Will CBD Stain My Clothes?
It appears Cannabidiol (CBD) is everywhere on the market these days. Whether purchased at a store or online, consumers can find the product that best fits their needs in a variety of forms. Over-the-counter and ready-made products offer a range of choices which include capsules, oils, and even topical products, like lotions and creams. Reasons why you should apply CBD to the skin range from relief from aching muscles to reducing a problem with acne. There are even recipes for making your own topical oils, combining a carrier oil with a CBD extract. In reading the instructions for using topical oils, lotions and creams however, seeing the words ?apply liberally to the affected areas?, may bring up a question: will these products stain my clothes?
The simple answer is no.
Basically, chlorophyll is what makes plants green and some CBD oils contain trace amounts of Chlorophyll, not enough to produce a stain. Nothing to get stressed out about but if you want to be totally sure, test your cr?me or oil on a rag or other non-critical material. It?s a simple way to get feedback on any potential staining ingredients.
The other concern is the oil itself staining your clothing. If you check the ingredients on your CBD products, you are likely to see Fractionated Coconut Oil. Below is a list of benefits of Fractionated Coconut oil and why it is such an ideal carrier for CBD.
1. Unlike other vegetable-based carrier oils, Fractionated Coconut Oil does not have a greasy feel.
2. Unlike regular coconut oil, that is in a solid state, fractionated coconut oil is always in liquid form. This enables the oil to stay liquid and enjoy an extremely long shelf life without concern of turning rancid.
3. Fractionated Coconut Oil is odorless.
4. Fractionated Coconut oil is colorless so it will not stain your clothes or other items.
Enjoy the many health benefits of CBD products and don?t stress over concerns about staining.