Way before the rise of CBD infusion, Korean made Skin Care had a claim to be the biggest beauty trend in the world. The idea of “cosmoceuticals,” or cosmetic products that served quasi-medical purposes as well. Among American audiences, some of the most popular items were paper or tensile sheet masks— and now, the same techniques used to make them are being put to new and inventive purposes.
Known as CBD relief wraps, these products are made by soaking a thin, porous fabric in a CBD-infused serum (more on this later). They’re sometimes pitched as a way to deliver the pain-relieving benefits of the cannabinoid using advanced Korean technology — and few examples illustrate this better than CoSo Health and Beauty, which claims to “blend the best of two cultures — the innovative [skin care] technology of South Korea and the healing power of hemp from Colorado.” In addition to their line of face masks, the company also offers a CBD Applied Relief Wrap made with 50 mg of broad spectrum nano CBD. Available now in the PCR Pharms line of Medical Products .
Everything You Need to Know About CBD Relief Wraps
Generally speaking, CBD relief wraps are intended to provide topical relief to specific areas of the body that are experiencing pain or inflammation. Here, there’s some evidence that CBD could be useful: a number of studies have shown it to be an effective anti-inflammatory, while others indicate it can be a potent pain reliever.
But CBD isn’t the only ingredient that (might) help soothe your stiff shoulders or aching back. Most relief wraps also contain a number of others that have medicinal benefits of their own. For example, Newly listed products are made with menthol (whose cooling properties are well-known to most people), and NANO infused CBD.
However, ingredients aren’t the only thing to consider when choosing a CBD relief wrap — there’s also the fabric of the wrap itself. Though some companies create their own proprietary fabrics, which are often claimed as having uniquely powerful properties, in general they’re made from the following materials:
Each of these come with their own advantages and disadvantages (for example, non-woven fibers are inexpensive but may not adhere well, while hydrogels do adhere well but may contain artificial chemicals that irritate the skin). Since no studies have been conducted to determine “the best” fabric for relief wraps, it’s largely a matter of personal preference.
Regardless of the fabric, the big question is: do they work?
Here, it’s hard to say. Most wraps contain 50 mg of CBD, which could be either much more – or much less — than your body needs to get relief. There’s no simple answer for determining the best CBD dosage for you, and the only way to know for sure is through trial and error. If you’re dealing with aches and pains all over, as opposed to a specific area, there better options available (like CBD capsules).
Relief wraps also aren’t a great option if you’re looking for fast relief. Most brands recommended keeping their products on for 30-60 minutes, which might be fine if you’re unwinding at home after a long day, but it’s considerably less convenient (and slower) than using a a tincture or gel caps, for example. While they’re quite easy to use — just open the package, apply, and wait — other methods are equally straightforward, and their effects can be felt in a matter of minutes or even seconds. This is preference to the customer. As always PCR Pharms, guarantees its products with 100% satisfaction or your money back.
The best way to experience the wraps is to wry them yourselves. Take a CBD wrap, apply to your troubles area (shoulder, knee, hip, elbow, etc.) and wrap with compression tape, wait 20-60 minutes, and wash with warm clean water. Use coupon code- TRYME for 30% off your first relief wrap.