The use of CBD in the health and wellness products has been shown to be helpful in relieving pain and inflammation, as well as functioning as a natural sleep aid. However, in order for CBD to be effective, it needs to be taken either orally or topically in a manner where the CBD can actually get absorbed into the body.

As reported by Healthline, “The wellness industry is going to do what the wellness industry does best: try to make money. And CBD is proving to be a great way to do that. As a result, CBD is unnecessarily ending up in some cosmetic and wellness products.”

Here’s a listing of some products where adding CBD seems to increase the price of the product without providing any of the actual benefits one can get from CBD.

CBD Mascara

Coating your eyelashes with CBD may give your lashes a creamy texture but you can get this same sensation by using another oil that doesn’t come with such a high price tag. Also, no medical research has demonstrated that CBD gets absorbed into your skin when applied to your eyelashes.

CBD Athletic Wear

As a general rule of thumb, cannabis topicals need be applied to the body and not worn on the body. The only magic you’ll see from any CBD high-end athletic wear is watching how quicky money vanishes from your wallet.

CBD Halloween Candy Style Gummies

If you’re old enough to buy CBD legally, do you really want to eat kiddie candy? If you enjoy CBD gummies, consider getting some that have a more sophisticated adult look.

CBD Shampoo and Soap

Any product like shampoo and soap that washes off isn’t able to absorb into the skin to the point where it can provide any of the healing properties of CBD.



About Wellness BioSciences Rx (WBRx)

Wellness BioSciences Rx (WBRx) is a global innovator in the delivery of science-based wellness consumables in partnership with health care providers directly to their respective patient base. Our products specialize in the development of the highest grade 100% USA-grown hemp oil rich in CBD, CBDA, CBG, CBN, CBC, and terpenes. WBRx was founded by Barry Cocheu and Sean Baker. 

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