Mary's Brands™ Introduces Signature Facial and Massage Featuring CBD Full Spectrum Hemp

USA, Denver, Colorado. December 05, 2019

Mary's Brands™ (Mary's), a leading manufacturer of full-spectrum hemp extract with naturally occurring CBD-infused products, today announced a new Signature Facial and Massage featuring Mary's Nutritionals™ and Mary's Methods™. Mary's CBD-Rich Full Spectrum Hemp Massage and Mary's CBD-Rich Full Spectrum Hemp Facial allow massage therapists and estheticians flexibility in their treatment techniques, while integrating the power of Mary's Brands CBD-rich whole-plant hemp extracts. The new treatments are the next step in growing Mary's leadership position in hemp-derived CBD for spas and resorts, with a strong focus on transparency and education.

Since 2015, Mary's has been a pioneer in creating innovative CBD-infused products to positively impact the lives of its consumers. CBD is a potent phytocannabinoid that provides support for the endocannabinoid system (ECS). "The skin's endocannabinoid system helps to maintain balance and regularity. The promise of potential benefits to the skin continues to make CBD therapy a top spa and wellness trend," said Dr. Jeremy Riggle, Chief Scientist of Mary's Brands.

"Mary's has been focused on providing solutions for our spa partners for more than five years. Our partners appreciate that we are at the forefront of the hemp-derived CBD movement, and able to provide educated information on the ever-changing landscape," says Phillip Zamudio, Global Vice President of Sales for Mary's Brands. "As the spa industry keeps up with the dramatic demand for CBD spa treatments from clients seeking a deeper level of nourishment, there are questions regarding efficacy and safety. We are proud to be a preferred CBD vendor for spas based on our sound research, constant innovation and retail savvy. These signature treatments allow our partners to showcase Mary's as a trusted partner."

Mary's CBD-Rich Full Spectrum Hemp Massage

This highly therapeutic massage harnesses the nourishing benefits of Full Spectrum Hemp Extract from Mary's Nutritionals. Enjoy a full body rub-down with CBD-rich Hemp Infused Massage Oil, followed by trigger point therapy with Mary's Compound and Muscle Freeze to help treat overworked muscles.

Mary's CBD-Rich Full Spectrum Hemp Facial

Colorado-grown hemp and the healing minerals from the Israeli Dead Sea are the stars of this facial. Mary's Methods™ CBD-rich products are combined with premium ingredients from the Dead Sea to calm sensitive skin while addressing common concerns like dry skin and premature aging. Includes a deep cleanse with Purify Deep Sea Mud Mask, skin analysis, followed by facial, neck, décolleté́ and eye contour massage.

Mary's CBD-Rich Full Spectrum Hemp treatments are available to luxury resorts and spas partners nationwide. The world's largest spa operators have chosen Mary's for the brand's rigorous standards. Upholding Mary's industry-leading accountability, all products are in-house and third-party laboratory tested to ensure purity, potency and consistency. Products are all-natural, vegan, free of gluten, parabens and harmful chemicals.


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