Hemptouch is known as a cosmetic company and uses the ancient knowledge of Egypt and China when it comes to hemp. It is used together with the experiences of the CBD for the development of high quality body care products.

Only the best ingredients from nature are used for Hemptouch CBD products. This shows the high-quality hemp cosmetics care line.

Skincare company Hemptouch was founded by people with sensitive skin for people with sensitive skin. We know which sensitive skin is needed and which ingredients must be avoided. We only use the best certified ingredients with a verified origin.
Each of our products is certified, completely natural ingredients.

Inspired by powerful hemp plants, the Hemptouch brand has been created. The products contain a trilogy of hemp cannabinoids, hemp flour hydrolate and crude hemp oil. As a result, the ingredients contain important vitamins and minerals for the skin. Hemptouch skin care products are produced from hemp seed oil.

Hemptouch supervises their plants from sowing to harvesting, which ensures the highest quality ingredients. Hemp oil is cold pressed in our own press and we keep the oil unrefined as it is given by nature. Cold-pressed hemp oil is full of antioxidants, nourishes the skin with ceramides and fatty acids and at the same time restores moisture. Cannabis resin buds are harvested by hand and processed by two different processes: CO2 extraction and maceration.

Endocannabinoids, which are responsible for communication between cells, tissues and organs, occur naturally in the body. They act as a “brake” and soothe our nervous system and prevent cell overload.

Most research has been conducted on two types of receptors that recognize cannabinoids and to which cannabinoids bind and transfer information and tasks to neighboring cells. Typically, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) binds to CB1 receptors, which are primarily located in the central nervous system, while cannabidiol (CBD) binds to CB2 receptors in tissues related to the immune system.

If our body often suffers from stress and cannot produce enough of its own cannabinoids, these can also be taken externally in the form of hemp resin or drops. Phytocannabinoids, which are extracted from the cannabis plant, can bind to the same receptors, just like endocannabinoids. That is why the cells recognize and accept them and the immune system is brought into balance again.

An important characteristic of hemp, both Cannabis Sativa (industrial hemp) and Cannabis Indica (Indian hemp), is that it contains substances called cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are lipophilic molecules, soluble in fats, that bind to the cannabinoid receptors in cells and cause a variety of cellular changes. In general, cannabinoids are divided into two groups – endocannabinoids, which occur naturally in the human body (or animal) and phytocannabinoids, which occur in cannabis and other plants. WHAT IS CANNABIDIOL (CBD)? Cannabidiol (CBD), found in buds of weed plants, is one of the 85 active cannabinoids in hemp resin. More than 40 percent of all phytocannabinoids in the plant extract are CBD, and present in almost all cannabis varieties. In terms of usability, it is the most interesting cannabinoid for medical purposes after THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Recent studies, including clinical trials, confirm that CBD is just as important as THC and in some cases even more important.
Endocannabinoids are cannabinoids that our bodies can make themselves and activate cannabinoid receptors of cell membranes. They are named after the cannabinoids in cannabis, because their chemical structure is very similar.
Endocannabinoids are not stored in the body – FAAH (fatty acid amide hydrolase) – and MAGL (monoacylglycerol lipase) enzymes are needed for production and degradation. Endocannabinoids do not arise spontaneously, but require an appropriate physiological or pathological stimulus. If there is an abnormality in the synthesis of endocannabinoids in the body, cannabinoids from plants can be used to replace