Cibdol’s new Aczedol salve utilises the nurturing power of CBD to combat the symptoms of acne. Aczedol is a class I medical device salve, specially designed to alleviate the itch and burning sensation associated with acne vulgaris. Featuring the power of liposomes, which allow CBD’s restorative and antibacterial functions to penetrate deep into the skin, where it is needed most.
Aczedol is formulated differently than other kinds of CBD salves. The main ingredient is colloidal oatmeal, which supports and protects the irritated skin with a supportive layer. This activity is bolstered with cannabidiol from the Cannabis sativa plant.
Its uniquely crafted formula protects fragile and sensitive skin affected by acne, which allows CBD’s restorative and antibacterial functions to penetrate deep into the skin where it is needed most.
Aczedol is applied topically to the face by administering a small, thin amount to problem areas of the skin 2–3 times daily. Do not use this product on recently injured skin. Avoid making contact with the eye and under-eye areas, as this may cause irritation.
Aczedol’s liposomal formula facilitates the passing of active ingredients through multiple layers of the skin for maximum penetrative power. Most commonly used in prescription drugs, liposomes are vesicles that have been found to be extremely effective in nutraceutical supplements.
Liposomes’ low rate of absorption and encapsulating lipid bilayer(s) allows active ingredients to be absorbed directly into cells, as opposed to entering the bloodstream or digestive system first. Active ingredients are able to reach cells in a much more streamlined way than if liposomes were not present. Topical formulas have been cited as surpassing ordinary creams up to four times in delivering active ingredients.
There are no side effects expected. However, if redness, burning, or rash occurs, discontinue use and consult with your physician or healthcare provider.
Those allergic to any of the product ingredients (see ingredients section for detailed information), especially those allergic to grasses (Poaceae) should avoid the use of Aczedol. Gluten and/or soy-intolerant individuals should consult their personal healthcare provider prior to use. Oatmeal contains gluten and lecithin is made from soy.
|Dosage||2 - 3 times a day|
|Instructions||Apply thinly and massage gently into the skin.|
|Conserve||Cool, dark and dry|
|Ingredients||Lecithin; Glycerol; Ethanol; Vitis vinfera seed oil; Arachidyl alcohol; Colloidal oatmeal; Niacinamide; Simmondsia chinesis seed oil; Squalane; Cetearyl Alcohol; Myristyl Alcohol; Panthenol; Behenyl Alcohol; Glyceryl Caprylate; Arachidyl Glucoside; Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/sodium actryldimthyl Taurate Copoly; Tocopherly Acetate; Myristyl Glucoside; Cetearyl Glucoside; Myristicine; Cannabidiol; Glycerin; Thetrahydrocurcumin; Rosemary extract; Allantoin; Caprylhydroxamic Acid; Lactic Acid, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate; Glucose; Alcohol; water.|
|Medical device||Class 1|