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CBD Foot Renewal Cream

Support your stride with Social’s CBD Foot Cream. A powerful formula that both soothes and moisturizes tired feet.

  • 250mg CBD Per Bottle
  • Dual Effect – Soothing & Moisturizing
  • No Artificial Fragrances or Colors
  • Travel Ready, TSA-Compliant
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Description

Your Best Foot Forward: CBD Foot Cream

Support Your Stride
This powerful blend of pure CBD hemp extract, arnica, white willow bark and menthol targets aches from being on your feet throughout the day.

Refresh & Restore
Reward the hardest working part of the body with shea butter and avocado oil that soften and moisturize the skin. Specifically formulated to revive dry, tough areas.

Cold Recovery
Get a foot renewal cream that works as hard as you do. Menthol delivers an instant cooling sensation where you need it most.

Active Ingredients

Isolate CBD
Shown to help improve the body’s natural response to stress, Isolate CBD is pure CBD extract from the hemp plant. All additional phytocannabinoids are carefully removed, leaving nothing except CBD.

Aloe & Shea Butter
Deeply moisturizing and nourishing on skin.

Willow Bark & MSM
Combined, provides relaxing qualities.

Arnica & Menthol
Together these ingredients provide cooling, soothing, and relaxing properties.

Apply and massage onto targeted areas. Repeat as needed, no more than 4 times daily. Wash hands after use with cool water.

Ingredients: Purified water, Emulsifying Wax NF, Vegetable Glycerin, Cetyl Alcohol, Cyclomethicone, Diethylhexyl Sebacate, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Tocopheryl (vitamin E) Acetate, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Stearalkonium Chloride, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sorbic Acid, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Salix Nigra (Willow) Bark Extract, Natural Menthol USP, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, CBD Hemp Extract, Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil, Ilex Paraguariensis Leaf Extract, Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5), Sarsaparilla Extract

Social CBD’s hemp derived products contain 0.0% THC (no high) and are tested by a third-party accredited lab at multiple stages of production. We select CBD based on our fundamental principle of purity. All Social CBD products are checked for CBD potency and the absence of:

  • Solvents
  • Heavy Metals
  • Pesticides
  • Microorganisms
  • THC

We believe in creating trust through transparency. All test results are available online using the QR code and product lot code found on every box.

We are pleased to offer free ground shipping within the U.S. for all orders over $99. On orders less than $99, shipping is a flat rate of $6(unless expedited shipping is selected). Orders typically take 1 business day (Mon-Fri) to process. Once an order is placed, you can expect a confirmation email letting you know that we have received your order and it has begun processing. When the order has shipped you will receive tracking information.

Shipping Methods:

USPS
All of our USPS shipments(including free shipping) are shipped First-Class Mail which takes an average of 1 to 3 days to arrive at its destination.

Reward the hardest working part of the body with CBD foot cream. Made with shea butter and avocado oil our CBD foot cream revives dry, tough areas.

A CBD-Infused Cream. For My Feet?

Our reporter hits the fashion week front lines wearing a new cannabis product. And stilettos.

  • Oct. 2, 2019

PARIS — Early one morning three weeks into fashion month, I sat in my Paris hotel room with a deepening sense of dread. It wasn’t the prospect of 10 runway shows back-to-back each day, nor filing stories from my phone in (what turned out to be) the nearly constant rain.

Rather, it was doing all that in five-inch stiletto heels. For a week.

The reason? For this article, I had agreed to test a new product that had been doing the front row rounds this season: one that promises you can wear sky-high heels without the inevitable throbbing ache in the balls of one’s feet.

Called — surprise — Stiletto Cream, the product was introduced last month and was the brainchild of the shoe czar Tamara Mellon and Lord Jones , the upscale Los Angeles-based brand behind a hit CBD-infused body lotion .

CBD stands for cannabidiol , an ingredient in marijuana and one of more than a hundred compounds within the cannabis plant. It has been one of the breakout success stories of the flourishing legal international cannabis trade , the market value of which is expected by Euromonitor to reach $166 billion by 2025.

In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration has been cautious about the rapidly growing cannabis industry but the agency is under pressure from Congress to ease the path to market for cannabis-derived products. Retailers are already selling CBD-infused beer, candy and marshmallows, as well as shampoo, face serum and now — foot cream.

A devoted user of CBD products, Ms. Mellon was introduced last year to Cindy Capobianco, the president and co-founder of Lord Jones . They began working on a cream specifically formulated for feet after celebrities, including Olivia Wilde and Busy Philipps , said they used Lord Jones’s body lotion on their feet to relieve the agony of the red carpet promenades. The result retails for $70 a tube , and contains 200 milligrams of CBD (which, according to the labeling, makes it a “high formula”).

As for what that CBD has been scientifically proven to do, it is not exactly clear. Most products are vague in their promises because the Food and Drug Administration prohibits unproven health claims. Most of the information about CBD’s effect on humans is still anecdotal, and few rigorous trials have been conducted that prove CBD preparations are any more effective than other topical pain relievers such as Tiger Balm or Icy Hot .

All of which meant that, when I began applying the new cream to my feet I was, it was fair to say, a skeptic.

For as long as I’ve been working on the fashion week front lines, I’ve been a loafer and sneaker devotee. Occasionally, if the dress code reads “black tie,” I would try the odd chunky strappy heel. The idea that a cream would allow me to totter over cobblestones in five-inch spikes (the kind Ms. Mellon herself is famous for wearing) seemed close to unimaginable.

I told myself to have an open mind. Ms. Capobianco said that each morning I should apply a nickel-size dollop of cream (which would contain the equivalent of about 4 milligrams of CBD) 20 minutes before putting on shoes. So on Day 1 I duly unscrewed the tube, rubbed some on and immediately discovered I needed socks to prevent wiping out on the bathroom floor (the base is cocoa butter, shea butter, olive oil and fruit acids). Then off I went in gold metallic sandals with a 4.5-inch wafer thin stiletto heel, lent by Ms. Mellon, taking my reporting to new, well, highs.

I fully expected that by midday, I’d have given up and swapped the stilettos for sneakers, but in fact there was nary a niggle; my feet just felt quite … warm and fuzzy? By 3 p.m. there was still no soreness, and by 7 p.m., when I felt like the edges of my day had been given a nice cannabidiol-influenced buffer thanks to the peculiar lack of aching in my soles, I decided that a placebo effect had to be at work.

Day 2 arrived, then days 3 and 4 — and, with each, my own 5-inch platform knee-high boot or my vampish skyscraper pump. Every morning I would begin with trepidation, and each evening I would exhale with surprise.

Over time, my perception of shoe-related foot pain gradually shifted; while I was aware of the sensation and cause, I wasn’t thinking much about either by the end of the day.

Bottom line: My feet really did not really hurt. The worst they felt was a little sore. “I think it’s working!” I said all week to everyone who would listen. Mostly, they laughed and gave me looks that said: Are you actually high?

I didn’t care. Because I was: by at least three inches.

Our reporter hits the fashion week front lines wearing a new cannabis product. And stilettos.