Topical CBDA Full-Spectrum Body Cream – 1000mg

$69.95

  • Show your skin some love with our CBDA Body Cream.What has CBDA got that CBD doesn’t? That’s a great question.

    Cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) is the precursor to the more well-known CBD. Essentially, CBDA is the raw acidic form of CBD as it exists in the live cannabis plant, and it’s thought to stimulate the body in different ways.

    Beyond soothing ingredients like aloe vera, cocoa butter, and calming chamomile, it can provide long-lasting moisture and may offer anti-aging effects. Thicker than a chocolate milkshake and absurdly smooth, this body cream combines the benefits of CBDA with CBD to maximize the entourage effect.

    Experience all the soothing properties of this full-spectrum hemp extract by adding it to your beauty, self-care, or workout routine today.

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For Best Results

Use a small amount of CBDA cream on targeted areas as needed or as a general daily moisturizer. A little goes a long way, so don’t be afraid to use it on arms, legs, feet, hands, and face.

Do not use on broken skin — the blood orange essential oil may cause a stinging sensation.

Store at room temperature.

Suggested Use

Consistent use is the best way to determine if this cream is the one for you. We recommend using the product daily for 30 days so you can really experience its effectiveness.

Combine with a tincture or soft-gel to enjoy the benefits of CBD inside and out.

Topical application is extremely safe, so don’t be afraid to use more as needed. If irritation occurs, discontinue use and gently wash the affected area with warm water.

Tips And Tricks

Apply this soothing cream to a sunburn to enjoy the benefits of aloe vera.

Sore muscles can benefit from the arnica in this cream too — throw it in your gym bag so you always have it when you need it.

Lucid Labs

As part of our 100% Lucid Guarantee, all of our hemp-derived products are tested to ensure we meet all legal requirements and HempLucid’s quality standards. Each lot is individually sampled, tested and archived, with each test result (called a Certificate of Analysis, or COA) made available publicly for your review.