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Treatibles Offers CBD Topical Cream

It has dermal penetrating ingredients for maximum absorption.




(PRESS RELEASE) Treatibles has introduced a Topical Cream for dogs and cats with dermal penetrating ingredients for maximum absorption.

The proprietary blend of ingredients includes organic full-spectrum hemp oil featuring naturally occurring CBD along with supporting cannabinoids and terpenes, shea butter, aloe, organic coconut oil, olive oil, beeswax, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), dimethyl isosorbide (DMI), sodium borate and vitamin E.

“We strive to provide the most beneficial ingredient profile in all of our products,” said Julianna Carella, CEO and founder of Treatibles. “As we developed the Topical Cream, absorption was a key element. DMI is a natural dermal penetrant that enables cannabidiol (CBD) and other key cannabinoids to be more easily absorbed into the skin. We also chose to include MSM, which not only supports joints, it can also increase the production of collagen and reduce redness from skin irritations.”

As a topical, full-spectrum hemp oil promotes a normal inflammatory response, helps reduce discomfort and supports a strong immune system. It is ideal for managing hot spots, cuts, burns, scrapes and blemishes. When absorbed, the endocannabinoid system can utilize the oil to help regulate the neurological, immunological and physiological functions of the body to help create calm, ease and balance and provide support for relaxing, repairing or restoring.

Each 4-ounce jar of Treatibles Topical Cream contains 240 mg of organic full-spectrum hemp oil. MSRP is $60.

Treatibles Topical Cream is easy to apply. Simply place a small amount on the affected area, on the tip of a pet’s ear or on a hairless area of the pet’s body and rub gently. This product is intended for external use only.


For more information on the Treatibles line of full-spectrum hemp oil products, initiatives and more, please visit



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