CBD For Life is a producer of highly innovative, natural, luxurious and effective cannabidiol infused pain management and beauty products. They use 99% pure CBD extract that is derived from the stems and stalks of industrial hemp.
They have put together revolutionary formulas that combine CBD with other nourishing essential oils and active ingredients that help to reduce pain, inflammation, and stress, while helping with anti-aging, rejuvenation, and vibrancy. They were launched in 2015 and since then have developed a dedicated customer base.
CBD For Life believes that in addition its medicinal properties, CBD is a “super beauty ingredient” and it can help improve the appearance of skin, hair and the overall body. Their products are designed to reduce the appearance of fine lines and help improve irritating skin conditions such as acne, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis.
The company was set up after their founding partner and CEO, Beth, learned about the healing properties of CBD. She went on to infuse CBD with essential oils to create a rub that would help manage her chronic back pain from scoliosis of the spine, a condition she has suffered with since her teenage years. She found immediate relief from the rub that she was using daily, and in addition to the pain relief, Beth noticed a significant improvement, clearing and softening of her skin. She then carried out months of research before teaming up with chemists to create her own formulations that in turn become CBD For Life.
CBD For Life has its headquarters in New Jersey, where their products are produced in a large scale contract manufacturing facility. The products are 95% naturally derived and free of GMO’s, parabens, phthalates, formaldehyde, artificial coloring and are never tested on animals. Furthermore, they are one of the cheaper CBD brands will all products retailing for under $35.
Over the last few years, the company has received a great deal of praise from the press including publications such as Marie Claire, Green Rush Daily, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, and Wholefoods Magazine.