The rise of luxury cannabis skin care

Not too long ago the idea of indulging in the recreational use of cannabis was seen as a taboo characteristic flaw. Legalization in 46 American states, South Africa, Netherlands, Canada, Spain, Peru and Uruguay; and just like that, the narrative has changed.


Kana Skincare Lavender CBD Sleeping Mask ($55)


Mazz Hanna Skin Salve ($80)

From alleviating muscle pain to depression and reducing general stress, one of the biggest industries thus far to hop on board the doobie drive has been the beauty industry. Soaps, moisturizers, even mascaras containing cannabis oil, are being passed around faster then your average joint. The most popular being ‘CBD’ (cannabidiol) oil. The CBD market alone is projected to hit $2.1 billion by 2020.


Ildi Pekar Tissue Repair Serum ($148)

Don’t expect to get stoned though as these products typically contain minuscule amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the part of the cannabis plant with psychoactive effects. Still, while a CBD-laced lip balm won’t get you baked,


Populum Full-Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil ($114)


Saint Jane Luxury Beauty Serum ($125)


Overnight Exfoliating Mask with CBD ($62)

Would you purchase cannabis infused products?

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