CBD Muscle and Joint Balms


The FDA doesn’t guarantee the safety, quality, or efficacy of any CBD product — at least for now. It can still take action against companies committing fraud or peddling false health claims, but it’s important for you to carefully read labels before buying.

Look for a product with a COA that’s up to date and comes from a reputable third-party lab. Check that what’s listed on the COA matches up with the company’s product description and that the lab has performed contaminant testing.

It is always advisable to read the package instructions before using any CBD balm. Generally, CBD balms should be applied directly to the skin and massaged into the area where you feel pain. If you have arthritis in your hands, for instance, apply the cream to your hands, concentrating on the aching joints.

If the product includes ingredients aimed at pain relief, such as menthol or arnica, you may experience cooling or warming sensations. Begin with a small amount to ensure these sensations are tolerable.

Conduct a patch test by applying a small amount to the inside of your wrist and waiting to see if any irritation occurs. Even products with natural ingredients can cause irritation to sensitive skin.


The nature of Soap Esteem is to make as many natural and organic products for your skin as possible.  The less ingredients the better.  Here are some facts CBD isolate, which we utilize, is inherently oil-based and does not naturally dissolve in water due to its purity and oily composition. Scientists overcome this by using nano-emulsions to break down the CBD into minuscule particles, facilitating its integration with liquids. Additionally, I combine the CBD isolate with botanicals and oils that are optimal for skin health. For those experiencing pain, seeking organic solutions often leads to the discovery of natural alternatives like this.


Our approach is focused on understanding your needs and providing practical solutions.