This latest beauty news has us riding high.
You’ll now find Lord Jones’s newest product, the Lord Jones High CBD Formula Body Oil, alongside the brand’s celebrity-endorsed High CBD Formula Body Lotion, which was introduced to Sephora shoppers late last year.
The High CBD Formula Body Oil is made of broad-spectrum CBD infused with Vitamin E and a blend of five precious oils including avocado, jojoba, hemp, safflower and soybean. The combination gives skin a boost of antioxidants and fatty acids, while providing all of the amazing benefits of CBD oil, like pain relief.
Longtime users of CBD turn to CBD-infused lotions, oils and chewables for all kinds of reasons, whether it’s to ease stress and anxiety, soothe sore muscles, give relief from menstrual cramps and everyday aches and pain, or even give their sex lives a boost.
For folks who don’t know, CBD — or cannabidiol — is the non-psychoactive ingredient in the marijuana plant. The chemical that is responsible for weed’s psychoactive effects is called THC — or tetrahydrocannabinol — which is mostly removed from CBD products. The biggest difference between CBD and THC? THC gets you high, while CBD doesn’t.
The Lord Jones High CBD Formula Body Oil can be used as everyday essential in your beauty bag for dryness, redness, dullness and uneven skin texture. Because of CBD’s holistic benefits and its rollerball design, you can also turn to it for targeted pain relief like for headaches and sore joints. Roll a bit onto the bottoms of your feet before a night out in heels, or ease stiff post-workout muscles with a light massage.
If you’re still not sold, several A-list celebrities like Chelsea Handler and Busy Philipps swear by the anxiety-calming, pain-relieving benefits of Lord Jones products. It’s even one of Olivia Wilde’s go-to products that she says makes her skincare routine “a political act.”
Though you’ll find several cannabis-derived beauty products at Sephora, Lord Jones remains the only CBD beauty product available at the store — for now.
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Editors’ Note: There are contradictory laws at the federal and state levels about CBD’s legality. Additionally, many CBD products aren’t approved or tested by the Food and Drug Administration. If you’re worried, check the rules in your area to make sure everything’s OK before purchasing or proceeding.