- Abinoid Botanicals Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Abinoid Botanicals Brand with one star because it qualifies for the Mission Badge.
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Abinoid Botanicals: 60-Second Summary
Abinoid Botanicals is sick and tired of seeing the crazy amount of chemicals in skincare products. And we are too! It’s fantastic to see someone besides us calling out the use of synthetic ingredients in supposedly ‘natural’ products for the body’s largest organ (the skin). This brand offers premium ‘garden grown skincare’ and unlike many CBD skincare vendors, actually follows through on their all-natural promise. Abinoid Botanicals incorporates wonderful herbs and extracts, but there’s one extract we don’t know enough about to rank them higher —
their CBD oil.
Abinoid Botanicals Brand Review
Abinoid Botanicals is a small, Michigan-based company with an obvious passion for all things natural. What they have to say and what they do really resonate with us, especially with the onslaught of so many chemicals in the CBD topicals game. For example, the company specifically states that their skincare products are not going to have a crazy-long shelf life. That often requires synthetic preservatives, a huge no-no both for them and for us.
Something else we like — not only does Abinoid offer comprehensive ingredients lists (you’d be surprised how few of these we see in CBD skincare), they explain ingredients that may appear suspect to the uninformed. Propanediol, for instance, at first glance looks like a scary ingredient; after all, it has the word ‘propane’ in it. But propanediol is perfectly natural, safe, and is derived from corn. Abinoid eases the consumer’s mind by explaining theirs comes from non-GMO corn and does similarly with other ingredients whose names may be misleading.
The CBD product line here is limited, and it’s expensive. This may be a case, however, where you get what you pay for, as a striking amount of the ingredients are certified organic. Each formulation has an intentional combination of herbs and extracts meant to work synergistically with one another. As any good herbalist will tell you, an herb is only as good as what it’s working with.
Their moisturizer will run you $50 for four ounces. It’s packed with 250 mg CBD and over 15 plants extracts like dandelion, known for its many health benefits. Next is a one-ounce CBD face serum for $35 with blue chamomile oil and 100 mg CBD. Finally, a CBD salve at $38 is a great topical option for skin and muscle relief. Note the company also makes a cleanser and toner, but these do not contain cannabidiol.
For all the beautiful ingredients and organic certifications, we know shockingly little about the CBD in Abinoid’s skincare products, listed only as ‘phytocannabinoids’ in their ingredients lists. All we know is that they import their CBD oil from Europe.
Were the hemp plants grown with pesticides? Is the CBD oil full spectrum or isolate? Has it been tested for heavy metals and purity? How was it extracted? All these questions are unanswered, resulting in a dismally low ranking for the all-natural skincare brand.
Bottom Line – Abinoid Botanicals boasts a completely all-natural CBD skincare line, a well-received anomaly in the industry. But they cannot and should not import CBD oil from Europe and simply put it into their products. We recommend they learn more about their sourcing and how their CBD oil is extracted and then run comprehensive laboratory tests on their products by a qualified third party.
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Abinoid Botanicals empowers people to reclaim and protect their skin by offering exceptional CBD skincare.
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