The next generation in skin-penetrating topicals is liposomal CBD with man-made tech for best bioavailability
“Liposome” has become quite a buzzword in recent years, largely driven by new advances in the pharmacology and dietary supplement industry. One can find plenty of dietary supplements ranging from vitamin C to curcumin to even colostrum using liposomal delivery systems, and now liposomal CBD products have made their way into the buying tastes and preferences of the consumer.
Liposomal technology, broadly speaking, refers to the use of liposomes to both target drug therapy (in our case CBD) to receptor-specific tissue (in our case the endocannabinoid system) and to enhance bioavailability.
What are liposomes?
The word liposome derives from Greek roots where “lipo“ refers to “fat” and “some” refers to “body.” But a liposome is much more than a “fat body.”
Further, a liposome can function like a cell, having the ability to interact chemically with a cell. Where a living cell membrane has two concentric layers of phospholipid building blocks called a phospholipid bilayer, a liposome will generally have one. Liposomes can travel through the watery mix of tissue matrix intact until arriving at the site of administration.
Delivery vehicles for CBD
Liposomes improve transdermal systems by acting as delivery vehicles for CBD. They are nonimmunogenic and non-toxic, thermodynamically stable (prolonged shelf life), and non-irritating to the skin. Because of their ease of preparation, thermodynamic stability, bio-compatibility, enhanced topical performance and safety after prolonged application, liposomal topicals are the vehicle of choice for topical delivery systems.
Importantly, a great advantage of the dual (hydrophobic/hydrophilic) nature of liposomes is their ability to drive higher concentrations of CBD and improve delivery efficiency. Because of their hydrophobic nature, liposomes are able to effectively penetrate the stratum corneum, a particularly watertight barrier of the skin. And because of their hydrophilic nature, liposomes absorb readily into the more aqueous layers of deeper tissue. The improvement in skin permeation, ability to drive higher concentrations and the ability to target tissue make liposomal transdermal delivery systems superior compared with conventional topicals.
Advantages of liposomal transdermal delivery
Liposomal delivery has the advantage of the ability to deliver substances over a wide range of physiochemical properties such as molecular weight, size, solubility, electrical charge (proteins), etc., making it an ideal choice for cannabinoid delivery.
Liposomal systems form spontaneously (self-assemble) and without the application of heat, making them very stable, moisture insensitive and easy to handle, with a long shelf life. Liposomes are very safe for longterm use, being nonimmunogenic, biocompatible and biodegradable. And liposomes offer total dermal absorption, penetrating the watertight barrier of the skin for superior transdermal delivery.
CBD products, treatments and therapies have gained (near) universal acceptance, having proven themselves — by now, post medicinal marijuana — as effective for just about any health condition with an inflammatory component, which is just about any health condition you can think of. Coupled with this new technology of delivery, liposomal CBD products will offer therapeutic value for years to come.
All of our products are made with Liposomal Hemp Oil. We are proud to have our Hemp Handler’s permit and make our own organic Liposomal Hemp Oil in house. We know you will feel the difference.