Hemp seed oil (often labeled as cannabis sativa seed oil) is derived from the seeds of the cannabis plant and does not contain any CBD. The only parts of the cannabis plant that contain CBD are the leaves, flowers, and stalks. To create CBD oil, however, CBD extract (often labeled as hemp extract) is mixed with a carrier oil—like hemp seed oil or coconut.
Bottom line: there’s no CBD in hemp seed oil unless it’s been added in. Hemp seed oil has its own skin benefits: it’s rich in fatty acids like linoleic and oleic that are intensely moisturizing, and it also has powerful antioxidant properties.
For information on the use of CBD during pregnancy and breastfeeding, please see this article from the FDA. As always, we recommend asking your doctor for their recommendations.I hope this helps to answer your questions and please let me know if I can provide any additional guidance.