Recovering from Med Spa Services?

If you’ve used CBD skin care before, you know firsthand how integral it can be in helping to care for skin. This powerful cannabinoid known as cannabidiol is derived from the hemp plant and has gained quite a following for its efficacy in helping to calm not just anxiety and stress, but pain, inflammation and even acne.

With all the positive payoffs to using CBD to care for skin, it’s no surprise that CBD has found its way to post-med spa regimens. Read on for how CBD skin care may help your skin recover from med spa treatments—and get ready to find even more reasons to love this cannabinoid. 

Can CBD help with pain after med spa treatments? 

Tender skin after Botox or other med spa treatments needs extra care, and hemp derived, full spectrum CBD may go a long way in helping to stave off pain and sensitivity. 

Patty Rook, spa director at the Glen Ivy Hot Springs in Corona, California tells Dayspa Magazine, “CBD is a plant-based topical that has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-anxiety benefits, all of which we’ve been addressing for a long time in our business. Clients are especially discovering that CBD can be a quick way to deal with chronic pain.” 


Whether you suffer from chronic pain or are experiencing short term pain after a med spa treatment, “Incorporating CBD skin care into your regimen may deliver not only pain relief, but deeply nourishing benefits to skin overall,” notes Sarah Mirsini, founder of MASK CBD Skincare. “Using an organic CBD serum daily or a CBD sheet mask several times a week may provide noticeable improvements in skin overall.”

Inflamed skin after treatment? Just add CBD

If your skin is irritated or inflamed after your med spa treatment, CBD may soothe it back to a calm and happier state. “Because of CBD’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, in addition to its ability to help regulate cell proliferation and sebum production, it’s extremely well suited to the spa setting,” Ella Cressman, owner of Ella Cress Skin Care tells Dayspa Magazine. 

Not only will CBD skincare help to calm topical inflammation, but taking CBD orally can help calm systemic inflammation at the source. “We know that CBD works within the body’s endocannabinoid system to bring the entire body back to homeostasis, or a state of balance,” shares MASK’s Mirsini. “When ingested, CBD goes to work to calm feelings of anxiety and stress, to soothe pain and to combat inflammation and restore balance throughout the body—and that includes the skin.” 

Full spectrum, organic CBD products—like those from Iremia CBD—will not only deliver the highest quality results, but you’ll receive the added benefits of the additional cannabinoids found in full spectrum formulas, like CBC, CBG and CBN

If you’ve had cool sculpting, Botox, or fillers, CBD is for  you

While using CBD soon after a med spa treatment can help address pain and inflammation, long term use can go a long way to nourishing skin and keeping it looking its best. That’s because hemp derived CBD is chock full of powerful antioxidants that help protect skin from free radicals—one of the biggest culprits of prematurely aging skin. 

“Preclinical trials over the past 40 years have found that hemp extract shows promise as a potential anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, neuroprotectant and antidepressant, among many other benefits,” Maria Parodi, spa and wellness director at JW Marriott tells Dayspa Magazine. 

In short, using CBD skincare regularly may help how your skin looks, feels, and performs in the long run. And if we care enough about our skin to invest in med spa treatments, CBD seems like a natural addition to our skincare regimes to make sure that treatment—and our skin!—goes the distance.