CBD BALM HEMP STICK 150MG 1OZ
Our CBD Hemp Stick is designed for skin health on the road and is ideal for travel and touch-free application of hemp extract. It’s a world-class balm packaged in a convenient, portable stick. To see how fantastic your skin can feel, try one now.
Our CBD Hemp Stick is designed for skin health on the road and is ideal for travel and touch-free application of hemp extract. It’s a world-class balm packaged is a convenient, portable stick. To see how fantastic your skin can feel, try one now.
- Clean, safe CO2 extracted
- No pesticides
- Non-GMO | Gluten-Free
- No fragrances, dyes, sulfates, phthalates, PEGs, or parabens
- Made with the finest ingredients
- Always third-party tested
The hemp plant’s cannabinoids interact with our skin’s endocannabinoids to soften, smooth, and beautify it. It’s not just the cannabinoids, though. Our full spectrum hemp extract also contains terpenes, which help CBD operate better, minor cannabinoids, which add to the entourage effect, and plant fatty acids, which our skin may employ as building blocks to generate our own endocannabinoids. In addition, we include a lovely assortment of botanicals such as turmeric root and lavender oil to boost hemp’s skin benefits.
Apart from full spectrum CBD rich hemp extracts, our balms contain these wonderful botanicals and ingredients.
Coconut Oil – Coconuts are grown all throughout the world, and people use them to moisturize their skin. It’s an emollient moisturizer that’s frequently advised for infant massages.
Sunflower Seed Oil – Sunflower oil is extracted from sunflower seeds and has a light amber hue and a moderate taste. Sunflower oil is a non-comedogenic, extremely absorbent carrier oil that won’t clog pores. It functions as an antioxidant, and the linoleic acid in it protects the skin barrier and prevents moisture loss. The 60 percent (on average) linoleic acid concentration of sunflower seed oil can help repair, strengthen, and soothe skin.
Beeswax – Unique property of causing three different kinds of moisturizing:
- Humectant – pulling moisture from the air to the skin
- Emollient – directly moisturizing the skin
- Occlusive – creating a barrier to seal in moisture (a German study found beeswax superior to other barrier creams)
Kokum Seed Butter – The creamy kokum butter found in the big seeds of this evergreen stays firm even at room temperature. It’s used to help your skin, feet, scalp, and hands retain moisture. It’s a popular component for sensitive skin because of its ability to hydrate and potent antioxidants.
Shea Butter – Shea butter, made from the nut of an African tree, was said to be a favorite of Cleopatra and the Queen of Sheba. Shea butter has been used in Africa for millennia, and its ability to hydrate and soften the skin is due to its high fatty acid content.
Palm Butter – This African tree produces an oil that has been used by humans for at least 5,000 years. Different components of the plants are utilized for various purposes in traditional African medicine. Palm butter is naturally abundant in antioxidants, fatty acids, vitamins, and carotenoids, particularly beta-carotene, which is one of the greatest natural sources of this vital skin health booster.
Jojoba Seed Oil – The seed of the jojoba plant produces this oil. Although jojoba oil is commonly used, it is actually a liquid wax. It generates a delicate lipid coating on the skin that seals in moisture without closing it out. It also penetrates the first layer of skin, softening it from within by boosting suppleness. Jojoba oil absorbs gently into the skin and protects it from moisture loss without leaving it feeling oily. “One might argue it is a universal tool in cosmetics,” Ecco Verde explains.
Turmeric Root Extract – Turmeric, which has been used in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, is high in carbs, proteins, lipids, and minerals, as well as the curcuminoids that make turmeric so special. Its antioxidants quench free radicals, protecting and soothing the skin.
Bisabolol – Bisabolol is a terpene derived from the essential oil of the German chamomile flower, which has been used in cosmetics for centuries. It is recognized for its capacity to restore suppleness to skin and to improve the look of dry skin due to its protective characteristics. It is GRAS according to the FDA (Generally Recognized as Safe).
Marigold Flower Extract –Not only is the marigold one of the easiest plants to cultivate, but it also has a long history of dermatological benefits. It’s referenced in the Ayurvedic and Unani medical systems, as well as in folk medicine all around Europe. Its beneficial effects in the skin have been confirmed by modern clinical tests, and it is utilized in cosmetic products to increase skin hydration and firmness.
Lavender Oil – Lavender was one of the most versatile and frequently utilized essential oils in history, with the Greeks using it as a perfume and the Romans bathing in it. A typical lavender oil comprises approximately 100 chemicals that have a variety of skin-beneficial properties. When humans smell it, it boosts mood and performance. It is mostly made up of a variety of terpenes. “Two spoonfuls of the distilled water of the flowers taken heal those who have lost their voice,” Culpeper proposed in 1652, “as likewise the tremblings and emotions of the heart, and faintings and swoonings.”
Peppermint Oil – Mint plants have been used for medical purposes since Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. There is a lot of menthol in peppermint, as well as esters and terpenes. Peppermint oil produces a cooling feeling that aids in skin relaxation.
Olive Fruit Oil – Olive oil is said to be warming and invigorating in traditional medicine. It has a long history as a home skincare cure, with the Egyptians using it as a cleanser, moisturizer, and antibacterial agent with beeswax. Olive oil was utilized during massage in ancient Greece to prevent sports injuries and ease muscular tiredness. Olive oil absorbs slowly into the skin and is particularly emollient (moisturizing), making it perfect for the treatment of rough, scaly skin. Its high oleic acid content protects and moisturizes the skin.
Kaolin – Kaolin rocks are kaolinite-rich rocks. They add opacity and whiteness to cosmetic compositions and is one of the gentlest cosmetic clays available. It absorbs extra sebum and impurities from your skin because it’s a clay. Kaolin clay has absorbent and skin-soothing characteristics, making it an excellent choice for natural skin care masks and treatments.
Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract – Chamomile, sometimes known as the “star of medicinal species,” has a long history of human usage. The chamomile flower has about 120 chemical compounds, many of which have high antioxidant capabilities.
Glycerin – This basic yet efficient molecule is known as the “Ultimate Moisturizing Skin Care Ingredient” in the cosmetics industry. Glycerin functions as a humectant, drawing water from the deeper layers of the skin as well as from the air, providing moisture and soothing to the outer layer of the skin. It’s utilized for chronic winter dryness as well as in sensitive skin products because it’s nonreactive.
Arnica Montana Extract – For ages, Arnica montana flowers have been used as a herbal remedy, with traditional usage comparable to willow bark. The floral extract is high in fatty acids and helps restore suppleness to dry skin while also stimulating the skin for a renewed appearance.
Radish Root Ferment – This natural preservative is made by fermenting radish roots (Raphanus sativus) with the microbe Leuconostoc, a lactic acid bacteria commonly used to produce kimchi. Cosmetics utilize small quantities to protect them against a variety of dangerous elements that can contaminate the product and change its efficacy.
Safflower Seed Oil – Fatty acids act as a lubricant for the skin and assist to reduce the indications of aging and the appearance of dry skin.
Comfrey Extract – Comfrey has been used as a botanical preparation for exterior and internal usage for over 2000 years. It includes allantoin, a natural plant extract that helps to calm sensitive skin. Several randomized controlled studies have been conducted on the comfrey plant.
DIRECTIONS FOR BEST RESULTS
As desired, apply generously to the skin. CBD works to restore homeostasis and balance in your biggest organ by enhancing the endocannabinoid system in your skin. However, because everyone’s endocannabinoid system is different, you may have to experiment to discover the right amount of times each day to get the health advantages you want.
Proudly manufactured in the U.S. with Kentucky and Netherlands grown hemp.