Happy Dance CBD Review

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As of the day I’m writing this article, it’s been nearly a year since I’ve filled my Xanax prescription, and the Happy Dance CBD bath bombs by Kristen Bell is part of the reason for that. While I had very legit reasons for being on Xanax for several years, unbeknownst to me at the time you aren’t supposed to take them as a maintenance medication (my psychiatrist at the time had been prescribing them as such).

When I say I’ve had chronic anxiety my entire life, it is by no exaggeration. I didn’t get help for it until college, and it took several years to find what I thought was the “right” pharmaceutical profile I needed. And while Happy Dance hasn’t necessarily been a silver bullet, I’m surprised at the results I continue to see. 

What Is Happy Dance CBD?

The Happy Dance skin care line includes bath bombs, (original or peppermint blossom), body butter, coconut melt, hand cream, and eye cream. For the most part I stick with the bath bombs, although I use the body butter for when I get dry skin and have used the coconut melt for chaffing. 

If the physical benefits of the products aren’t reason enough to love them, all Happy Dance products are vegan, cruelty-free and organic. At $15 a box for four bath bombs, it works out to $7.50 a soak if you’re using two. 

At that price point, you may think you’ll just stay with your Dr. Teal’s thank-you-very-much. But after further examination I was hard pressed to find anything comparable at that price point. After a lot of digging I learned that most 100 mg bath bombs started at least in the $10 price point. I even considered making my own bath bombs, but finally concluded that it was worth the investment to not have to turn my kitchen into a chemistry lab when Happy Dance already has it figured out. (You could even buy them at Direct CBD online and save 15% when using autoship.)

How Do You Use Happy Dance?

My favorite Happy Dance product is the original bath bombs. Lightly scented with ginger and grapefruit, the bombs also are infused with coconut oil, cocoa butter and CBD (60 mg). To achieve the full effect, I use two bombs and soak for at least 15 minutes.

The coconut melt is the Swiss army knife of the collection, and I’ve used it as a hair mask, a salve for my C-section scar, and a chaser for my hair lightening spray. Gotta say it worked for all of the above, and if I’m ever out of bath bombs I can dump it straight into the bath. 

My face cream stays in my car in case I have dry skin on the go, but I’ve recently learned that they’ve launched a hand cream that would work just as well. To round out my collection I keep the body butter in my room for some refreshing skin nourishment before getting under the sheets. 

Does Happy Dance Make You High?

When I get out, my skin is left feeling fully moisturized. I don’t get high, but I get this “ahhh” feeling that I used to distinctly notice right around the 15-minute mark. Nowadays I may go 30 minutes or an hour post-bath before noticing the subtle difference but it’s there. It’s less about any additional effect, but noticing the absence of that heavy anxiety feeling after I’ve had a good soak.

Compared to ingesting CBD via capsule or gummy, I have found that soaking in a tub is more effective in achieving this “ahhhhhh” effect. CBD experts would tell you that’s because the skin is the largest organ in the body, thus soaking with a bath bomb has the powerful effect of fully engaging the endocannabinoid system in a way that these other methods don’t. 

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