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Cannabis Sativa – Cosmetic Ingredient

PCPC Ingredient Database

Cannabis Sativa Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract


Chemical Class(es): Botanical Products and Botanical Derivatives
Reported Functions: Antiacne Agents; Antioxidants; Drug Astringents - Skin Protectant Drugs; Skin
Protectants; Skin-Conditioning Agents - Miscellaneous

Cannabis Sativa Seedcake


Chemical Class(es): Botanical Products and Botanical Derivatives
Reported Functions: Abrasives; Exfoliants
Trademark
 Hemp Seed (Presscake) Powder (Statfold Seed Oil Ltd.)

Supplier
 Statfold Seed Oil Ltd.

Cannabis Sativa Seedcake Powder


Chemical Class(es): Botanical Products and Botanical Derivatives
Reported Functions: Skin-Conditioning Agents - Miscellaneous

Cannabis Sativa Seed Extract


Chemical Class(es): Botanical Products and Botanical Derivatives
Reported Functions Skin-Conditioning Agents - Emollient
Trademarks
 Hemp Seed Extract (Carrubba, Inc.)
 Hemp Seed Extract (Arch Personal Care Products, L.P. / Lonza Personal Care)

Suppliers
 Arch Personal Care Products, L.P. / Lonza Personal Care

Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil


Chemical Class(es): Fats and Oils
Reported Functions: Skin-Conditioning Agents – Miscellaneous
Trademarks
 AEC Hemp Oil (A & E Connock (Perfumery & Cosmetics) Ltd.)
 Biochemica Hemp Oil (The Hallstar Company)
 Botanol HSO (Botanigenics, Inc)
 Certified Organic Hemp Oil (Formula One Sciences, Inc.)
 Hemp Oil (Aldivia S.A.S.)
 Hemp Seed Butter (Charkit Chemical Corporation)
 Hempseed Oil (Henry Lamotte Oils GmbH)
 Hemp Seed Oil, Premier (Premier Specialties Inc.)

Suppliers
 A & E Connock (Perfumery & Cosmetics) Ltd.
 Aldivia S.A.S.
 All Ingredients Plus
 Botanigenics, Inc
 Charkit Chemical Corporation
 DeWolf Chemical, Inc.
 Formula One Sciences, Inc.
 The Hallstar Company
 Henry Lamotte Oils GmbH
 Natural Sourcing
 Pokonobe Industries Inc.
 Premier Specialties Inc.
 Stearinerie Dubois Fils
 Textron Tecnica, S.L.

Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Glycereth-8 Esters


Chemical Class(es): Transesters
Reported Functions: Skin-Conditioning Agents - Emollient; Surfactants - Emulsifying Agents
Trademarks
 Resplanta Hemp (Res Pharma Industriale S.r.l.)

Suppliers
 Res Pharma Industriale S.r.l.

Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil PEG-8 Esters


Chemical Class(es): Transesters
Reported Functions: Skin-Conditioning Agents - Emollient; Surfactants - Emulsifying Agents
Trademarks
Viatenza Hemp PE8 (Aldivia S.A.S.)
Suppliers
 Aldivia S.A.S.
 Kinetik Technologies

Cannabis Sativa Stem Powder


Chemical Class(es): Botanical Products and Botanical Derivatives
Reported Functions: Skin-Conditioning Agents - Miscellaneous; Slip Modifiers
Trademarks
 Cannabis Sativa Stem (Essence Okinawa Healing Cafe)
Suppliers
 Essence Okinawa Healing Cafe

Hydrolyzed Cannabis Sativa Seed Extract


Chemical Class(es): Botanical Products and Botanical Derivatives
Reported Functions: Hair Conditioning Agents; Skin-Conditioning Agents – Miscellaneous

Trademarks
 Kelihemp (Kelisema Italy)
Suppliers
 Kelisema Italy
CosIng EU – Ingredient Database

Restriction/
# INCI Name/Substance Name CAS No. EC No.
Annex/Ref #
(*) 1. Cannabis and Cannabis resin; Cannabis sativa, ext. 8063-14-7 / 89958-21-4 - / 289-644-3 II/306
2. CANNABIS SATIVA FLOWER/LEAF/STEM EXTRACT II/306 - exception of
Cannabis sativa L.
(varieties with a
tetrahydrocannabinol
content not
exceeding 0,2 %)

3. CANNABIS SATIVA SEED EXTRACT 89958-21-4 289-644-3 II/306 - exception of


Cannabis sativa L.
(varieties with a
tetrahydrocannabinol
content not
exceeding 0,2 %)

4. CANNABIS SATIVA SEED OIL 89958-21-4 289-644-3 II/306 - exception of


Cannabis sativa L.
(varieties with a
tetrahydrocannabinol
content not
exceeding 0,2 %)

5. CANNABIS SATIVA SEED OIL GLYCERETH-8 ESTERS - - II/306 - exception of


Cannabis sativa L.
(varieties with a
tetrahydrocannabinol
content not
exceeding 0,2 %)

6. CANNABIS SATIVA SEED OIL PEG-8 ESTERS - - II/306 - exception of


Cannabis sativa L.
(varieties with a
tetrahydrocannabinol
content not
exceeding 0,2 %)

7. CANNABIS SATIVA SEEDCAKE II/306 - exception of


Cannabis sativa L.
(varieties with a
tetrahydrocannabinol
content not
exceeding 0,2 %)

8. CANNABIS SATIVA SEEDCAKE POWDER 89958-21-4 289-644-3 II/306 R4


9. CANNABIS SATIVA STEM POWDER 89958- 289- II/306 - exception of Cannabis sativa L. (varieties with a
21-4 644-3 tetrahydrocannabinol content not exceeding 0,2 %)

10. DECYL HEMPSEEDATE - -

11. HYDROGENATED HEMP SEED OIL - -

12. HYDROLYZED CANNABIS SATIVA II/306 - exception of Cannabis sativa L. (varieties with a
SEED EXTRACT tetrahydrocannabinol content not exceeding 0,2 %)

13. HYDROLYZED HEMP SEED - -


EXTRACT
14. POLY(DIMER HEMPSEED OIL) - -

15. POTASSIUM HEMPSEEDATE 68424- 270-


21-5 281-4

Articles

http://www.cieskincarecollege.com/cannabis-and-its-usage-in-cosmetics/
Cannabis and Its Usage in Cosmetics
Written by Lisa Reed, Licensed Esthetician and CIE, Inc. Instructor
Now that cannabis is legal in Colorado and Washington, many people are wondering about how
cannabis effects the skin. Cannabis seed oil, also known as hemp seed oil, has been used in cosmetics
throughout the war on drugs.Cannabis has long been a beauty product ingredient. It contains only
trace elements of THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the psycho- active ingredient in marijuana.
Hemp is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and as such a great emollient for skin and hair.
The medical marijuana business in the U.S. is worth approximately $2 billion annually, whereas the
cosmetic business is many times that size (approximately $50 billion). Clinical research from Canada,
Switzerland and Israel show that cannabinoids ( CBD�??s ) have anti-aging properties and may even
be more potent anti-oxidents than Vitamins C and E.Findings are confirming that cannabinoids are
responsible for lipid production and, therefore, for regulating conditions such as dry skin or
acne,these can be efficiently applied locally to the skin in the form of a cream.
Hempz and Cannabis Beauty Defined are two cosmetic companies using hemp seed oil in their
ingredients. They can be found at many beauty suppliers and salons.
SOURCE: The Cosmetic Racket by Anneli Rufus

http://www.refinery29.com/marijuana-beauty-products

Clinical studies have found THC to be a pain reliever, antioxidant, and suppressor of seizures. CBD
has anxiety-quelling, antibacterial, even cancer-killing properties. In the derm realm, these same
molecules are proving to be useful remedies for treating skin woes, like acne, psoriasis, and eczema
(more on that ahead). Yet, despite all the buzz, our understanding of cannabis and the ways it can
benefit our skin, hair, and senses has been hazy at best...until now.
Ahead, we call on dermatologists, cosmetic chemists, perfumers, botanists, even a couple of
neuroscientists and psychopharmacology researchers (the guys who investigate myriad uses for
medical marijuana) to enlighten us on the age-old ingredient when it comes to makeup, fragrance,
skin, and hair care. It’s high time, wouldn’t you say?

http://www.cannabis-cosmetics.com/
http://www.cannabis-cosmetics.com/hemp-cosmetics
http://www.cannabis-cosmetics.com/about-us

Active hemp cosmetics


The first thing most people think of when someone says 'hemp' is marijuana, something forbidden and
harmful. Few people would associate it with medicinal effects. Still, the doctors see the future of hemp
cosmetics.

Firstly, I must emphasize that this is technical cannabis. It contains a small amount of THC so do not expect
hallucinogenic effects from it. It meets exactly the European standards, where the limit is up to 0.3% in dry
form.

Why oil ?
Maybe you're wondering what's so miraculous in hemp oil compared to other oils used in cosmetics. First and
foremost it is hypoallergenic. Thus, it is well rubbed into the skin and not just some sort of surface layer, it
contains unsaturated fatty acids to penetrate into deeper layers, which act directly on cellular processes. Apart
from that it can cope with skin pH, harmonizes the volume of lipids and hydrates. It generally improves the
quality and resilience of the skin. Pure hemp oil (unrefined) belongs to the most valuable vegetable oils. It
contains important substances such as α-and γ-linolenic fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and phytosterols, which,
due to modern way of life, are not sufficiently supplied to our body in their natural form.

https://www.botanical-online.com/medicinalscannabissativacastella.htm
http://www.tecnicoagricola.es/descripcion-de-la-planta-cannabis-sativa/
https://cieloazulgris.wordpress.com/2013/04/21/marihuana-101-fitoquimica/
https://www.projectcbd.org/es/ciencia/farmacologia-del-cannabis/como-funciona-el-cbd