Cannabis Beauty & Skin Care Products
As CBD use became more widespread and cannabis became further legalized in more states, certain companies and entrepreneurs had ideas of marketing these products to people who aren’t often marketed weed: suburban women. Thanks to this, the industry of CBD beauty products grows exponentially every year – though it’s not just suburban women who use them.
CBD, in addition to the benefits mentioned earlier, is also said to have anti-inflammatory properties due to cannabinoid receptors in skin. Some researchers say it may be able to help fight acne, and beauty/skincare products with cannabinoids are advertised as being able to help with pain relief, hydration, or even just a euphoric relaxed feeling.
How mainstream are these products becoming? Products containing CBD are now being sold on Sephora’s website. The combination of effects these products purport to offer are awfully tantalizing, after all. Cannabis balms salves offer the potential of muscle pain relief, while lotions and rubs offer the allure of clearer skin. Bath bombs and bath salts may bring some much-needed relief and relaxation in the tub. The weed topicals market is real, and always expanding; you can now buy marijuana body wash, lip gloss, and mascara too.
The type of cannabinoids your beauty products have help determine the effects. Many of these products focus on CBD and the health benefits it provides. But some also have more THC, available in dispensaries.