Cannabis Cosmetics

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Let me tell you a secret, one that you makeup and skincare fanatics may be shocked to learn: there’s cannabis at Sephora! That’s right. Lurking in your perfumes or powders, adding anti-inflammatory magic to your skincare, even softening you up in your body butter…cannabis beauty products are popular, legal, and as far as the reviews say, effective.

The most interesting thing, perhaps, is that the products which contain cannabis are from highly reputable, very popular brands. Fresh, The Body Shop, Luxe, Urban Decay, even high-end perfumes like Balenciaga Florabotanica Eau de Parfum are all incorporating cannabis into different products. Cannabis cosmetics have been featured in Elle Magazine, Allure, and even on Amazon.com!

The amounts and types used in these products do not supply the psychoactive properties necessary to get you high. That’s the main reason these products are available without a medical recommendation and in areas where cannabis is not legal. Instead of the psychoactive properties they utilize the therapeutic elements of cannabis like terpenes and CBD, which have a myriad of benefits including anti-inflammation, relaxation, pain relief, uplifting your mood, and much more!

Don’t be shy to try some either, no one will come busting down your door to confiscate the cannabis perfume you have that doesn’t even get you high. These cosmetics are for anyone and everyone, regardless of their other cannabis habits, or their location. So, if you love getting the newest cosmetic trends, you love cannabis, or both, check out these retailers:

 

Sephora, The Body Shop, Barneys, Urban Outfitters, and Lush Cosmetics.

 

There are also many cannabis-centric sellers of different cosmetics, skincare, and makeup. I highly recommend Kush Creams, Whoopi and Maya, and Marley Natural. If you go to a dispensary or use a delivery service, try asking what options they have for infused topicals. You can even order some of these items online. If you like perfume, check out Golden Goddess Botanicals aromatherapy line! So don’t be shy, go ahead and try some cannabis cosmetics, Mary Jane can add some green to your beauty routine.

 

July 26, 2017

by Shasta Nelson

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Shasta Nelson is a California Native and a cannabis connoisseur. She's been involved in the industry at every level since she was a teenager. Currently she provides content for Roottie, DOPE Magazine, and Terpenes and Testing. She's also a creative writer, with a graphic novel underway.

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