11 Legit CBD Oils to Use From Head-to-Toe
Melanie Rud is a Chicago-based writer with 10 years of experience covering beauty. She covers all things skincare for Byrdie, from ingredients to acne advice.
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These days, CBD is just about as well-known as the ABCs. CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is a plant-based compound (a cannabinoid) found in the flowers and leaves of the hemp plant. The jury is still somewhat out when it comes to hard-hitting scientific evidence about the benefits of CBD; most experts agree that more research is needed. But the anecdotal evidence is there and CBD proponents—as well as many users—claim that it can calm anxiety to improve sleep, knock out period cramps, reduce redness and inflammation in the skin, and way more.
There are also a fair amount of topical CBD oils out there, though keep in mind that these fall into a bit of a different category than other topical CBD products out there when it comes to their effects. “Oils are great at softening and moisturizing, but they tend to sit on top, rather than sink into the skin,” explains Charlotte Palermino, co-founder of the cannabis education website Nice Paper. And this means they’re not necessarily going to be the best delivery system for active ingredients, CBD included, she points out. The upshot of this? If you’re just dipping your toe into the CBD pool, using a topical oil can be one way to ensure you’re getting not quite as much of the ingredient. And, on the flip side, if you do really want to reap the benefits, you can simply choose products with a higher concentration of CBD.
“Your endocannabinoid system—the receptors that are impacted by CBD—is deeper in your skin, so until we see a clinical trial on how oils penetrate and at which dose, look for higher milligrams of CBD in your oils if you want to see an effect,” advises Palermino. (While there are no exact dosing guidelines, you can consider 100 milligrams in a one-ounce dropper bottle a low dose, she adds.) At the end of the day, with any kind of CBD product, it’s important to be a savvy and somewhat skeptical shopper, given that the industry is self-regulated and lacks any clear cut rules or guidelines.
But if you’re not sure where to start, try any of these best CBD oils that are worth the hype.
Best Overall: Herbivore Emerald CBD+ Adaptogens Deep Moisture Glow Oil
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This radiance-enhancing oil contains not only CBD but also a range of other cannabinoids—CBD is only one of many—that all work together to improve the formula’s efficacy. It also touts another buzzed-about ingredient, ashwagandha, an adaptogen known for helping the skin deal with stressors such as pollution, stress, and UV rays (aka the things you’re bombarded with daily). FYI, this does contain 0.3% THC, so if that’s something you’re wary of, you may want to skip this one.
Best for Body: Lord Jones High CBD Formula Body Oil
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Beauty editors go ga-ga for this brand, one of the better known CBD brands out there. Not only is the CBD they use the good stuff (lab-tested and cultivated in the USA), the variety of products is just great in general. Case in point: Even without the included 100 milligrams CBD, this would be a standout body oil. Five different oils pack a powerful hit of hydration yet still absorb with lightning speed, and the evergreen-citrusy scent is next-level sophisticated. But our favorite part? The brilliant rollerball tip that makes application a breeze.
Best for Face: Lab to Beauty The Recovery Oil
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No matter whether your complexion is dry, prone to breakouts, or easily irritated, this is a universal fix. How can that be, you ask? To knock out dryness, you have a blend of moisturizing oils. In the breakout department, you have jojoba oil and CBD, both of which can help balance oil production. And for sensitive types, there’s soothing rosehip oil, calendula extract, and CBD, of course. It’s a rare example of one-size-fits-all skincare.
Best for Dry Skin: Josie Maran Skin Dope Argan Oil + 100 MG CBD Oil
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There are only two ingredients in this formula, a clean skincare fan’s dream. You’ve got 100% pure argan oil, one of the best sources of omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids out there, ideal for quenching even the most parched of complexions. That’s paired with CBD-rich cannabis sativa hemp extract to help knock out inflammation and redness, which can often go hand-in-hand with super dry skin.
Best for Relaxation: Sagely Naturals Drift & Dream Body Oil
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A warm shower or bath is one easy way to chill out, fast, but you can ramp up the effects even further by slathering this oil on afterward. It boasts a blend of different oils formulated to help you chill out. There’s lavender oil, known to have aromatherapeutic benefits and for promoting relaxation, geranium oil to ease stress, and grounding clary sage oil, plus 100 mg of CBD oil. Also nice: You can easily find the brand’s Certificate of Analysis (COA) on their website, something important to seek out if you want to make sure the CBD you’re getting is legit, advises Palermino.
Best Low Potency: Kana Lit Hemp Face Oil
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With just 50 milligrams of CBD, this is a great option for CBD newbs. Along with the CBD, it also has hemp seed oil, a great hydrator, and a litany of other beneficial botanical oils to help moisturize and reduce redness. Insider tip: Try patting on a drop or two over makeup mid-day, as a way to combat that afternoon skin slump and get your complexion nice and glowy again.
Best Medium Potency: BLNCD Vital Nutrient Complex Cannabis Infused Face Oil
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Think of this as a green smoothie for your skin—a one-stop-shop where you can easily get all the vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and antioxidants your skin needs. We’re talking over 15 different plant oils that can do everything from smooth out wrinkles to minimize scars to soothe irritation. That includes 250 milligrams of full-spectrum hemp extract where you get the CBD benefits. (Just keep in mind that is another formula that does contain trace amounts of THC.)
Best High Potency: Saint Jane Luxury CBD Beauty Serum
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Those who are fully on board the CBD bandwagon will appreciate that this face oil packs a whopping 500 milligrams of the good stuff (which also happens to be evaluated for quality four times, higher than the industry standard). A long list of 20 other botanicals works synergistically in the formula to do everything from hydrate to smooth out skin’s texture to boost your glow.
Best for Nighttime: Populum Lavender + CBD Face Oil
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Make the most of those precious hours of beauty sleep and apply a few drops of this before you hit the sack. Lavender oil helps you relax, but did you know that it’s also a potent antioxidant that can help ward off signs of aging? You also get 250 milligrams of CBD oil, as well as hempseed and grapeseed oils for a dose of good-for-your-skin fatty acids. Not to mention that the formula has been lab-tested, and you can easily see those results before you buy the product, a major plus when you’re talking about any kind of CBD product.
Best for Balancing: Muri Lelu Mauvaise Herbe Indica Oil
This CBD oil definitely smells like CBD, so keep that in mind. Once you get over the herbal smell (or breathe it in deeply, if you like it), you’ll notice that the oil feels lighter than most other face oils and sinks in instantly. It’s made with full-spectrum, whole flower cannabis extract and terpenes to boost its soothing, restoring and calming abilities, plus slew of other skin-loving ingredients like squalane for hydration, licorice for brightening, and more. “I love that it sinks in instantly and makes my oily-combo skin look noticeably calmer and more balanced in the morning after I use it,” says Byrdie’s editorial director, Faith Xue. “It gave me skin more of a glow after just a week of using, and helped soothe some irritation I had experienced from overdoing it with a chemical peel.”
Best Massage Oil: Reign Together CBD Massage Oil
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If you haven’t yet gotten a massage using a CBD oil or cream, do yourself a favor and get one, stat (and thank us later). We suggest you BYO and take this oil to your next rub down. 100 percent natural and THC-free, it has 160 milligrams of CBD oil, along with arnica, to help further soothe sore muscles. Top tip: Many of your endocannabinoid receptors are located down the sides of your spine, so make sure it gets rubbed in really well on your back.
Why Trust Byrdie?
Byrdie contributor Melanie Rud has over a decade of experience in the beauty industry, writing for some of the biggest magazines and websites out there. She’s very on board the CBD train, and takes it both internally and uses it topically. One of her favorite ways to use CBD oils? As part of a massage to relieve achy muscles; the one featured in this list is her latest go-to.
Charlotte Palermino is the co-founder of Nice Paper, a cannabis education website that publishes a weekly newsletter and consults with cannabis companies in Canada and the U.S. Charlotte is also the CEO of Dieux, a clinically-tested cannabinoid skincare line set to launch this year.
CBD Oil for Wrinkles: Does It Actually Work?
You probably already know someone who takes CBD oil to relieve stress or anxiety or rubs CBD balm on their joints after sports or before bed. Chances are good that you know the basics about CBD, but what’s the connection to aging and wrinkles?
Cannabidiol or CBD is a component that occurs naturally in cannabis. Unlike the tetrahydrocannabinol or THC in cannabis, CBD won’t get you high, but it does boast a range of medicinal uses. In fact, more and more consumers are now using CBD to treat all kinds of maladies, from insomnia and nausea to muscle pain and depression.
So maybe it shouldn’t be a surprise that now CBD is turning up in all kinds of high-end skincare serums, gels, masks, and creams, all of which make different claims. Some aim to alleviate dry skin, others can prevent pimples, and some smooth wrinkles.
How does it work? Like other powerful antioxidants, CBD can help reduce visible signs of aging. CBD topicals can soothe inflammation and counteract damage from free-radicals, improving signs of aging such as wrinkles, ruddy skin tone, and skin dullness and making them less noticeable.
In this post, we’ll cover how CBD can help reduce wrinkles and aging in the following sections:
Causes of Skin Aging
The vast majority of visible aging of the skin is caused by exposure to sunlight and ultraviolet (UV) light. Stress, pollution, an unhealthful diet, and other factors related to lifestyle are also relevant. In fact, only a small portion of the aging we see on our skin is caused by changes that naturally occur in our bodies as we get older.
After age 20 or so, the skin becomes less elastic and firm as the body produces about 1 percent less collagen each year and also reduces elastin production. The skin becomes thinner and more delicate, and its capacity to heal itself lessens. These problems get worse as less oil is produced by the oil glands beneath the skin’s outer layer, and the end result of the combined changes can be larger pores, fine lines, sagging skin, and wrinkles—all traits that can make the skin appear even older than it really is.
It’s not yet possible to prevent aging, but there are things we can do to target, prevent, and in some cases reverse premature aging. This is particularly true given that so much of what causes signs of aging skin (such as sunlight exposure or poor diet) originates outside the body and within our control.
The question is, how could CBD help reduce or mitigate the impacts these factors play when it comes to signs of aging?
What Is CBD Oil?
Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-intoxicating plant compound found in the Cannabis sativa plant. Therefore, it occurs naturally in both hemp plants and marijuana plants. Typically manufacturers extract CBD as a powder and suspend it in an oil such as hemp oil, olive oil, or coconut oil. Because CBD is fat-soluble and each of these oils has its own benefits, each suspension may enhance the CBD’s effectiveness.
Unlike the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in marijuana, CBD oil in skincare products cannot get you high. CBD simply does not share the same mind-altering qualities.
CBD oil and hemp seed oil are not the same thing, but both are excellent for the skin. Although businesses often market the two products interchangeably, the difference is in the CBD concentration itself. Hemp seed oil contains only trace amounts of CBD, if any, though it is derived from hemp plant seeds. Hemp seed oil is among the best non-animal sources of omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids, and many of these acids are known for their skin-moisturizing benefits such as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).
CBD oil is much more concentrated in CBD. All FDA-regulated CBD products follow the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI), meaning they should have their name and an ingredient label that actually lists cannabidiol. Any alternative titles or terms on ingredient labels may or may not signal a product that actually contains cannabidiol. For example, “CBD-enriched hemp seed oil” is not the same ingredient as cannabidiol. In any case, you can always request the assay or product specification from the company to be 100 percent certain of what you are getting.
What Does CBD in Skincare Do?
In broad terms, we are just beginning to learn how CBD and skin care work together. It works in the body and in topical CBD products.
CBD is one of more than 100 phytocannabinoids (plant cannabinoids). The human body produces its own cannabinoids naturally throughout the endocannabinoid system, or ECS, and those cannabinoids are called endocannabinoids. In the body, endocannabinoids bind as neurotransmitters with the CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors throughout the brain and body. They help achieve stasis and regulate many internal functions such as appetite, hormones, immune system, mood, sleep, and more.
The ECS cannot always completely regulate all bodily functions or produce the exact right level of cannabinoids itself. This is why introducing phytocannabinoids from cannabis can improve the body’s health in a number of ways.
CBD Oil vs CBD Topicals for Wrinkles on the Skin
Listen, no matter what, do not smoke to help your skin. That is a fail. Whether it’s cannabis, regular cigarettes, or CBD flower, smoking is just not ideal for anti-aging. Smoking can produce free radicals, and other organic materials in the cannabis plant and certainly in some vape pen oils contain substances that are not great for your lungs or skin once they’re burned and inhaled by you.
This essentially leaves you treating skin conditions with CBD topicals such as face cream or balm and CBD oils. One acceptable method for consuming CBD in the anti-aging context is to use a strong, high-quality CBD extract or CBD oil orally. Particularly if you hold the product under your tongue to absorb, you may experience the effects more quickly.
However, for skin treatments including anti-aging and wrinkles, topical CBD lotions and creams can also be beneficial, particularly when applied directly to target areas in high doses. The best of these products also provide other organic compounds such as essential oils, vitamin E, and other skin health ingredients that encourage additional collagen production, tighten the skin, and offer other critical nutrients that boost the skin’s health to the next level.
How Does CBD Treat Aging?
Wrinkles: there are so many reasons we get them, and so much of the damage is done long before we’re adults who care. Anything from a genetic predisposition to crow’s feet, smoking, sun exposure from UV rays, or even just extensive stress can apparently be written all over our faces.
But antioxidants are one of the keys to fighting the ravages of aging, and that’s the first reason that CBD topicals can help visibly diminish issues like skin dullness, wrinkles, and ruddy skin tone.
CBD oil helps combat wrinkles and reduce signs of the aging process in the following ways:
Has an Antioxidant Effect
CBD from the hemp plant has even more powerful antioxidant properties than vitamins C and E. These antioxidants help reduce free-radicals which wreak havoc throughout the body—including attacking the collagen fibers. CBD also fights harmful free radical byproducts of natural bodily processes such as toxins, not just externally sourced free radicals.
CBD has anti-inflammatory properties that can treat skin inflammation, relax the skin, and reduce redness, leaving existing damage such as wrinkles less visible. These anti-inflammatory effects also make CBD topicals effective treatments for eczema and psoriasis. GLA and the essential fatty acid omega 3 also reduce inflammation and gently moisturize the skin.
Encourages Sebum Production
One of the keys to dealing with both signs of aging and acne is regulating sebum or oil production in the face. CBD and hemp oil both regulate the oil glands to maintain the correct level of sebum production. Optimal sebum production means smoother, less sensitive, more supple skin.
Soothes Sensitive Skin
CBD oil also boasts notable skin-normalizing, soothing, and calming benefits and can help minimize skin sensitivity issues, including reactivity and redness. These benefits can help anyone’s skin cope with the rigors of exposure to environmental stressors.
When you think about anti-aging properties and CBD, you might have mostly prevention of skin damage in mind. There is some evidence, though, that CBD may help reverse existing signs of aging as antioxidants. And there are still other ways that using CBD topicals could help develop a more youthful appearance:
CBD Oil for Wrinkles and Anti-Aging: Skin Benefits & How to Use?
Over the years, men and women have searched for ways to avoid the signs of aging. In fact, in 2020, the global anti-aging market had ballooned to a massive $194.4 billion.
Wrinkles are among the most common signs of aging and one of the most visible ones. Several risk factors increase the likelihood of wrinkles, including sun exposure and pollutants; nevertheless, there’s some hope for those who want to look younger.
Research into CBD ( Cannabidiol ) for wrinkles has yielded some potentially exciting developments. Due to the impact of this research, more people than ever are turning to CBD products to help alleviate the signs of aging.
Why Do Wrinkles Form?
Before we discuss the impact of CBD on wrinkles, it’s important to know why wrinkles form in the first place.
To begin with, the proteins collagen and elastin are responsible for fighting off wrinkles and maintaining a smooth skin surface. Over time, the body produces less collagen; thus, skin firmness declines. This is a natural biological process, so older people are more likely to have visible lines and wrinkles.
Another factor in the formation of wrinkles is the decline of natural oil production in the skin. When oil production drops, it hampers the skin’s ability to maintain optimal moisture levels.
This causes elastin levels to decrease, which hamstrings the skin’s natural ability to reconstruct and regenerate.
Other risk factors for wrinkles include:
According to one study, wrinkles are more likely in people with white skin when compared to other skin types.
CBD Oil for Wrinkles
CBD is a type of phytocannabinoid found within the Cannabis Sativa L plant. It’s one of the main active ingredients in the plant, but there are actually 80-100 naturally occurring cannabinoids — if not more.
Since CBD oil can contain pure extract isolated from other cannabinoids, it makes sense that CBD oil could play a role in reducing the likelihood of wrinkles.
It was originally thought that CBD molecules bound to the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain, but the current line of thinking says that CBD indirectly influences these receptors. This effect modulates the activity of the body’s endocannabinoid system, which produces naturally occurring cannabinoids of its own.
How Does CBD Oil Help with Wrinkles?
CBD oil could help combat wrinkles by addressing intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Primarily, CBD helps by balancing the body’s natural ability to produce cannabinoids through the endocannabinoid system and compensating for the normal declines that come with age.
The endocannabinoid system regulates numerous internal brain functions, such as sleep, mood, and appetite. By influencing the body’s internal receptors, CBD oil could help regulate the body’s natural hormonal balance .
It’s this purported function that may promote healthy skin. However, research is limited, and there’s insufficient hard evidence to conclude anything at this point.
Let’s look at some of the other mechanisms CBD uses to reduce the prevalence of wrinkles potentially.
There are several health benefits associated with taking CBD, including:
- Pain relief
- Fighting insomnia and sleeping disorders
- Improved appetite
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Combatting the symptoms of anxiety
But how do these benefits link to wrinkle reduction and healthy skin specifically?
Studies have shown that CBD is an antioxidant . Its antioxidant properties help it to combat free radicals, which lead to cell damage. By reducing free radical activity in the body, CBD can slow down collagen breakdown within skin tissue and cells.
Reduced Skin Inflammation
Skin inflammation is known to cause the body to release chemicals that damage elastin, collagen, and other structural aspects of the skin. As a result, this leads to wrinkling.
CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties could calm and calm natural skin inflammation, slowing down the skin aging process.
Promoting Natural Oil Production
One of the main causes of wrinkles is the loss of the skin’s natural oil production. The way CBD influences the endocannabinoid system means that CBD could enhance the natural oil secretions of the face .
By promoting natural oil production, CBD helps maintain high skin hydration levels, thus promoting healthy and supple skin.
One of the hallmarks of CBD is its ability to reduce anxiety. Recreational users of CBD report feeling less stressed and anxious when they take CBD daily.
Reducing stress in this way fights off early aging and could potentially delay the onset of fine lines and wrinkles.
Furthermore, users of CBD also report experiencing better quality sleep, which also goes a long way to smoothing out facial skin and maintaining a youthful appearance.
Boost Skin Cell Regeneration
As people get older, skin cells take longer to regenerate. When the skin is damaged by external risk factors, such as sun exposure and pollutants, the integrity of the skin becomes compromised.
Some scientists believe that CBD may promote new skin cells , which could help keep skin supple, youthful, and hydrated.
How to Use CBD Oil for Wrinkles
Using CBD oil for wrinkles is by far the best way to consume CBD. Other delivery methods may not be as effective at fighting the signs of aging.
For example, smoking or vaping CBD will deliver CBD into the body quickly, but smoking itself is an environmental factor that could damage skin; therefore, the benefits of CBD could be offset by this delivery method.
CBD oil can be taken orally via swallowing or sublingually by taking a few drops and holding them under the tongue for at least 30 seconds.
Since it’s nearly impossible to overdose on CBD, you don’t need to worry about accidentally taking too much.
As a rule, most human studies typically use CBD amounts of 20 mg to 1500 mg per day . We recommend starting with lower dosages and gradually increasing your consumption over time.
CBD Oil vs. Topicals
Ingestion or sublingual consumption of CBD oil is the best option for delivering CBD into the body quickly.
However, there are differences in how long it will take to feel the effects of CBD:
- Ingestion – 1-2 hours
- Sublingual – As little as 30 minutes
- Topicals – N/A
CBD oil offers all the benefits of taking CBD into the body, whereas topicals like lotions, ointments, and salves offer a targeted approach to targeting wrinkles.
High-quality CBD topicals can be applied to specific target areas to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging gradually. The key is to purchase CBD topicals with high concentrations of pure CBD.
There are no issues associated with using CBD oil and topicals together. Both offer a different experience and, when combined, may enhance the effects of CBD on wrinkles.
Adopt a Healthy Skin Regime
The potential results of using CBD oils and topicals should not be considered silver bullets. Consider CBD products as a means to supplement a healthy skin regime. This will enable you to achieve better results and healthier-looking skin.
Here are some top tips for supporting healthy skin:
- Drink Water – Make sure you drink 6-8 cups of water per day to hydrate your skin properly.
- Adopt a Healthy Diet – What you eat will influence how you look. Fast food and greasy meals hurt the body in more ways than one.
- Avoid Harsh Products – Makeups and facewashes with harsh fragrances can irritate the skin and rob it of its natural oils. Consider gentler products.
- Protect Yourself from the Sun – Try to avoid going outside during the hottest parts of the day. If you must go outside, use CBD-infused sunscreen with a high SPF rating.
- Quit Smoking – Smoking of any kind is a huge risk factor for wrinkles and premature aging. This is why it’s recommended that you avoid smoking and vaping CBD oil.
CBD Side Effects
CBD oil poses little to no risk to the vast majority of people. It’s nearly impossible to overdose on CBD; therefore, even first-time users can enjoy the benefits of CBD without worrying about accidentally taking too much.
Studies have shown that larger doses of CBD may lead to some unwanted side effects , however, including:
- Changes in appetite
- Dry mouth
- Changes in weight
Most of the side effects of CBD are extremely temporary, and most responsible users will never experience them. Overall, CBD is an incredibly benign, non-intoxicating compound.
On the other hand, those with sensitive skin and allergies should take the time to read the list of ingredients for their chosen products when using topicals.
Some CBD topicals may contain fragrances that lead to redness and itchiness. This is not something caused by CBD but other ingredients.
Precautions When Taking CBD Oil for Wrinkles
While CBD oil is largely safe to consume for fighting the signs of aging, you should still take some precautions when using these products.
Firstly, larger doses may lead to uncomfortable side effects, particularly if you’ve never taken CBD before. Try starting with the recommended dose on the bottle each day before increasing your dosage.
Additionally, you should avoid vaping and smoking CBD oil. Although smoking and vaping CBD-infused vape juice is a common delivery method, smoking is known to cause premature aging.
Some evidence suggests that vaping can have just as bad consequences on the skin as smoking .
Finally, if you’re using any form of prescription medication, especially blood thinners, consult your doctor before using any CBD product. Always follow the recommendations of your doctor to avoid any issues with taking CBD oil for wrinkles.
Final Thoughts: Does CBD for Wrinkles Work?
Scientists have yet to fully understand the exact mechanisms of CBD and its effects on the body’s endocannabinoid system. Yet limited research on animals and small human studies have demonstrated positive benefits for CBD and wrinkles.
Anecdotal evidence is generally positive regarding the impact of CBD on the primary signs of aging. The results are far from instant, so expect to use CBD oils and topicals for a few months before noticing any differences in your skin.
Either way, CBD’s non-intoxicating nature poses little to no risk to your health, so there’s no harm in trying it out.
If you experience any serious side effects or you’re taking prescription medication, cease using CBD immediately and consult your doctor.
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