Just as the CBD skin-care market started to feel a little bit easier to navigate, the brands found another beauty category in which to infuse the phytocannabinoid: hair care. Confused once again, we spoke to a few experts and founders to find out what, if anything, CBD can do for your hair and scalp that your existing CBD-free hair products can't.
Over the past couple of years, everyone from beauty labels like Herbivore and Josie Maran to cannabis companies like Lord Jones and Prima have all begun touting the benefits of CBD in skin-care products, spiking face oils and serums with the now-ubiquitous ingredient. CBD skin care has become so prominent that earlier this year, Sephora issued its own official CBD standards.
So far, CBD has found its way into shampoo, conditioner and more targeted treatment products for both hair and scalp. This year brought the launch of Steam, a Los Angeles-based brand that comprises both CBD-only and CBD- and THC-infused hair, face and body-care products. Its hair products include shampoo, conditioner and a hair-and-scalp oil. This year also saw prominent beauty brand R+Co's first foray into CBD with the launch of a "calming" new shampoo and conditioner. And last fall, Canadian beauty brand Raincry launched a Repair line featuring CBD in shampoo, conditioner and a bond repair treatment. Briogeo also came out with a CBD-infused scalp oil (currently the only CBD hair product sold at Sephora).
Cibu is a professional hair care and styling brand developed by over 10,000 stylists. For more than a decade, Cibu has offered clients the right tools to become artists behind their own bathroom doors. Despite exponential growth, the brand remains passionate about every Stylist having a voice in the creation of Cibu haircare products. An affordable luxury for everyone, Cibu hair products are premium products at a mid-tier price. The brand’s high-performing, formulas are inspired by nature, free from sulfates and parabens and is cruelty free. Additionally, Cibu has solutions for every hair type and texture. Check out our Cibu favorites blog post.
The Pro Stylist team has learned that Cibu products are getting a makeover. The company has redesigned Cibu packaging which is probably why the Cibu website has been under construction for some time. In the meantime, Cibu products are available on Amazon. Purchasing Cibu products is like bringing your stylist home with you. Best of all, Cibu products are made in the USA. Finally, compliment your Cibu haircare purchase with a new styling tool or appliance.