CBD Facial

What is

CBD Facial

Poko is a vegan and cruelty free skincare company that aims to transform your skincare routine using natural ingredients infused with high-quality CBD to supercharge your skin. At Poko, there's a product for everyone – no matter your age, gender, or skin type. Furthermore, Poko's entire line doesn't contain any harmful ingredients or additives. They're free from parabens, silicones, and synthetic substances. This means that they're safe, for even the most sensitive skin types. Our Poko range can target many skin conditions, listed below are what we can treat. But don’t worry, if your not sure we can help assess your skin on the day of treatment. This facial consists of a Double Cleanse, Steam, Tone, Moisturise with a combined facial massage.

TREATMENTS

>Acne

>Rosacea

>Eczema

>Dry Skin

>Anti-Aging

>Acne Facial

We all suffer from acne breakouts. Even if you’re blessed with flawless skin, the occasional pimple can be even more annoying – especially if you’re used to smooth, unblemished skin. These breakouts aren’t just mildly frustrating; they can also be painful, inflamed, and itchy. Plus, they can wreak havoc on your self-esteem, turning a good day into a bad one. It’s no secret that there’s an extensive list of products for acne-prone skin on the market – from concealers to topicals. However, far too many options are harsh; over time, they can compromise the skin’s natural moisture barrier and pH levels.

Poko, we believe in gentle, yet effective skincare.

Our skincare options for acne-prone skin contain a selection of natural ingredients: botanical extracts, essential oils, and plant-based essences.


Acne Facial

We all suffer from acne breakouts. Even if you’re blessed with flawless skin, the occasional pimple can be even more annoying – especially if you’re used to smooth, unblemished skin. These breakouts aren’t just mildly frustrating; they can also be painful, inflamed, and itchy. Plus, they can wreak havoc on your self-esteem, turning a good day into a bad one. It’s no secret that there’s an extensive list of products for acne-prone skin on the market – from concealers to topicals. However, far too many options are harsh; over time, they can compromise the skin’s natural moisture barrier and pH levels.

Thankfully, we come bearing good news: there’s always a Poko alternative. At Poko, we believe in gentle, yet effective skincare. Our skincare options for acne-prone skin contain a selection of natural ingredients: botanical extracts, essential oils, and plant-based essences.

We’ve curated a skincare collection that works for all skin types – including acne-prone skin. Our collection of skincare products for acne-prone skin works to address the root of the problem. Whether it’s a bacterial infection, a compromised moisture barrier, or clogged pores, our acne-friendly skincare line works to effectively resolve the issues. Choose from a selection of products: skin-friendly surface oils, cleansers, toners, moisturisers, and a spot gel. Each product is designed to work on its own – as part of an established skincare routine – or in conjunction with other Poko offerings.

At Poko, we believe in natural solutions to common skin conditions. We also want to help you treat your skin right. After all, healthy skin will reward you in kind – and there’s nothing better than that nourished glow. Therefore, no matter how bad the breakout, our selection of natural skincare products can help, all without compromising your natural moisture barrier. For whatever your skin needs, whenever you need it, reach for that Poko product. We all suffer from acne breakouts. Even if you’re blessed with flawless skin, the occasional pimple can be even more annoying – especially if you’re used to smooth, unblemished skin. These breakouts aren’t just mildly frustrating; they can also be painful, inflamed, and itchy. Plus, they can wreak havoc on your self-esteem, turning a good day into a bad one. It’s no secret that there’s an extensive list of products for acne-prone skin on the market – from concealers to topicals . However, far too many options are harsh; over time, they can compromise the skin’s natural moisture barrier and pH levels. Thankfully, we come bearing good news: there’s always a Poko alternative. At Poko, we believe in gentle, yet effective skincare. Our skincare options for acne-prone skin contain a selection of natural ingredients: botanical extracts, essential oils, and plant-based essences.We’ve curated a skincare collection that works for all skin types – including acne-prone skin. Our collection of skincare products for acne-prone skin works to address the root of the problem. Whether it’s a bacterial infection, a compromised moisture barrier, or clogged pores, our acne-friendly skincare line works to effectively resolve the issues. Choose from a selection of products: skin-friendly surface oils, cleansers, toners, moisturisers, and a spot gel. Each product is designed to work on its own – as part of an established skincare routine – or in conjunction with other Poko offerings.

At Poko, we believe in natural solutions to common skin conditions. We also want to help you treat your skin right. After all, healthy skin will reward you in kind – and there’s nothing better than that nourished glow. Therefore, no matter how bad the breakout, our selection of natural skincare products can help, all without compromising your natural moisture barrier. For whatever your skin needs, whenever you need it, reach for that Poko product.

Our Ingredients that help fight acne

Want to try an all-natural approach to your acne treatment regime? Check out these natural ingredients and fight your acne pimples.

Aloe vera juice

The juice from the aloe vera plant has been used for a long time in soothing irritated skin - especially if you’ve been out in the sun for too long on a hot day. Aloe vera’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties make it a fantastic choice for treating acne. It is rich in vitamin B, C, and E which works to protect the skin from pollutants and hydrates the skin, all of which can reduce acne breakouts.


Poko’s soothing moisturisers and serums harness the benefits of aloe vera and help alleviate your acne.

Apricot kernel oil

Apricots - great tasting and also great for your skin. Making a nourishing oil from the apricot kernel the non-greasy emollient becomes a rejuvenating salve when

applied to the skin. This really helps prevent dryness and inflammation during a breakout.

Avocado oil

Is there anything avocados can’t do? Great on eggs and also amazing for your skin when used in moisturisers. Unlike some moisturisers, avocado oil hydrates your skin by making it feel greasy or oily. It’s also packed full of anti-inflammatory nutrients.

Baobab oil

Baobab oil comes from those iconic trees on the plains of Africa and Australia and the oil from the tree is very high in linoleic acid. This works wonders for your skin

as the omega-3 fatty acid helps reduce swelling on the face, Incredible for when you have a nasty breakout.

Cannabidiol

CBD oil (cannabidiol) is everywhere these days and rightly so. Studies have suggested it could be useful in stopping the processes which are known to cause acne, like excess oil building up on your skin.

Green tea extract

Green tea has literally been used for thousands of years for its health benefits and with today’s scientists identifying that catechins are to thank for their anti inflammatory, antibiotic and antioxidant properties. This magical tea is also rich in epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which can help out people with oily and acne-prone skin. The EGCG does this by reducing the amount of sebum being released onto the skin - amazing!

Rosacea Treatment  

Rosacea is one of those surprising skin conditions in that it affects way more

people than you’d think .  The patches of red skin caused by rosacea can be soul-destroying, it can crush confidence and even make us want to cancel plans when breakouts happen. But don’t worry, help is at hand to get this condition under control. Red spots and rough skin and rawness, oh my! If you’ve immediately associated

these skin conditions with rosacea, then you’d be right. However, you aren’t alone – studies indicate that up to 415 million people struggle with rosacea, all over the

world. While it’s fairly common, it never gets any easier. In fact, a particularly bad flare-up can leave your skin sore and your confidence in tatters. Plus, it can affect

practically everyone, although middle-aged women with lighter skin are more likely to develop the condition.

While we don’t exactly know what causes rosacea, research has helped us better understand what can lead to flare-ups. Our diets could play a role in this, as

caffeine, dairy, and spicy food could all contribute to the possibility of a flare-up. However, the environment could be equally at fault. Ever noticed those pesky

rosacea flare-ups in the winter? Among other things, the cold and the wind can cause rosacea flare-ups. If you’ve felt the urge to crank up the heating in winter, this probably doesn’t help, either.

While there’s no way to properly get rid of rosacea, there certainly are ways to manage it. A visit to your local dermatologist could set you on the right path, and

provide you with several skin-friendly treatment options. However, if you only experience the occasional flare-up, we’ve got some good news: you can manage your rosacea from the comfort of your own home. All it takes is a good-quality, gentle skincare routine, as this can help address specific symptoms associated

with rosacea. Treat your skin to address redness and inflammation, while keeping your skin moisturised this works to lock moisture into your skin without clogging your pores. To help your skin look and feel its best, while addressing the redness and roughness associated with rosacea, let Poko help!


Our Ingredients that help fight Rosacea.

Apricot kernel oil

Apricots - great tasting and also great for your skin. Making a nourishing oil from the apricot kernel the non-greasy emollient becomes a rejuvenating salve when applied to the skin. This really helps prevent dryness and inflammation during a breakout.

Avocado oil

Is there anything avocados can’t do? Great on eggs and also amazing for your skin when used in moisturisers. Unlike some moisturisers, avocado oil hydrates your

skin by making it feel greasy or oily. It’s also packed full of anti-inflammatory nutrients.

Baobab oil

Baobab oil comes from those iconic trees on the plains of Africa and Australia and the oil from the tree is very high in linoleic acid. This works wonders for your skin as the omega-3 fatty acid helps reduce swelling on the face, Incredible for when you have a nasty breakout.

Cannabidiol

CBD oil (cannabidiol) is everywhere these days and rightly so. Studies have suggested it could be useful in stopping the processes which are known to cause acne, like excess oil building up on your skin.

Green tea extract

Green tea has literally been used for thousands of years for its health benefits and with today’s scientists identifying that catechins are to thank for their anti inflammatory, antibiotic and antioxidant properties. This magical tea is also rich in epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which can help out people with oily and acne-prone skin. The EGCG does this by reducing the amount of sebum being released onto the skin - amazing!

Eczema treatment

15 million people in the UK live with eczema. That’s over 20%, that’s more than one in five people, that’s more than all the people living in London, Birmingham

and Manchester combined. It’s one of the most common skin conditions out there. But what exactly is it and why does it look different on other people? We know all about dealing with eczema on a daily basis, so we’ve put together this complete guide to help you manage your eczema and hopefully teach you a thing or two along the way.

The good news is that eczema is very manageable and treatable, so let’s take a detailed look at what eczema is; its different types, symptoms, and treatment, and

take control of this incredibly common condition.

Eczema: What is it?

Eczema is a really common skin condition where patches of skin get itchy, crack and become inflamed and rough, some people even get blisters. It can be really

uncomfortable and anybody who has it would love for it to disappear.

*Puts on lab coat* The most common type of eczema is called ‘atopic dermatitis’. Atopic refers to a person's likelihood that they have allergies like hayfever and

asthma, these are often linked to people with Eczema. ‘Dermatitis’ refers to skin inflammation. So these two together sum up eczema.

There are five other types of eczema too, all with their own tell tale signs, but they also all share common symptoms like; redness, dry skin, scaly rashes and itching.

How to know if I have eczema?

Eczema is one of those conditions that seems to affect people in a whole wide range of ways (some have multiple types of eczema at the same time), so there’s no real guaranteed way to self-diagnose, but according to the National Eczema Association, there are some things to keep an eye out for:

>Persistent itch

>Inflamed and discoloured skin

>Rough, scaly, or leathery patches of skin

>Sensitive and dry skin

>Areas of swelling

>Crusting or oozing

The itch is the trademark symptom of eczema. It can be mild, but honestly, in most cases, the itch can be severe and lead to inflamed and discoloured skin. The

itch can get so bad that people scratch it until it bleeds, this is known as the dreaded ‘itch-scratch’.

Skin tone also plays a part, on light skin eczema looks red and on darker skin eczema can be brown-purple or grey.

You might have all the above-listed symptoms of eczema or just a few, you might have them all the time or they can come and go, but the important thing to do is to go see your doctor. Doctors see this type of thing all the time and they’ll give you a treatment that's perfectly suited to you.

Our Ingredients that help fight Eczema


Aloe Barbadenis Leaf Juice Extract

​Rich source of essential vitamins B, C, and E which are beneficial for skin health, as well as enzymes and antioxidants for protecting the skin against pollutants.

Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricot kernel oil is high in omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, which soothe the skin while keeping it soft and supple. Apricot kernel oil also closely resembles the natural sebum produced by the skin, making it an excellent ingredient for keeping your skin balanced and hydrated without irritation

Oatmeal

Rich in antioxidants, lipids and vitamins, oatmeal is a powerful anti-inflammatory plant extract.

It can calm skin quickly and effectively, making it suitable for even the most sensitive skin

types. It is particularly effective for alleviating rashes and sunburns, as well as soothing inflammatory skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.

Sea-Buckthorn Oil

Derived from the flesh of the Sea-Buckthorn berry, this oil is commonly found in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine. It is rich in antioxidants like vitamin E to protect the skin from free radicals, as well as keeping the skin moisturised. Fatty acids like stearic acid, linoleic acid and oleic acid help maintain the skin’s moisture barrier to protect from environmental pollutants.

Shea Butter

High levels of fatty acids and essential vitamins make shea butter an excellent occlusive for dry,dehydrated skin unable to retain enough moisture on its own. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory properties to help heal dry, damaged complexions, which help to condition the skin leaving it supple and smooth.

Sunflower Seed Oil

As a non-fragrant, non-volatile plant oil, sunflower seed oil is an effective emollient for treating dry skin while still being gentle enough for sensitive skin types. As a rich source of fatty acids like linoleic acid, it can also help repair the skin’s natural moisture barrier and strengthen its ability to keep moisture in, and harmful pollutants out.

Dry Skin treatment    

Itchy, flaky and stiff - this is not how our skin should be, but for so many of us, dry skin is oh too common, making us uncomfortable and even self-conscious. But it

doesn’t have to be that way, dry skin is totally treatable, you can start fixing it today.

Even if you’ve got very dry skin there’ll likely be a treatment out there that will nourish your skin back to health. But to do this, we need to understand dry skin, what causes it and how to help our skin. The Poko deep dive into dry skin will answer all these questions and point you towards a future with soft and supple skin.

What is dry skin?

Okay, so first things first - what is dry skin? Well, dry skin is just as it sounds, skin that lacks moisture. Here are some signs to watch out for if you suspect your skin

is drying out. Dry skin is often tight and easily irritated, especially by tight-fitting clothes. Fine lines and small pores develop on the skin and it can start to flake. It’s common for dry skin to develop a rougher than normal texture which makes applying makeup tricky.

What causes dry skin?

There’s gotta be a cause of this nuisance right? Actually, there are plenty of causes .Our environment can play a part, especially when we’re exposed to cold weather

or dry air for long periods of time. Using harsh chemicals in soaps too often, or not washing them away properly, can unbalance our natural pH. And there are some

natural factors too like our age, diet, hygiene and even our medication can throw our skin’s natural softness off tilt.

Aloe vera juice

Aloe vera juice is very beneficial for dry skin types. It is rich in vitamin B, C and E. Along with that, it protects our skin from pollutants thanks to its antioxidants and

enzymes. It is an excellent ingredient for hydrating and moisturising the skin. It is particularly well suited to this skin type since it keeps skin quenched. Aloe vera juice soothes the skin due to its natural anti-inflammatory properties also.

Not to mention, it is the perfect moisturising ingredient since it quickly absorbs into the skin. It has healing properties, which makes it great for treating sensitive, dry areas on your face.

Apricot kernel oil

Apricot kernel oil is a brilliant ingredient for treating dry skin since it is high in omega 3, omega 6, and omega 9. These are fatty acids that help our skin feel lush and luxurious. These acids work to make the skin soft and supple while simultaneously soothing it. They work so well because it resembles the natural sebum our skin produces. On top of this apricot kernel oil hydrates and balances the skin without causing any irritation. Being light on the skin, it absorbs into the skin quickly. It also seeps deep into the skin, keeping us moisturised better and for longer.

Cannabidiol

Cannabidiol, or as most of us call it, CBD, is a compound that is found in the hemp plant.

Research

has noted CBD could help treat skin conditions that feature dryness and itching. It has also been said to have soothing properties, which makes it ideal for sensitive skin.

People rave about how CBD has helped brighten up dull skin and works to fade fine lines. CBD is also said to have antioxidant properties, which can help prevent

free radical damage. Give a CBD skincare product a try and see the results for yourself.

Olive oil

​Olive oil is a natural way to soften skin that is packed full of fatty acids. These fatty acids enable dry skin types to retain water, which helps to keep skin

moisturised and hydrated. It is excellent for those experiencing sensitivity or irritation because it is naturally rich in squalene which really resembles the skin’s natural oils. They also work as antioxidants to heal and protect the skin from environmental damage. Olive oil, delicious and great for your skin.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal is another one of those surprising ingredients that’s also excellent for treating dry skin. It is rich in lipids, vitamins, and antioxidants. Not to mention, it

has anti-inflammatory as well, which is a godsend for us with sensitive skin. It has even been found to be beneficial for skin conditions like eczema

and psoriasis




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