Ahhhh, CBD. It’s the new darling of the beauty and wellness industry, and for good reason. From easing anxiety to reducing inflammation, it can do wonders for your body and mind. And not only is CBD making an appearance in cannabis beauty products, but it’s also being used for spa treatments.
With so many CBD beauty products now available for sale, you could certainly give yourself an at-home CBD makeover. Using topicals like CBD lotion and cannabis oil, you can easily lounge in your own bathtub and treat your skin afterwards.
How about a nice, relaxing therapeutic massage using CBD massage oil? Or a facial using CBD cream? Turns out, there are no limits when it comes to pampering yourself, as high-end spas are now incorporating CBD in their menus. Because honestly, what better way to treat yo-self than a visit to a CBD spa?
Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado is already well-known for its skiing. After making some turns on the mountain, a spa visit sounds like an excellent way to wind down. And at the Park Hyatt, you can get extra relaxed with a CBD massage. It should loosen any tight muscles incurred from skiing some of that world-renown Colorado snow.
Yes, you can even get CBD spa treatments in Texas. And if you’re in the Lone Star State, try stopping by the Away Spa in Austin. Their menu includes a full-body cannabis massage treatment using topical CBD oil. It’s sure to soothe your aching muscles.
We’d be remiss if we left San Francisco off this list. After a day of shopping, seeing the sights and enjoying some delicious food and cocktails, stop by the Remede Spa. You can add CBD massage oil to enhance any treatment you like.
How about the east coast? Escape the hustle and bustle of New York City by stepping into the Modrn Sanctuary. Book a massage and enjoy a treatment using CBD cream from Veritas Farms. It’s designed to take away stress and help you relax. You can even get a CBD massage in their healing, Himalayan Salt Room.
What’s better than wine-tasting visit to Napa, California? Adding CBD to the menu, of course. From CBD massage, to CBD exfoliation treatments, and even CBD facials, this might as well be a full-fledged cannabis spa. CBD is incorporated into just about everything on their spa menu.
If you’re on a budget, or you’d just prefer to get deep relaxation while at home, you can make your own CBD wellness products. Whipping up your own CBD cream or CBD lotion is easy. And, since the CBD market is largely unregulated, this might be the best way to know exactly what’s in those cannabis beauty products you’re using.
Yes, you can make your own massage oil. While you’re at it, why not use some cannabis oil with that? This recipe is simple to make, and feels absolutely wonderful on sore muscles.
If you’ve got arthritis, fibromyalgia, or just sore joints, CBD lotion can be a big help. This recipe calls for cannabis oil, and you can use any kind of cannabinoid you want. For joint relief, CBD should do the trick. If you’re looking for a little extra anti-inflammation, try adding some THC, too.
Take the edge off your day by slipping into a nice, soothing bath. By soaking with CBD bath salts, you can give your body some additional relaxing vibes. Just use CBD tincture and essential oils of your choosing. For an extra calming effect, we’d recommend adding some lavender oil.
Looking for a bathtub session that’s a little more fizzy? Try making your own CBD bath bombs. It’s a great option if you’re battling chronic pain, or you just want to get a good night’s rest. It’s also wonderful for relieving stiff joints.
You can also give yourself your very own CBD facial. Say goodbye to acne and get ready to give your complexion a brightening makeover. CBD is an anti-inflammatory that is more gentle than pharmaceutical products like Retinol.
When it comes to adding CBD to beauty products, the only limit is your imagination. How about CBD shampoo? Give your locks some added CBD wellness and shine. This recipe only requires some CBD tincture and a few, common household products.
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