Moisturizing Lotion with Pain Relief — an innovative solution you should try!

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One of my biggest issues with my facial skin is occasional pain around temples and bridge of the nose due to work stress and general flakiness due to dry skin.

A friend of mine suggested a product that is a pretty good Moisturizing Lotion but then also has CBD in it to address pain related issues.

After I used it for a few days, the results are pretty spectacular. I apply it in the night before going to bed.

The product helped soothe my skin and the CBD component of it took out some of the blemishes and more importantly the pain is gone completely!

If you experience any of the above issues, definitely try out the product. BTW, I bought mine at but you can buy it any where, just make sure it can do both moisturizing as well as has CBD to address other issues.




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