Chapped Skin? Try a Cannabis-Infused Balm

Kicked-up hand washing and crisp temperatures are a recipe for chapped skin. And as October makes itself known, there are other body parts that may be feeling a little dry and sensitive. But put down that bottle of lotion, because there’s a better way. You need to try a cannabis-infused balm.

It’s the Balm

Quick reminder if you’re coming up blank about the texture or consistency of a balm. It’s not a runny lotion or a thick cream. It’s more of a rich ointment. And in the case of the KYND balm, it’s a wonderfully healing salve that blends mango, shea, and cocoa butters with coconut oil, beeswax, essential oils, and, of course, cannabis oil. So what’s the advantage of rubbing all that into your dry, itchy, irritated skin? Well, plenty.

As a topical, our balm is a target treatment that penetrates for deep, lasting relief. The cannabinoids in the balm absorb into your skin to bind with its CB2 receptors for quick relief. There’s no interaction with the bloodstream, which means no intoxicating effects — just quick, soothing relief wherever you put it. In fact, our balm can actually address muscle and joint health issues, so give it a whirl on those aching back muscles or even the temples or back of the neck to soothe a headache.

Easy Peasy

Dry spots on your hands, knuckles, elbows, or knees will benefit from a little balm massage. Apply sparingly, because a little goes a long way, and start soothing that irritating skin. Make a point of rubbing in a little to spots that are prone to dryness regularly to promote healing.

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