TABA means cannabis in Yoruba, an ethnic group that inhabits Western Africa. It is also an acronym for Treatment, All skin types, Botanicals, and Advanced.

TABA is a new and innovative Italian skincare brand that offers the world's finest hemp-derived CBD infused products. TABA is organic, vegan, and, of course, cruelty-free (which is not a bonus but a must). We are proud to be at the forefront of a new era in skincare and wellness, making no compromises on quality and breaking the classic rules of skincare.


We aim to deliver performance-driven, clean products that everyone can use, from beauty junkies to those less experienced. All our products are basic yet unique; they can serve as a starter kit or be added to a 10-step skincare routine. We research the best formulas and use the highest quality ingredients and raw materials.

UP YOUR SKIN GAME? With our CBD-infused skincare products, you will improve your skincare quality, skin condition, and overall health. TABA CBD SKINCARE is suitable for all skin types.


What's CBD?

CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is one of the over 113 compounds found in the cannabis plant. As research continues, we are discovering more about the magical effects of CBD on our skin. Thanks to its potential anti-aging, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD can bring numerous benefits to your skincare routine. With more potent antioxidants than both vitamin C and vitamin E, CBD can help you achieve glowing skin while also reducing inflammation for those suffering from acne or other skin problems.

In short, CBD is the ultimate natural ingredient for achieving flawless skin. CBD is suitable for all skin types and is full of fatty acids like omega 3 and omega 6, which are essential for keeping your skin hydrated and maintaining its elasticity to prevent dryness and maintain a youthful suppleness. CBD works by interacting with cannabinoid receptors throughout the skin, leveraging the body's natural endocannabinoid system, which regulates numerous bodily functions, including appetite, reproduction, stress, temperature control, and inflammation.






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