Weed-Infused Beauty Products Are New Celebrity Trend

A while ago, we introduced you to a line of epic, wine-infused lip glosses that even came in adorable wine-bottle-shaped tubes.

If the thought of painting your pout in some Pinot Grigio gloss made all of your drunken dreams come true, I have some good news for you.

It turns out wine isn't the only vice you can incorporate into your beauty routine.

Now you can embrace your inner stoner with some weed-infused beauty products as well.


That's right. Cannabis beauty products are now a real thing thanks to Lord Jones, and these lit beauty products are so good for your skin, celebrities like Justin Bieber and Olivia Wilde are using them.

Apparently, the products are infused with CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in marijuana, and can do absolute wonders when it comes to reducing aches and pains.


Celebrity stylist Karla Welch slathers the weed-infused body lotion on all of her celeb clients and claims,

It is the absolute cure for aching feet on the red carpet.

She wrote on Instagram,

Don't worry, your feet won't get high but this miracle cream is going to make a long Golden Globes evening much more fun. So until designers learn how to make a stiletto as comfy as sneakers, Lord Jones is in my styling kit.

However, Welch isn't the only makeup guru who's a fan of mixing bud with beauty products.


Jessa Blades, a celebrity makeup artist who's worked with a long list of A-list clients like Demi Lovato and LL Cool J, also keeps cannabis-laced lotions in her beauty bag.

Blades told Billboard,

So much of what people are experiencing on their skin are issues that at the roots are relating to stress, lack of sleep, inflammation and pain.

Cannabis has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can relieve some of those symptoms and promote the body's natural healing process.

If you're looking to snag some of these weed-infused beauty products, you can find them on Lord Jones' website.

Citations: Cannabis-infused beauty products are here and they're about to make life better for all of us (Metro)