Marijuana moisturiser, sativa serum, pot perfume — the beauty industry has found its next hit.
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Forget ‘puff, puff, pass.’
While THC and CBD product sales continue to grow as more states legalize cannabis, some infused-product manufacturers are already looking ahead.
When CAP Beauty launched a new dietary supplement in August, the retailer didn’t send beauty magazine editors any promotional cupcakes or cookies. Instead, they sent pot brownies.
Move over, grapeseed oil: it looks like cannabis is shaping up to be the next trending skincare ingredient, and for good reason.
There are alternatives to inhaling burning plant matter.
Medicinal cannabis and cosmetics firm MGC Pharmaceuticals has won approval from the US regulator to sell its cannabis-based anti-ageing cosmetics in America.
As marijuana becomes more and more accepted in society, it stands to reason you may know someone that uses marijuana for either medicinal or recreational purposes.
Cannabis has recently become popular as an ingredient in skincare products claiming to be the "curing elixir" for a number of common skin conditions including dry skin and acne.