CBD Cinnamon Bun Soap
Treat yourself to our brand new batch of CBD infused Cinnamon Bun Soap! This deceptively delicious soap bar isn’t for eating – but it leaves your hands squeaky clean, nourished with botanical extracts, and smelling like sweet cinnamon sticky buns (without the sticky feeling!)
How Does it Work?
Dilated pores in the hands during washing absorb our blend of botanical extracts and cannabidiol to help clean & nourish your skin.
A natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial recipe, as the soapy suds sit on the skin during a shower (or bath) botanical extracts and cannabidiol help to relieve skin irritation discomforts associated with eczema and psoriasis - often used in conjunction with our CBD Body Lotion after you take a shower (or bath,) as well as reducing oil and residue build up. Adding a little olive oil to the blend helps keep your skin soft and the soap dry after you bathe.
10mg of CBD (Cannabidiol) extract per bar, a unique blend of essential oils and wild crafted botanicals, as well as goats milk and almond extract
- Anti-Inflammatory Botanical Blend
Borage & Flower Seed Extract: The oil is best known for providing a high level of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a fatty acid with strong anti-inflammatory properties. Borage is also loaded with macro-nutrients, including vitamins A and C, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin and choline, and also contains proteins, fiber, minerals and other plant compounds.
- Milk Thistle Extract: The active constituents in milk thistle seed indicate its benefits to the skin. These include: Silymarin, which is actually a group of three flavonoids, Vitamin E, Fatty acids, including linoleic acid. Silymarin offers antioxidant benefits, which help protect skin from environmental stressors. Vitamin E offers similar protective benefits, and fatty acids help shore up the skin's natural moisture barrier.
- German Chamomile Extract: Chamomile contains a long list of chemical compounds which are individually known for their anti-inflammatory properties. Bisabolol – An anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-irritant, anti-fungal and non-allergenic. Chamazulene – one of the azulenes, chamazulene is only found in the essential oils of both Roman and German chamomile and is credited with providing the anti-inflammatory properties of both chamomiles.
Note – Don’t use chamomile in skincare if you are allergic to any of the Asteraceae family of plants – these include chamomile, celery, ragwort, daisy, calendula, or chrysanthemum. People who are allergic to this family of plants generally have a reaction to chamomile.
How Do I use it?
Apply liberally about the body during a shower or bath. Allow recipe to foam and bubble, lifting oil and residue.
Goats milk, borage seed and flower extract, sage extract, milk thistle extract, german chamomile extract, cherry plum extract, beeswax, Almond Extract, Vanilla Bean Extract, Cinnamon Bark Extract, Powdered Cinnamon and less than 2% vegetable steric acid.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.Sativa Valley Essentials Inc. does not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA). The company does sell and distribute pure CBD (cannabidiol) based products.
Products on this site contain No THC