Lux Beauty Club CBD Products

 Lux Beauty Club CBD Products

Not all CBD products are the same. Many of us want a more holistic approach, especially when it comes to beauty and wellness. Lux Beauty Club takes that approach.

Many would enjoy their Orange Awake CBD Oil, Peppermint Peace CBD Oil, Sleeping Beauty CBD Oil, CBD Beauty Butter Body Cream, and bestseller CBD Relief Roller. They are priced from $49 to $98.

Many want better pain relief, and one may get relief with Lux Beauty Club’s CBD Pain Relief Roller, one of their most popular products. This product has the unique blend of Cannabidiol, Menthol, Uncaria Tomentosa and Bosweila.

Another interesting product is their Beauty Butter Total Body CBD Cream, packed with a strong 400 mg of organic CBD aloe tucuma, vanilla, and geranium. This product helps if one suffers by dry skin, eczema, nail fungus, skin disorders, or inflammation.

It is recommended that you should use a dime size amount each morning. For best results, use circular motions and work the lotion into your skin until absorbed fully. Best results come from daily use. Keep in a cool dry place, and do not place in direct sunlight.  

Their organic LBC CBD Oil – Orange Awake (500 mg) can be used topically or orally. The product is vegan, gluten-free, USDA organic, THC-free. It is a broad spectrum MCT Oil with nine calories and one gram of total fat. For best results, apply five to six drops on the desired area. If used orally, place 10-15 drops under the tongue, let sit 60 seconds, and use up to twice daily. This can be used as a CBD facial, as it contains many vitamins and minerals for the hair, skin and nails. This product stimulates collagen, anti-aging, cell production, energy, heals psoriasis and acne, and does not clog pores.

Many should start with this product since it has a lower dosage. Do not use on open wounds, thin skin areas or sensitive skin. Keep out of reach of children and pets. If redness, rash or burning occurs use cool water to remove the product and discontinue use.

Unlike their competitors, they are in over 1,800 points of sale like spas, pharmacies, hotels and small independent boutiques.

As a Mexican-American teenager, Victoria Flores was the first in her family to go to college. But during her 18 years at firms like Morgan Stanley Prime Brokerage and Katz Capital, she knew Wall Street was just a stopping point.

After a successful career in finance, Flores founded a hair extension business. Although it was growing year after year, she did not find this completed her and needed a new direction. That product ended up being CBD.

Victoria and her partner were taking CBD to manage the stress of running their hair extension business, and saw the potential in marketing it to women like them. This brand has been one of only a few CBD brands on the show floor at the beauty conventions. She noticed that women commercial buyers love to do business with other women.

Victoria Flores and Leslie Wilson, co-founders, decided to make CBD products for the mainstream cosmetics market. Flores was able to raise $750,000 in seed funding from some of her former Wall Street connections. Sobe Organics Inc., the parent company, raised funding from 1000 Angels, Executive Forum Angels, DKNY Sportswear president Terri Speiser, entrepreneur and politician Neelam Brar, a founding member of Impax Ventures, and angel investors Jessica and John Ason.

They founded Lux Beauty Club in 2016. Three years after launch, Lux Beauty Club has a partnership with Express Brands’ new mindfulness website, UpWest, and other deals in the wings.

Lux Beauty Club creates high-end CBD products that are made in the USA with clean ingredients. Their products are THC-free and USA-made from their FDA-certified farms. Lux Beauty Club CBD Products contain cannabinoids, plant terpenes, vitamins, minerals and flavonoids. The products were founded and formulated by registered nurses that offer non-toxic alternatives.

Sobe Organic is their licensing arm. In this way, they can direct products at specific demographics or other CBD category niches that remain underserved, especially baby boomers. Sobe Organics has hired manufacturer representative groups Focus on Beauty Brands and Diverse Marketing to increase their retail presence.

Also, the company appointed Wilson’s husband, Richard Namad– formerly sales director at Perry Ellis– to assemble the licensing portfolio. The company was able to have a licensing deal with Perry Ellis International for CBD products under the Gotcha and Ben Hogan labels.

More about the company and their products can be found at luxbeautyclub.com.

Mitchell Acks