As the legality of marijuana experiences a major shift, the prevalence of CBD- and THC-infused products is becoming more mainstream for the beauty and therapeutics industries.

For years, stylists have stocked their red-carpet prop kits with things like gel insoles to help ease the pain of 8-inch stilettos.

But when Karla Welch, the stylist for stars like Justin Bieber and Olivia Wilde, was getting clientele ready for the Golden Globes in Jan., she whipped out something a little more new age and a lot more effective: cream infused with CBD, a nonpsychoactive cannabinoid.

“It is the absolute CURE for aching feet on the red carpet,” she wrote on Instagram of the product by Lord Jones. “Don’t worry, your feet won’t get high.”

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