Our CBD massage oil features 1000mg -32000mg of high-quality CBD with Vitamin E, Jojoba, & Avocado oil. Visit our site to purchase relaxing massage oil. Find out what it's like to get a massage with CBD oil and the benefits of applying CBD oil to your skin.
CBD Massage Oil
Full Spectrum CBD: Whole Plant CBD with under 0.3% THC.
4000MG for experienced CBD users.
16000MG for advanced CBD users.
32000MG for expert CBD users.
To figure out your ideal daily dose, visit our CBD Dosage Guide
- Lavender Essential Oil
- Sunflower Oil
- CBD Extract (Full Spectrum OR Broad Spectrum)
- Mineral Oil
- Safflower Oil
- Caprylic Capric Triglyceride
- Sesame Seed Oil
- Jojoba Seed Oil
- Olive Oil
- Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate)
- Vitamin A (Retinyl Palimitate)
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What does CBD do for skin?
CBD is an antioxidant rich nutrient that provides support for our skin. With its abundant essential fatty acids, it gives the skin nourishment and nutrition it needs to look bright, supple, fresh, and revitalized. Additionally, CBD has natural ingredients that may help to support healthy mobility, normal recovery post workout, and a sense of calm.
Is CBD good for skin care?
CBD is good for skin care because it’s abundant in plant cannabinoids. Learn more on the benefits of CBD and skin care, here.
Can CBD absorb through the skin?
Topically applied CBD absorbs into the skin’s epidermis, but does not reach the bloodstream. For this reason, topical CBD is most commonly used by those who enjoy products that help with natural recovery & normal mobility in the hands, feet, knees, and elbow.
What are the CBD massage oil benefits?
The ingredients within CBD massage oil may help to support wonderful for helping to support normal recovery and healthy joint mobility.
What are the effects of CBD massage oil?
CBD massage oil is created with ingredients like lavendar and a full spectrum of cannabinoids to bring you pleasant aromatherapy and a sense of calm.
More about our CBD Massage Oil
Our CBD infused massage oil is your new secret weapon for transcending the ordinary massage with a nature-based tool. Vitamin E, jojoba, avocado, & safflower oil combine to help restore the skin’s moisture, while an organic lavender and natural hemp scent brings about a sense of relaxation.
Administer a few drops of CBD massage oil in your hand and massage into the skin in a circular motion, repeating until the benefits are felt in the body. Our CBD massage oil was created with ingredients that may help to support healthy mobility, normal recovery post workout, and a sense of calm.
We’re proud to bring you the best CBD massage oil for sale in 3 potent strengths, 4000MG, 16000MG and 32000MG. To verify product purity, check out the CBD lab results to learn more.
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How CBD Can Make Your Massages So Much More Relaxing
Erin is a Brooklyn-based beauty editor and has been with InStyle since 2016. She covers all facets of beauty for the site.
I have zero chill. Whether I’m getting my blood pressure checked, my aura read, or on the phone with my mom, I’m always told the exact same thing: calm down.
Physically, this mental stress manifests itself in my posture. When I get really in the zone at work, I’m often hunched over my keyboard with my shoulders all tensed up. I do the same thing when I’m trying to stay warm walking outside on a cold, windy New York winter day.
So, as much as I hate being told to “calm down,” I probably should. That’s why I was down when Paul Labrecque Salon and Spa in New York City offered me the opportunity to try their new CBD Ritual Massage one Saturday afternoon.
What Is CBD Oil?
CBD oil (or cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant that has been reported to help reduce stress, anxiety, and inflammation — but no, it won’t get you high.
Even though CBD oil-infused products have been one of the biggest beauty and wellness trends of the past few years, I haven’t used it consistently enough to know whether or not any of the tinctures and gummies out there have any effect on my anxiety. In terms of skincare, the CBD-infused products I’ve tried have worked wonders in reducing any inflammation or redness on my face.
Since there’s research that massages can relieve muscle soreness, I was curious about the effects of a massage with CBD oil thrown into the mix.
“There is little reliable research when it comes to how cannabinoids are absorbed topically, but since the skin is the biggest organ, it makes sense that so many users cite the benefits of CBD when the ingredient is applied to multiple parts of the body,” explains Cindy Capobianco, co-founder and president of Lord Jones, a leading brand of CBD-infused products.
Capobianco says that CBD acts as an “analgesic and anti-inflammatory” and has been known to “reduce pain and inflammation when used topically.” This explains why it could create a soothing and relaxing massage experience. However, keep in mind that more studies are needed to determine if topical CBD works, as well as the recommended dosage to be effective. You should also avoid CBD if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, as well as taking certain medications. Talk to your doctor with any concerns.
What Happens During a CBD Massage?
Before my actual massage started, Paul Labrecque Salon and Spa massage director Michael Shanahan explained to me that CBD massages “can be helpful for anyone that deals with muscle inflammation, circulation issues, chronic pain, arthritis, headaches, and so much more.”
The hour-long, full-body, deep tissue massage started with Shanahan asking what areas of my body have been feeling tense (I told him to go hard on my shoulders) and cleansing the room’s energy with a sage hydrosol spray. A typical massage followed — except CBD oil was rubbed all over my body.
Shanahan started with my back, getting out all of the stress-related knots, and then moved onto my shoulders, where I hold all of my tension. When he was getting all of the knots out of my shoulders (and there were a lot) it sounded like someone repeatedly cracking my knuckles. It hurt a little, tbh, but damn — did it feel good once those knots were out.
At this point, I was pretty relaxed because I was in the middle of a massage, but then Shanahan asked me if I tend to overthink things because there’s a belief that people who do tend to hunch their shoulders — which I had apparently been doing throughout the massage. And Michael, yes, I do.
This led me into a downward spiral where I began stressing over what I’m going to look like when I’m older if I continue with this bad posture. As I tried to put these thoughts aside and relax, Shanahan continued the massage, moving onto my arms and legs. When he was working on my arms, he reassured me by telling me that based on how I was laying on my back, my shoulder placement wasn’t great, but it wasn’t terrible. I made a mental note to start being more mindful of how I’m sitting at work.
Once the CBD massage was over and done, I did feel more zen than when I woke up that morning, but not any different than I’ve felt after regular massages — or so I thought. When I got up and outside, I felt loose and just good overall. After I left Paul Labrecque, I hit up Whole Foods on the way back to my apartment. Normally a trip to WF on a Saturday afternoon makes me rage-y. Even though the store was a hot mess with long checkout lines and a handful of crying babies in strollers, I wasn’t phased by any of it.
When I took a shower later that night, I discovered that I had put my underwear back on inside out and hadn’t noticed all afternoon. I guess I was on another level of chill.