Body sprays, perfumes and colognes infused with cannabis are gaining in popularity
Cannabis is making its way into a lot of industries – beverages, food, lotions and even clothes. It’s not too surprising, then, that it would now be found in colognes and body sprays.
One product is the recently introduced 212 VIP Men Party Fever cologne, which is infused with cannabidiol (CBD). According to the cologne’s designer, Carolina Herrera, it is “an elegant, refined summer scent that opens with a spicy energy then mellows with a herbaceous cannabis accord in the heart.” Since the cologne doesn’t contain any THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, there’s no chance of the wearer – or those around him – of getting high.
At around $80 for a 100ml bottle, it might be a little pricey for some. Fortunately, there are other alternatives. Demeter has an entire line of CBD-infused colognes, perfumes, splashes, and body sprays that won’t set consumers back too much. For example, the 3.4-ounce cologne spray retails for around $40.00 and Demeter’s 8.4-ounce body lotion only costs $22.00.
Women may enjoy Clean Reserve’s Avant Garden Collection. One particular scent is the “hemp & ginger” perfume. It has become highly popular due to its unique bouquet and “well-rounded spiciness.” It’s a little more expensive; however, at around $150 for an 8-ounce bottle.
There continues to be an almost endless rollout of new products related to the cannabis industry. This trend will most definitely continue as the natural plant gains acceptance and becomes more widely available on mainstream markets.