Mox Mind + Body Care Topical CBD Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

Disclosure: I received the below products as PR. This means they were provided to me free of charge in exchange for a review. This does not sway my opinion of the products and I will always provide an unbiased review. Find out more information here.

Welcome to a bonus post :). Let me start this post by saying I'm not a medical professional and I'm not giving medical advice, only sharing my own personal experiences. This post is not meant to be a substitute for speaking to a medical professional.

Now that we're done with disclosures and disclaimers, let's get to the post! Today I'm diving more into the lifestyle part of this lifestyle blog, which is ironic in and of itself. I am an advocate of CBD and when Mox reached out to me about reviewing a couple of their products, I was thrilled. Then, I hurt my shoulder and I was even more thrilled because I needed it more than I wanted it. I tried out Mox for one full month and I feel comfortable reviewing both their Muscle Roller and their Multivitamin Serum.


First off, the packaging is so pleasing. I love the colors, the font, and how you can easily tell what's in each product. 


They now offer more than these four products, check out their full listing here

Muscle Roller Review: This retails for $35 for 0.33fl oz. and has 500mg of CBD with Wintergreen and Eucalyptus as other key ingredients. I was at first using this for general aches and pains until I hurt my shoulder by picking up Murphy, my big boy. I was diagnosed with having a partial thickness rotator cuff tear. It's not surgical but it's definitely painful, and this helped. I used a couple of rolls in the morning and at night and in conjunction with physical therapy and anti-inflammatories, I definitely noticed a difference. I'd also use it post PT for when things were really painful and noticed it alleviated some pain. CBD isn't perfect but when you're in pain, you'll try anything.

Facial Serum Review: This retails for $40 for 1oz and has 150mg of CBD with other key ingredients being Chamomile and Licorice and Vitamins A, C, E, D, and K. I started with only using this at night although the directions say to just out of an abundance of caution, but unnecessary caution. I found that my face was more moisturized than when using other serums and my areas near my jawline that aren't as tight as they were five years ago didn't feel quite so loose. There was also a slight tightness, not like a dry tightness but definitely something there, that I didn't have beforehand or since using it up.


Overall, I really enjoyed trying out these two products. I would definitely use these products again and would love to try out the the Eye Bright and the Facial Cleanser most out of the other offerings. 

Have you tried CBD topically? Let me know what your experience was in the comments!

Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

A lifestyle blog focusing on makeup, subscription boxes, and nail polish.

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