Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the many cannabinoids found in the Cannabis Sativa plant and is a compound that has been used in many supplement and cosmetic applications for such things as Inflammation to insomnia.
When it comes dermatological conditions, CBD has also been getting some press. Some good, some not so good, but what is clear is that there is a growing body of evidence that suggests that CBD can be beneficial for skin conditions such as eczema, skin psoriasis and acne. (5)
As explained in an article published on The National Eczema Association site:
‘it has long been observed that cannabinoids possess anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and anti-itch qualities. There are reports of direct improvement of AD with topical cannabinoids. A recent study demonstrated that a molecule interacting with the endocannabinoid system inhibited mast cell activation. Mast cells are immune cells that release histamine when activated, which leads to intense itching and inflammation.’ (3)
Recent studies suggest the existence of a functional Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in the skin and it’s been claimed that the main physiological function of this cutaneous ‘ECS’ is to constitutively control the proper and well‐balanced proliferation, differentiation and survival, as well as immune competence and tolerance of skin cells. So, if this delicate balance is then disrupted, then this can facilitate the development of multiple pathological conditions and diseases of the skin. (21, 22) – An in vitro study performed in 2014 found that cannabidiol has lipostatic, antiproliferative and anti‐inflammatory effects which may make this non‐psychotrophic cannabinoid agent a promising therapy for acne vulgaris.24 
It has also been suggested that CBD’s universal ‘sebostatic action’ is accompanied by substantial ant-inflammatory effects and so therefore may provide supportive action in dermatological formulations. (1, 2, 24–30). 
High-quality derma products containing CBD could be the worth serious consideration, but CBD is not the whole story here …..
For hundreds of years, Oatmeal has been used as a soothing agent to relieve itchy and irritated skin and today colloidal oatmeal is used in various product types from moisturisers to shaving gels. Colloidal oatmeal is rich in starches and beta-glucan which explains the protective and water-holding functions of oat and the content of various phenol types explains its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Its many functional properties make colloidal oatmeal an ideal support for cleansing moisturising, skin protection as well as a soothing and anti-inflammatory agent.
As a natural anti irritant, this ingredient has been pronounced as safe and effective in Europe and so was a natural choice for Truverra as a key ingredient in its Derma range of Class 1 Medical Devices- all approved in Europe.
Truverra’s 3 Derma product/ Class 1 Medical Devices are formulated with both Colloidal Oatmeal and CBD. Read on!..
Dermaquet was developed to ease itchiness and the blistering sensation which you sometimes experience from acne. The Colloidal Oatmeal formula provides a thin layer which gives a calming effect to sensitive skin affected by acne. It also protects from external conditions. Supported with CBD extract, Curcumin and Helianthus, amongst other ingredients.
Dermasidol, last but not least in Truverra’s Derma range. Formulated to support the recovery of irritated and dry skin due to eczema. Dermasidol’s unique formula protects affected skin against substances that can irritate and even worsen symptoms. Oatmeal relieves, soothes and hydrates and the protective layer that is provided reduces bacteria that ends up on the damaged skin. Hemp Seed Oil, SimmondsiaChinensis Seed Oil and CBD is here too.
Dermafortis is a Class I Medical Device with colloidal oatmeal, to be applied to irritated and itchy skin. It’s made to produce a physical barrier on skin caused by psoriasis. This barrier keeps the skin hydrated as well as blocking attack from harmful external factors. Apart from colloidal oatmeal, other ingredients, such as CBD, are added as supporting ingredients.
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References: Cannabidiol exerts sebostatic and antiinflammatory effects on human sebocytes – Attila Oláh,1 Balázs I. Tóth,1,2 István Borbíró,1 Koji Sugawara,3,4 Attila G. Szöllõsi,1 Gabriella Czifra,1 Balázs Pál,5 Lídia Ambrus,1 Jennifer Kloepper,4 Emanuela Camera,6 Matteo Ludovici,6 Mauro Picardo,6 Thomas Voets,2 Christos C. Zouboulis,7 Ralf Paus,4,8 and Tamás Bíró1 First published July 25, 2014 – https://www.jci.org/articles/view/64628  What is new in the pathophysiology of acne, an overview B. Dréno First published: 14 August 2017https://doi.org/10.1111/jdv.14374
(3) ‘Can marijuana help eczema?’ (2019) National Eczema Association nationaleczema.org/can-marijuana-help/By Peter Lio, M.D., Helena Yardley, Ph.D. Altus Labs, & Jon Fernandez, SVP Altus Labs