Soothes tired, sore hands
Solid bar creates a protective barrier, allowing the skin to heal itself
CBD Extracted from hemp grown in Colorado
100mg CBD per Oz
Harle Hands combines CBD, extracted from Colorado-sourced hemp, with a fusion of natural products, creating a balm for those constantly using their hands. This easy to carry CBD-infused balm contains the following ingredients: refined beeswax, coconut oil, shea butter, carnauba wax, tea tree oil, vitamin E oil, peppermint oil, and cannabidiol.
While lotions and oil-based products can overly soften the skin, leading to skin tears; Harle Hands is a solid bar creating a rich thick protective barrier, allowing the skin to heal itself. This unique formula soothes dryness and relieves soreness, all while preventing torn hands.
Many athletes and people who work with their hands actively stress their fingers, forearms, elbows, shoulders, and knees, potentially leading to tendinitis and muscle strains. Harle Hands hemp-infused balm soothes these overused areas and can help in the reduction of pain and soreness.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the naturally occurring compounds in the hemp plant. It is the second most abundant compound in the plant and is not intoxicating. CBD has no psychoactive properties.
Harle Hands CBD, derived from Colorado sourced hemp, is legal in all 50 states. You will not fail a drug test as Harle Hands is free from THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound of a hemp plant. Harle Hands will not have any mind-altering effects on the user, as CBD does not contain any of the psychoactive properties of THC.
Harle Hands Hemp Infused Balm is a solid bar, not a lotion. The more solid nature of Harle Hands allows the balm to create a protective barrier on your skin, rather than soften and leave skin prone to tears.
Within the first 30 – 60 seconds of using Harle Hands your hands may feel a bit oily. Not only does this feeling disappear within the minutes after application, but also is alleviated by the friction created when rubbing your hands together.
No! Don’t be fooled by our name, while Harle Hands was designed to keep rough hands healthy, many people use it on other joints and worn skin (ie; knees, feet, and elbows) as well!
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