Canniant-CBD Soothing Lotion Unscented-250mg


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The Canniant CBD Unscented Soothing Lotion is meant for daily all-over use. To enjoy the best results apply this lotion every day after taking your bath.

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Moisturize your skin and enjoy the goodness of CBD with the Canniant CBD Unscented Soothing Lotion. The rich and non-greasy formula of this lotion makes it perfect for the skin, and provides you with an easy way to get your daily dose of CBD.

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