CBD Korean Body Scrub That Kim Kardashian West Loves | Beauty Explorers

CBD Korean Body Scrub That Kim Kardashian West Loves | Beauty Explorers

Caroline Aghajanian: Hello! Hi, we’re gonna get a Korean scrub today. It is gonna be with CBD. I’ve never tried any CBD products before, but I’m excited to see
what all the hype is about. Let’s go. While I was there, I
found out that the spa is very popular with the celebs. Previous visitors include Jessica Alba and Hailey Bieber. Also, Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian all tried the same
scrub on an episode with “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Anna Margaryan: Over here
it’s all about letting go. Now people are understanding what lymphatic drainage is all about. And it gets movement. It’s movement, and it’s
getting rid of toxins. It’s not about losing weight. It is not about looking
skinny for a minute or two. This is a way to get the movement going. Get the lymphatic drainage, get the lymphatic to work the way it’s supposed to work. Caroline: So, the whole
thing lasts 75 minutes and costs $175 without CBD. But it’s $215 if you include CBD salve, which, of course, is the one I picked. I always get really nervous the first, like, 10 minutes, because you lie down, the camera’s there, a woman’s scrubbing all the dead skin. But then I get really relaxed. And now I’m at that nervous moment. Yes. OK. Spa therapist: OK. Face up. Caroline: Face up? OK. Ooh, this is a nice, cushy bed. OK. On Pellequr’s website,
it says the Vichy shower helps reduce toxins, improves the natural elimination system (great), and alleviates stress. I hope so. Then it’s scrubbing time. The spa therapist uses
a Korean Italy towel to exfoliate the dead skin. [gasps] I see my skin already. This is not the pressure
I use when I scrub. Oh, my God, I’m getting the belly button. Wow. I got a lot of dead skin. I don’t even want to look at myself. But also I do. As you can see, this scalp massage was probably the best part of
the whole treatment for me. I know we’re not done with the treatment, but I think this is 100% worth it. Oh, my God. The final step is the
massage with CBD salve. Here I come. Slide. [laughs] Bye. Yes. Anna: We use CBD as an anti-inflammatory. If there is enough milligrams
in the topical CBD, it will get rid of inflammation or any skin issues that you may have. And it’s also really a great way to loosen up the muscles. Caroline: It smells good. So oily. [laughs] So scrubbed. So stretched. I feel relaxed and
energized at the same time. Does not ache. My hair feels good. Like, I feel so clean. I smell good, I smell like coconut oil, and I love coconut oil. And it’s 4,000 milligrams of CBD. I think that’s a lot. Mm. So classy. I would typically wait a day or a week before giving my final thoughts, but I feel so relaxed I know the answer already. I am in love with this treatment. This thing is over an hour long, 75 minutes, I think. And, overall, with the CBD massage, with the traditional Korean scrub, with the hair wash, I think it’s worth it. I think it’s worth the…I think $215? The over-$200 price. I do feel very relaxed, like, my muscles, especially around my back,
that’s always so tense, really just feel so released. And maybe that’s the combination of the
CBD and the massage. I think it’s, like, a
lymphatic drainage massage. So I feel good. If it’s the CBD, let it be the CBD. It feels great. Well, yeah, let’s go take on the day. Maybe shop at Beverly Hills, maybe go down Rodeo Drive with my no money. [laughs] Cool. Cut.

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  1. I literally buy those scrubs at the 99 cent store, Daiso store, and Korean market. I been doing this since I was kid. So hilarious that people pay so much to get that done. The CBD you can order it online or go to any dispensary. I understand it's a spa treatment but seriously. U can do it for a lot less cheaper. And if you live in LA just go to Korean Spa they have it there for a little bit more cheaper too.

  2. اختي هاذا اسمه تكسيييله احنينتي ولكن غشتك في الحكه وقولبتكي في السعر 250 دولار ? نغسل للمدينه كلهااا ???

  3. If the lymphatic system wasn’t working the way it was supposed to work, you’d end up with lymphedema or lymphatic cancer (lymphoma). I love beauty videos, but humans have to stop acting as if we know more about circulation and toxins than our heart, lungs, liver, and lymph nodes. We should start being honest and recognize that these expensive treatments are expensive versions of showering, using lotion, and massaging our bodies. ?

  4. We do this in Morocco since centuries , first massage the skin with Moroccan black soap then scrub with the Moroccan clove .
    Do it your self at home much much cheaper.

  5. I think the removing dead skin thing is something that could be beneficial, however, I have a feeling this probably doesn't cost $175 in S. Korea.

  6. This is a very old tradition of turkish people called „kese“. Go to a „turkish hamam“ and you get the same or similar treatment for a lot cheaper trust me ?

  7. Live in South Korea for 5 years I’ve done this 2x per week without cbd but including sauna and sipping teas while on sauna.

  8. This is prob BS. Plus, it's similar to the Turkish bath called "Humam", which would cost approximately 30-40 dollars…

  9. Nah yall don't get it… if yall ever go to a korean spa in South Korea one day you'll know- that it ain't about rhe scrub gloves from amazon or expenssive oils. It's all about the Ahjuma and Ahjussi scrubing you with no mercy!!!

  10. In the Philippines, to remove the dead skin cells we do the "hilod" which means "rubbing" your skin. Simple as that. Spend no money

  11. people in arab countries used it for centriries ago in hamam, we still use it and it's regard very normal. now the westerns are amazed with this "NEW" discovery

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