New Eco-friendly Premium Hemp Hand Lotion to Help With The Driest Hands.

Hemp Hand Cream Is A Revolutionary Product To Help With The Driest Hands. There is an exponentially growing demand from consumers for hemp-derived beauty and skincare products.

Paradise Valley, United States - May 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Kushly, the American manufacturer and distributor of hemp-derived products, announces its newest premium Hemp-derived topical product: Hemp Hand Cream. This organically grown, all-natural hemp hand cream has been formulated to protect and nourish dry, irritated skin as well as protect and moisturize hands, which are among the body’s most overworked components.

“Hemp-derived products have been reviewed extremely positively and we are very excited to announce that we are expanding our product line with a new hemp skincare product in response to our customers’ inquiries”. commented Cody Alt, CEO of Kushly.com.

Hemp has been an agricultural product for well over ten thousand years and has been utilized for the production of paper, rope, oil, and textiles throughout history. The precious seeds of this plant are cold-pressed to extract rich natural oil that boasts numerous health benefits including skin protection, moisturizing and nourishing skin as well as helping to minimize the development of skin wrinkles. Hemp oil protects the skin from loss of moisture aids skin in remaining soft, supple, and elastic. It helps in the repair of damaged skin and exerts a calming effect on dry irritated skin.

The varieties of hemp that are cultivated for seeds and oil production differ from the marijuana plant in that they contain only minimal or trace amounts of THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, the marijuana component known for its psychoactive properties. The hemp oil incorporated has no intoxicating properties but does boast necessary amino acids as well as essential fatty acids, and hemp is a sustainable crop that is friendly to the environment. As an insect-resistant crop, it needs no herbicides, pesticides, or chemicals for its cultivation.

“There is an exponentially growing demand from consumers for hemp-derived beauty and skincare products. Our customers can feel confident using our new hemp hand cream thanks to our premium American-sourced hemp which is organically produced without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or chemicals. We believe in following the most stringent safety and compliance measures for our industry while guaranteeing respect for the environment. This is one of the primary reasons that our products are in such high demand,” said Cody Alt.

About Kushly Company

The company Kushly is headquartered in Kentucky, USA and is committed to excellence in the hemp-derived products industry. The company’s commitment to research and the development of innovative hemp-derived products for beauty and skincare is characterized by establishing and maintaining trust with its customer base and by contributing to everyday life improvement thanks to quality hemp-derived products.

Contact Info:
Name: Cody Alt
Email: Send Email
Organization: Kushly LLC
Address: 9148 N 66th Pl, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253, United States
Website: https://goo.gl/maps/fSDCC6uoT5AsAfyy8

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88957983

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