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Best 5 lavender CBD lotions to try
While we used to know Cannabidiols (CBD) as a substance that gets you high if sniffed or ingested, the trend has now shifted it to be one of the sought after skincare ingredients. Even though research is still ongoing about the benefits of CBD in skincare, one thing is sure – whether you’re into beauty products or not – you must have heard of CBD as a beauty/skincare product in itself or as an ingredient in other beauty products.
Well, let me explain why CBD is one of the hottest ingredients out there.
CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the well known two compound extracts from Cannabis Sativa – the other one being THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). According to research, THC gets you high while CBD does not. The latter was discovered only recently with researchers trying to find the health benefits of low THC strains.
So no worries, CBD won’t get you high AT ALL, and you won’t fail your drug test because of it!
Technically, our body makes a kinda CBD acting like chemical called anandamide think runner’s high, singer’s high, or even fear high (see what I mean?)
CBD works by naturally increasing the levels of your own endocannabinoid (anandamide – remember?) – this has anti-inflammatory effects. Simply said, when ingested – CDB flows through your bloodstreams; when applied on the skin, it acts on the area it was applied on, and reduces inflammation, pain, swelling, treats sports injury, helps suppress breakouts, etc.
So what are the best CBD-infused lavender lotions out there?
Below is a list of 5 best lavender CBD lotion
1. Mesa Lavender Farms – Lavender lotion with CBD
The lotion comes in 4 and 8 oz bottles with 100 mg and 200 mg of CBD in it respectively. Other ingredients include Shea butter, Lavender essential oil, for extra moisture without a greasy feel, and an amazing scent. The lotion helps by providing relief to muscle pain, irritation, and joint pain.
The same brand makes other flavors of the Lavender lotion with CBD – Coconut Lavender Verbena (with added coconut oil, Verbena oil), Lavender Vanilla (with added Vanilla flavor from vanilla beans). In case you’re interested in getting this, prices vary between $23.50 – $43.50.
Made by Essential by Savage, we’ve got to love the smell (lavender with citrus) of this – most reviewers agree with us on this. Ingredients include Safflower seed oil, Glycerin, Shea butter, Aloe vera and vitamins A E and C just to mention those.
The lotion is priced at $63.99 on the regular for 8 oz.
3. CBD Revive Topical Lavender Lotion
This 2 oz or 4 oz lotion contains 300 mg and 750 mg of CBD – from Hemp oil and organic extracts of Aloe Juice, Coconut oil, Glycerin, and Vitamin E just to mention those – respectively.
4. Koi Lavender Skin Lotion
The 4.25 oz lotion blend of 200 mg of CBD with aloe, coconut, and natural extracts, does work in healing, restoring and moisturizing your skin. The lavender scent in this is very calming and helps with sleep.
The good thing with this brand, they carry a variety of products you can choose from and even cater to your canine fam member. Price tag’s at $39.99 and is available everywhere to purchase.
5. Kama Lavender CBD Lotion
This lotion can provide localized relief from pain, tension, muscle aches, and inflammation because of its ingredients (lavender, arnica, and peppermint) that work well with CBD. The brand has regular and medium doses: available in a 2 oz bottle with 100 mg THC, in a 2 oz bottle with 400 mg THC, and in a 4 oz bottle with 800 mg THC.
Other ingredients include hemp seed oil, apricot oil, jojoba oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, mango butter, avocado oil, olive oil, vitamin E, and rosemary oil.
With all these, the lotion still has the calming scent of lavender. Check it out here
Above are what we believe are the 5 best lavender CBD lotion out there, however, some might not find their cut in our selected items so we do have honorable mentions you could check as well: Core CBD – CBD Lavender Body Lotion, Hemprev – Lavender Full Spectrum CBD Lotion, Lavender Scented Pain Relief Cream Pump, Mesa Lavender Farms – CBD Daily Moisturizer, CBD Daily Intensive Lavender Cream, Calm by Wellness – Hemp CBD Lavender Lotion.
How to use?
Apply directly on affected area(s). In other terms, if using the lotion for pain relief, then apply directly on the affected area/aching part of your body and results would usually be felt quite quickly. If using it to solve a skin problem like acne, you might want to apply the lotion a few times before seeing the results.
Just a general tip, lotion is best absorbed when massaged into the skin.
Whatever use you decide to make of CBD oil or Lavender CBD lotions, DO YOUR RESEARCH before purchasing any product. For example, most of these companies discourage use by pregnant or lactating women, or by people with a medical condition; so better play it safe with your health, consult your doctor.
Some of these products may contain allergens – so do check the ingredients list before purchasing; check the potency of those ingredients, the source and content of CBD in the product also before purchase.
In conclusion, though research is still ongoing about the health benefits of CBD, there have been enough benefit mentions to push one to make a purchase. CBD oil does help with pain management, and skin conditions; however, do some research before purchasing anything, check the ingredients list, and consult a health professional about your intentions and usage.
Have you used any of these? Did it help?
Did we forget/miss any lavender CBD lotion worth mentioning? Please tell us in the comment section.
Vanessa Bella Ndaa is a beginner freelance writer who enjoys surfing her way through life.