggest that CBD oil may reduce the amount and severity of acne by normalizing oil production by sebocytes (oil-producing cells), limiting the growth of new sebocytes, managing inflammation, and reducing the presence of C. acnes, the acne-related bacteria.

Can you use hemp oil on your face?

Yes! Hemp oil is the perfect face moisturizer for most skin types. It hydrates your face without clogging pores. It can also help balance oily skin by regulating the skin’s natural oil production. By preventing dry skin without clogging pores hemp oil can help reduce acne caused by excess oil.

What does hemp oil do for your face?

Hemp oil moisturizes your face while supplying it with all 20 amino acids, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and phenolic compounds. It has the ideal ratio of a-linoleic (Omega-6) and linoleic (Omega-3) fatty acids which are powerful antioxidants. Studies suggest hemp oil can help balance oil production, repair UV-damage, and reduce sunspots.

CBD and cannabis products for skincare are growing in popularity, but experts say more research is needed

Besides not having enough data on safety and effectiveness, dermatologists say a lack of quality control is also a concern

CBD is an active ingredient in cannabis, but on its own it doesn't get you high. It comes from the hemp plant, a cousin of marijuana.

The use of cannabidiol – otherwise known as CBD – and cannabis products for acne, psoriasis and other skin conditions continues to grow in popularity, but dermatologists warn there is a gap in what is known about the safety and effectiveness of these products.

One recent study found that 17.6% of a group of 500 adults said they used an over-the-counter cannabis product to treat a skin condition without a recommendation from a dermatologist. A large percentage of the participants also said that they were interested in trying the products.


CBD is one of many cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, but on its own is not psychoactive. That is caused by tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the main active chemical in marijuana. CBD actually comes from the hemp plant, a cousin of marijuana, and is also often manufactured in a laboratory.

Dr. Adam Friedman, chair of dermatology at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences and one of the study authors, told U.S. News & World Report that it was time for the science to catch up to the demand.

In the study, published in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, 20% of the people who had seen a dermatologist were advised by their doctors to try a CBD product and almost 8% of them used medical marijuana.

According to Harvard Health, The Farm Bill made CBD legal in the U.S. as long as it comes from hemp and not cannabis.

Buying CBD even without a medical marijuana license is legal in most states. In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, residents don't need a prescription to buy CBD oil as long as it was directly derived from hemp. To purchase medical marijuana, residents must be given an approved card by their physicians.

What do we know so far?

There has been some early animal data on how these products could help treat inflammatory skin diseases, but more research is needed, Friedman said.

Some dermatologists say CBD and cannabis products can help reduce the inflammation and damage caused by conditions such as acne, psoriasis and eczema.

Promising data from small studies suggest that topical CBD products can combat inflammation, reduce skin itchiness and may even help any wounds heal. However, researchers have yet to offer a clear safety profile or nail down the best dose or formulation.

One 2014 study on human skin samples found that CBD compounds slowed excessive oil buildup, which is often at the root of acne breakouts. It also had anti-inflammatory effects on oil-producing skin glands.

Another study, published in the journal La Clinica Terapeutica, tested CBD-enriched ointment on scars related to psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. After applying the ointment to the scars twice a day for three months, the participants reported significant improvement in the appearances of their skin.

Based on the results of a 2005 study on hemodialysis patients with itchy skin, the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology says CBD shows a lot of promise, particularly in the treatment of skin itchiness.

The World Health Organization considers CBD to be safe for most people, but reports that some side effects including fatigue, diarrhea and changes in appetite and weight, are possible. It is important to note that these side effects are largely reported in people who ingested CBD, not applied it to the skin.

Lack of regulation

Besides a lack of research on the safety and effectiveness of these products, health experts say the lack of quality control with CBD oil is another concern. This is because, unlike medical marijuana, these products are not regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

People who are considering purchasing one of these products are advised to look at all the ingredients to make sure the product does not contain anything they might be sensitive to. They also should review the product's Certificate of Analysis, if available.

The document includes any testing that has been done on the product. Certificates of analysis can often be found online, but most companies will provide them directly if requested. People are advised to buy from companies whose products are tested in independent laboratories.

Dermatologists emphasize that people should never use these products as a replacement for any prescribed treatment for a skin disease. Additionally, when using them, people should do a patch test first to check for any reactions to the products' ingredients.

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