For the woman who is interested in a natural approach to taking control of her health, it may be difficult to sort through the various methods and suggestions for alternative treatment. With all the information about CBD floating around, having access to valuable education and quality products you can trust is literally priceless. It can make the difference between getting the relief you’re seeking or not.
We believe that you have every right to take a look behind the scenes to understand our cGMP-compliant production process and why we do things the way we do them. Using the best technology to make our products is just part of what makes our commitment to women’s health so powerful.
So what makes our CBD-rich Broad-Spectrum Hemp Comfort Cream so special? Keep reading to find out.
How Is It Different From Our Hemp Balm?
First things first — you may be wondering about the difference between our Hemp Comfort Cream and our Hemp Balm, since they’re both designed to ease discomfort. Our Comfort Cream is a thinner formula that allows for deeper penetration of the product over a wider area, so it’s ideal for using on larger areas of skin that require immediate attention (think of thighs, arms, calves or your back). It’s not just intended for aching muscles and joints but also minor skin irritations. We include different ingredients in our Comfort Cream than our Hemp Balm, including helpful secondary ingredients (more on that in a minute), as well as sweet almond oil, winter mint and eucalyptus, which don’t only smell great, they’re incredibly soothing for your skin, too.
What’s the Best Way To Use Comfort Cream?
Our Comfort Cream is designed to provide instant relief for muscle aches and joint discomfort and to soothe minor skin irritations, such as inflammation, itching and burning, bug bites, infections, bruises, scrapes, wounds and more. Just apply a thin layer to any area that’s causing you discomfort and take a moment for peace and quiet as you massage it in and let it work its magic. Since it’s absorbed through your skin at the problem area, it starts to work immediately.
SHEbd Comfort Cream for Relief of Discomfort and Skin Irritation
Not all hemp products are created equal — SHEbd’s CBD-rich broad spectrum products are all organically sun-grown, pesticide-free, third-party verified, and THC-free, so the only high you’ll feel is from the peace of mind (and body) that comes from quick-acting relief, when and where you need it. We also don’t use any additives or dyes, which helps maximize the benefit you’ll receive from our highest quality CBD.
Studies have shown that localized topical application of CBD may help reduce inflammation and inflammatory pain. Additionally, topical CBD may help ease minor skin irritations, including redness or flakiness thanks to its antioxidant and hydrating properties. What’s great about CBD is that it can be a beneficial alternative to conventionally prescribed medications for common skin conditions (such as topical steroids) that often cause a host of unpleasant side effects when used long-term, such as skin thinning, stretch marks and easy bruising. CBD is considered safe; and topical use is not associated with any side effects.
Our Added Ingredients Optimize Relief
Our Comfort Cream includes secondary ingredients, such as sweet almond oil, winter mint and eucalyptus, to provide a pleasurable aromatherapy experience, and Boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense) and Arnica montana extract, both of which are traditionally known for their analgesic, or pain relieving, and anti-inflammatory purposes.
In fact, research has indicated that Arnica montana may be a beneficial alternative to nonsteroidal
anti-inflammatory medications (also known as NSAIDs, for example ibuprofen), and Boswellia serrata has similar properties. Plus, using a natural topical product may provide all the benefits without the potential side effects of man-made painkillers.
Hemp cream is generally well-tolerated by people with even the most sensitive skin, but it’s always a good idea to do a patch test first if you have any concerns. And it likely goes without saying, but you should consult your doctor if your skin irritation or condition becomes worse. In addition, don’t stop taking any prescribed medications,
self-diagnose or make any changes to your existing treatment without first discussing it with your physician.