Measured Serving: Each pump dispenses 1ml of lotion containing 2mg of CBD
Water, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Broad Spectrum Hemp-Derived CBD Extract, Menthyl Ethylamido Oxalate, Pentylene Glycol, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, Cetyl Alcohol, Sodium Hydroxide, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Disodium EDTA, Chlorphenesin, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenoxyethanol [Fragrance, if Signature Fragrance or Grapefruit version]
Each 50ml (1.7oz) bottle contains 100mg of Broad Spectrum CBD and is available in Signature Fragrance, Fragrance Free and Grapefruit Fragrance
How To Use:
Our CBD Body Lotion is designed to soothe and calm skin, while providing unparalleled hydration
I have never been high. The opportunity to smoke weed has never presented itself, and I’ve never sought it out. In my teen years, my relationship to marijuana was defined by “Say No To Drugs” campaigns and sluggish stoner stereotypes. But that was well before CBD lotion, oil, and vape pens were ever even in modern conversation.
CBD, or cannabidiol, has a bit of a bad reputation, thanks to the war on drugs, resulting stigma around marijuana use, and general miseducation about what CBD truly is. As Project CDB, a non-profit working to destigmatize cannabis, says CBD is a cannabis compound — a component of a marijuana plant — that can help combat inflammation, pain, anxiety, seizures, and other chronic conditions. CBD is non-psychoactive, which means it contains no THC — another cannabis compound.
CBD, simply put, will not get you high. And, even in high dosages, CBD has been found to cause no danger to humans. But it has been proven to help with chronic pain and mood disorders. And though research is still needed to help decode much of CBD’s potential — and to help destigmatize cannabis — I wanted to try CBD. Now.
CBD, manuka honey, and hyaluronic acid is a match made in beauty heaven.
Though technically not a cream, this rich balm melts into a luxurious emulsion to revive, relieve and calm inflammation, whether it’s in the form of sore muscles or irritated skin. The aroma is fresh and lightly hempy—arguably the most sophisticated version we’ve smelled— with a touch of sandalwood and sage. The best part: the cannabinoid (CBD etc.) and terpene (which accentuate the therapeutic effects of cannabinoids) blend is 1:1, so you get a full spectrum of benefits.
Sagely blends a high dose of CBD with peppermint, safflower seed oil, and argan oil for a cooling, non-greasy lightweight formula that is great for everyday use to treat tired, stressed and fatigued muscles and joints.
If you’re looking to kick start your day with a boost to your circulation, slather on Apothecanna Circulating cream, packed with ginger, capsaicin, grapefruit, and cannabis to get the blood flow going. Pro tip: pack some when you fly and you’ll feel rejuvenated after sitting for so long.
Lord Jones set the bar high for luxury CBD lotion. Great for aches and pains, as well as with helping with skin irritation. Pro tip: put it on the bottoms of your feet before wearing heels and you’ll find stilettos are much more comfortable.
CBD has a number of uses, which conveniently includes helping with easing pre-menstrual discomfort. This topical lotion contains 120 mg of CBD, as well as vanilla and verbena to help with cramps.
If you’re looking to feel some of that soothing power for yourself, here are a few of our top picks.
5 organic oils and butters blended with naturally occurring CBD makes for an ultra-soothing and hydrating cream that will take down even the most cracked and irritated of skin conditions.
CBD is a buzzy name in the health and wellness world these days—you’ve probably noticed that the ingredient is in everything from supplements to topicals. Short for cannabidiol, CBD is the non-psychoactive compound that is extracted from the cannabis plant. Proponents of CBD say it has the ability to interact with your own body’s endocannabinoid system for a natural analgesic effect, working to take down inflammation—think major pain relief. As such, CBD has cropped up in a number of THC-free body products (you can also take it orally, too) used to treat anything from body aches and knots, tightness, cramping and even skin irritation, such as burns or dryness. Of course, this means that it’s become a part of many a wellness and self-care routine.