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And why they love it.
CBD is in literally everything—you can drink it, you can bathe in it, you can slather it on from head to toe. And it seems Hollywood's biggest names are doing just that. Never ones to say no to the latest wellness trend (CBD has been transforming the self-care industry, thanks to its alleged calming effects on the body and mind), A-listers including Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, and Kim Kardashian, are some of CBDs biggest proponents. Here, a few of CBD's famous fans explain why they're hooked on the ingredient.
Kim K isn't shy about her love for CBD. Last week she told E! that she hopes her upcoming baby shower will be "CBD themed." And she's happy to share recommendations of products she loves. On her Instagram story, Kim K recently revealed that she's hooked on CBD salves. "Anyone that knows me knows I am obsessed with CBD everything!" she wrote. "This is not an ad lol, my fave right now is Pellequr."
Pellequr, for the non-initiated, is a Korean spa in Beverly Hills that offers "proprietary products that are infused with the transformative, healing powers of CBD oil."
The View co-host is the co-founder of Whoopi & Maya, a company that specializes in the legal distribution of medical marijuana. Another mainstay of the brand? CBD products specifically for relief from period pain (hello cramps, meet CBD brownie).
You have to put in some serious gym time to become one of the most famous Victoria's Secret models to walk the runway, so it should come as no surprise that Ambrosio turns to CBD-infused products to soothe her wings muscles and help her sleep.
"It's hard because the mind gets anxious, so I try CBD oil and I think it helps," she told Well + Good of her pre-runway insomnia back in 2017.
"CBD helps with pain, stress, and anxiety," Aniston told US Weekly, adding that it offers her all the benefits of marijuana without making her high. Unfortunately for us, the actress didn't comment on her preferred method of utilizing said benefits, but CBD is regularly taken as a tincture or used as a muscle rub.
Being the star of This Is Us means Moore has walked more than her fair share of red carpets. To soothe aching feet, she told The Coveteur that she planned to use Lord Jones CBD oil ahead of last year's Golden Globes:"This year I'm trying some CBD oil on my feet."
It's a trick that celebrity stylists have been recommending. Karla Welch, whose clients include Ruth Negga, Karlie Kloss, and Sarah Paulson, has called CBD "the absolute CURE for aching feet on the red carpet. Don't worry, your feet ain't going to get high but this miracle cream is going to make a long evening much more fun."
Earlier this year, Us Weekly reported that Roberts extolled the virtues of her favorite Mazz Hanna CBD bath tonic on her Instagram stories, explaining it helps to soothe her entire body.
Hanna, the celeb manicurist behind the new-age beauty brand, started incorporating CBD into products after finding relief when using it to combat long-term pain from a car accident.
Wilde opened up about her love of Lord Jones CBD lotion during an interview with the New York Times last year.
"Recently I did a play on Broadway for six months. My body was wrecked, [and] my neck was really tight. The CBD has relaxing benefits, and the idea is to avoid using too many painkillers."
While opening up about her struggle with anxiety to Health last year, Phillips revealed that—in conjunction with daily exercise—she takes CBD gummies to help alleviate her symptoms.
Paltrow is often credited with popularizing (and normalizing) CBD use within the beauty and wellness industries, thanks to featuring the ingredient on her lifestyle brand Goop's website.
Along with sharing infused cocktails, Paltrow's team has also covered a first-timer's experience at a CBD boutique, and how the smart set plans CBD dinner parties.
Bell has spoken at length about her belief in CBD products (and cannabis use in general). Most recently, she shared a photo of Lord Jones CBD lotion on her Instagram story, writing that it helps her "sore muscles after working out."
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