- Stiletto Cream includes 200 mg of CBD per 50 ml tube.
- The cream was created by Lord Jones, in collaboration with Tamara Mellon, in time for awards season.
Even though CBD companies cannot make any medical or therapeutic claims over what their products can do, much of the evidence suggests that CBD is a helpful cure for pain and inflammation in the muscles. Considering how widespread this knowledge is, it should come as no surprise that celebrities are willing to use this remedy to get through awards season, like Amy Sedaris.
Sedaris is known for her many comedic roles in the entertainment industry, and she decided to wear a pair of glitzy Jimmy Choo heels at the Emmy’s this weekend. However, with so many hours of socializing and leading up to the event, keeping her feet comfortable is a priority, which is exactly why she turned to the use of a CBD remedy by Lord Jones called Stiletto Cream.
Stars like Michelle Williams and Mandy Moore are both fans of the Body Lotion by Lord Jones ($60), but Sedaris took to Instagram to show a series of pictures, tagging Lord Jones for the use of the Stiletto Cream. While the Body Lotion contains 100 mg per 50 ml tube, the same size Stiletto Cream offers 200 mg of CBD.
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Earlier this month, Lord Jones collaborated with Tamara Mellon, a shoe designer to the stars, in an effort to launch the new Stiletto Cream, which is available for $70. The creation of such a cream was specifically for the purpose of helping women in their high heels over award season. Along with Sedaris, stylist Kate Young (who dressed Williams and Sophie Turner) and Nicole Chavez (who dress Kristen Bell) gave a shout out on Instagram for the product.
Dr. Suzanne Levine spoke with Page Six Style this year, commenting that the use of topical CBD products offers “an excellent way to decrease focal pain.” Dr. Levine added that the bloodstream absorbs “very little CBD,” but still can offer improvement in pain and inflammation.