We bring years of alternative healing experience and offer a large variety of wellness products.
We specialize in high quality, lab-tested Hemp CBD products.
Our products contain less than 0.3% THC or are completely THC-FREE.
About CBD Topicals
CBD topicals are CBD products designed to be used topically on the skin. CBD topicals come in many forms, like CBD creams, CBD balms, and CBD sprays. Topical CBD products are often used to target specific problem areas on the body. In addition to containing CBD, many CBD topicals contain other skin-soothing natural ingredients, like eucalyptus, aloe vera, and essential oils.
About Mosaic Wellness CBD Topicals
Mosaic Wellness carries only high quality, third party lab-tested hemp CBD topicals. We carry a variety of different creams, balms, and sprays to help our customers find the ideal CBD topical for their unique needs. Browse our CBD topicals below and click on each product to learn more about its high quality herbal ingredients.
CBD+ Balm 4oz Jar$40.00
CBD+ Herbs Topical Spray 2oz Bottle$26.00
CBD+ Herbs Cream 4oz Jar$40.00
The Nightcap – Night Cream$38.00
The Quickie – Toning Spray$25.00
Higher Mind Medicinals – Pain Relief 50mg – Unscented$40.00
Higher Mind Medicinals – Pain Relief 50mg – Eucalyptus$40.00
Higher Mind Medicinals – Pain Relief 100mg – Eucalyptus$60.00
FAQ About CBD Topicals
What is the difference between a CBD lotion and a CBD balm or salve?
CBD lotions and CBD creams are more lightweight than CBD balms or salve. Balms and slaves have a thicker, more oily consistency. Generally, people prefer topical creams or lotions if they’re looking for a more lighter, more moisturizing product that will absorb quickly into the skin. Others prefer balms or salves, as they can be excellent for soothing and massaging the skin. Balms and salves tend to sit on the skin for longer, due to their consistency, so people commonly apply balms to small areas, while they may apply lotions or creams to larger areas.
What is in your CBD topicals?
We offer a wide variety of CBD topicals. Each CBD topical contains different ingredients, which will affect its consistency and skin care benefits. Our products may contain phytocannabinoid rich full spectrum CBD hemp oil, broad spectrum CBD hemp oil or CBD isolate.
CBD topicals also often contain other skin-soothing ingredients in addition to CBD. Some examples include moisturizing ingredients like aloe vera, coconut oil, and shea butter, cooling ingredients like peppermint extract or menthol (which may provide a cooling sensation), soothing ingredients like beeswax, herbal ingredients like arnica, or skin rejuvenating ingredients like vitamin C extract. These additional ingredients can help common skin issues like dry skin, dull skin, or irritated and inflamed skin.
To see what each of our topical CBD products contains, click the products above to learn more about their ingredients.
Will CBD topicals cause me to feel “high?”
CBD does not cause any psychoactive effects. When CBD is applied topically, it treats the local area in which the topical was applied and never crosses the blood brain barrier. CBD encourages the body to produce its own cannabinoids which may encourage the endocannabinoid system to work more effectively.
Do your CBD topicals contain THC?
All of our hemp CBD products contain 0.3% or less of THC or are completely THC-free.
Will topical CBD help with my chronic pain? What are the benefits of CBD?
Due to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines, we cannot recommend the use of CBD for any specific medical condition. You may hear anecdotal accounts of people who say they have tried CBD topicals for chronic pain, joint pain, muscle soreness, or general pain relief. However, currently, there is not enough research on the effects of CBD for pain management, nor enough research on how CBD may affect the immune system. There is some scientific research that suggests CBD may have anti-inflammatory properties, but more research is currently needed.
Do CBD topicals have side effects?
CBD generally does not have side effects, even when taken in extra strength or very high dosages. It’s always a good idea to consult your medical practitioner before trying any new supplements, including ones that contain CBD. CBD is safe and non-toxic but it can sometimes interact with certain prescription medications for certain medical conditions.
Are CBD topicals the best way to take CBD?
Since CBD topicals like lotions, salves, and creams are applied to the skin, they are often used by those looking to try CBD on a specific part of their body. Topical products can give a localized effect, while products that are ingested or inhaled (like CBD oils, CBD tinctures, CBD vapes, or CBD edibles) can give a full body effect. There’s no best way to take CBD, only the way you may prefer more.
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.
Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural constituent of hemp oil.