We have had a lot of people ask us about adding CBD oil to their spray tan solutions. Hemp-derived CBD oil is now legal in the US. As a result, it has become one of the hottest new health trends. It has been said to do everything from reduce pain, inflammation and anxiety to controlling seizures and prevent cancer growth. While more studies need to be done on the effects of CBD oil, it’s popularity as a wonder supplement is widespread.
What is CBD oil? Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product that’s derived from cannabis. It’s a cannabinoid, that is naturally found in marijuana plants. Full-Spectrum CBD oil is the most effective as it works synergistically with the body’s natural cannibinoids. CBD doesn’t create a “high” effect or any form of intoxication as it contains less than .03% THC.
You can find CBD sold in a variety of different products ranging from oral to topical. If you are considering offering CBD services in tandem with spray tans there are some things to keep in mind.
- Is Your CBD Oil Real? There are a lot of scam products that state they sell real CBD oil but in reality, it is not. Make sure you obtain third party test results from your supplier that indicate the milligrams per dose, purity and quality.
- What Is the Appropriate Dose? CBD oil comes in a variety of doses. If you ask the CBD experts, they will tell you that dosing varies by person. You will want to ask what the dose should be when being topically applied.
- Are You A Doctor? If not, be careful how you present CBD oil to your customers. Keep the benefits to above the epidermis layer. You do not want to present this as a cure all.
- Can CBD oil have side effects? In some people CBD oil can cause dizziness, hallucinations, depression or low blood pressure. Make sure you discuss possible side effects with your supplier.
Offering add-on treatments to spray tan services is a lucrative way to increase your per client transaction. When done correctly your customers will be happy and want to continue adding these services when they get spray tanned.