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CBD Spa Treatments

by Susan Finch

Sep 21, 2019

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Trends / Health & Wellness

CBD oil is everywhere from lotions and lip balms to sleep-enhancing aids. This non-psychoactive component of cannabis claims a variety of benefits from soothing muscles to clearing up skin issues. Studies point to reduced inflammation and anxiety after using CBD products.

No, CBD oil won’t get you high, but it could help you relax and address chronic ailments and pains. Spas are the latest to get in on the CBD oil craze with customized services and packages for curious wellness enthusiasts. Here are five trending spas to add to your CBD travel wish-list.


Desuar Spa in Los Angeles
Take a cannabis soak at Desuar Spa in L.A. for a candlelit indulgence. The addition of CBD oil and other botanical ingredients aim to reduce inflammation and ease your aches and pains.


Ruby Room Inn and Spa in Chicago
Head to Chicago for a CBD oil-infused massage at the Ruby Room Inn to help soothe what ails you. Ask for a CBD-infused beverage while the staff prepares a massage infused with CBD oil or cream.


Spa Anjali at The Westin Riverfront
Dry skin gets an indulgence at Spa Anjali with a CBD hemp oil massage designed to hydrate and rejuvenate skin. You can also ask your therapist to focus on specific muscles and problem areas to ease tension and chronic ailments.


Solage, an Auberge Resort in Napa
Therapists reach for the CBD oil to soothe tired muscles at Solage. After a day of exploring Napa’s wine region, order a massage or a full-body exfoliation with CBD-infused coconut sugar scrubs.


AWAY Spa at the W Austin
Located in downtown Austin at the W Austin Hotel, Away Spa features a full menu of massages and treatments, including an “On the Road Again” treatment. Inspired by Willie Nelson’s hit song and a nod to his love of cannabis, the treatment helps reduce muscular pain and inflammation. The massage is followed by a thorough foot scrub and paraffin soak, hot stone massage and cold stone face treatment to get you on the road again.


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