What Happens when CBD Enters the Bath and Beauty Market?
Did you know that CBD doesn’t necessarily have to be taken orally? Ultimate CBD Warehouse has a whole section of products on its website devoted to Bath and Beauty Products. Well known for its stress-reducing and pain-relieving attributes (among many others), it’s no surprise CBD oil is taking the Bath and Beauty market by storm.
According to an article dated 1/30/2018 in the New York Times, there are already devout fans, who are drawn to cannabinoid topical products largely for their pain-relieving properties. Olivia Wilde recently told the NYT reporter that she used it to relieve physical aches during a Broadway run. The fashion stylist Karla Welch, who works with Ms. Wilde, Ruth Negga, Katy Perry, and Sarah Paulson, uses CBD lotion on her clients’ feet when they walk the red carpet.
We already know that inflammation is the root cause of many skin problems, from acne to rosacea. Cannabinoids’ anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, using it can reduce puffiness, swelling, and even soreness. “It’s this all-in-one solution because of its ability to target those problems simultaneously,” says Jessica Assaf, The Cannabis Feminist.
So, take a look at the Bath of Beauty section at the Ultimate CBD Warehouse website. You can find such products as Bee’s Knee’s Bath Bombs, cbdMD bath bombs, Healing Harbors handmade hemp CBD Soaps, Green Mountain Hemp CBD Bath Salts, and many more. Relax and enjoy it!