MENDER Essentials HIGH CBD LUXE RELIEF CREAM
This high-CBD whipped meltaway cream delivers a potent dose of full spectrum CBD in a deeply moisturizing and protective shea butter and sweet almond oil base. Texture: Firm cream melts into a silky rich oil for glowy skin and blissful body. Scent: Drifting through a sunny California hemp farm, you inhale the light spice of pine and citrus from nearby trees floating in the breeze.
Potent at 400mg of organic full spectrum hemp-extracted CBD Sweet almond oil is rich in vitamins A and E, zinc and omega-3 fatty acids Organic shea butter is a deeply emollient anti-oxidant plumping hydrator creating a moisture-locking barrier to treat dry skin and improve overall texture Keep your Luxe Relief Cream upside down in a cool, dry place to maintain silky texture and expect slight color change after opening—this is natural as the cream adjusts to your room temperature Pairs beautifully with Mender Body Oil No synthetic fragrances, expect your Luxe Relief Cream to smell exactly as nature intended—warm and earthy with hints of organic essential oils of sweet orange, cypress and ylang-ylang Does not contain synthetic fragrances, phenoxyethanol, hydrogenated oils or processed waxes, pthalates, isopropyl myristate or other propane derivatives -CBD Luxe Relief Cream is the new and improved vegan replacement for the popular Mender Body Butter Minimal, recyclable packaging
I N G R E D I E N T S sweet almond oil,* shea butter,* coconut oil,* vitamin E,* 400mg full spectrum hemp CBD,* 100% essential oils* of cypress, angelica, orange peel, ylang-ylang & lemon
D I R E C T I O N S Apply to entire body to moisturize skin and relax muscles on the daily. Massage deeply into trouble areas.
Contains 100mg of full-spectrum CBD per ounce. Allow 90 seconds to absorb and 15 minutes to take full effect.
R E C Y C L A B L E Please recycle your LDPE high CBD Luxe Relief Cream bottle after use—most neighborhood recycling programs accept low density polyethylene plastic bottle recycling. After putting the low density polyethylene under heat, your recycling company fashions the material into thin plastic sheets, which the recycling company then sells to manufacturers.