12 CBD Products in Beauty and Wellness for Green-Lovers to Try Next
Updated: Jun 25, 2019
The rise of cannabidiol is not — we repeat, NOT — slowing down any time soon.
The market for CBD, or cannabidiol, shows no sign of slowing down. Retailers from Neiman Marcus to Ulta have opened their doors to the anti-inflammatory supplement, which is great news for wellness and beauty consumers across the United States.
This growth is fueling the spread and development of CBD's interdisciplinary benefits — from PMS supplements, to overnight skincare masks, to clean cosmetics, and more. Even my two miniature schnauzers have experienced the wonders of CBD in veterinary treats and tinctures. I am personally excited to report that the first luxury green CBD cosmetics have emerged, too.
Even as the industry grows, these brands and businesses face social and systemic barriers born of the supplement's association with cannabis.
It seems downright silly — after all, CBD is completely non-psychoactive. Plus, recreational marijuana use is legal where I live. But my own dad refuses to try "that weed stuff," as he calls it. (And he really needs it! Just kidding.)
Social advocacy can feel like fighting an uphill battle, making it some of the most emotionally draining work. That's why I like to show extra-love to canna-advocates worldwide. You can, too, by enthusiastically sampling the array of CBD becoming available.
Remember that it's because of the boss-babes at publications like MJ Lifestyle, brands like NotPot, Herbivore, and Saint Jane, and even retailers like Elevate Jane, that we can CB-dabble in peace.
Read on to explore twelve more ways to get your zen on using CBD.
This body wash won't strip the skin of its natural oil-protection, is pH-friendly, and is both vegan and cruelty-free. P.S. How cute are the names?
A luxury facial oil blend that soothes while it nourishes. I am obsessed with using CBD facial products at night because I always wake up noticing drastically promoted healing times. This one uses vegan protein and vitamins to repair and “reverse age.”
Don't miss their peppermint-flavored CBD tinctures, either, especially if you can't stand the herbal taste.
I have had scalp eczema ever since getting the Brazilian blow out treatment to my hair. I can only imagine how soothing this anti-inflammatory concoction must be to dry, irritated skin on the scalp.
I've used their tooth powder before when I was trying to find ways to help remineralize my teeth and prevent cavities. I love that they incorporate CBD into the mix. Gum inflammation is real.
The terpene-rich formulas allow for specialized results (see above). Their website also contains an impressive selection of THC-containing tinctures, as well.
You can now shop these luxury clean beauties at Barney's, too! It's the first pigmented CBD lip product on the market.
This appeals to me for the health of my hair as well as my scalp.
CBD-infused K-Beauty. 'Nuff said.
Eye creams are one of the most popular products that people inquire about.
The price is very much right.
Got an anxious pup? I've got two. Mine have major separation anxiety, although the feeling is mutual. These CBD dog biscuits can help with that.
What CBD beauty and wellness products have you tried lately? Tell me on Instagram!
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