When the red carpet is long and the heels are high, celebrity stylists are increasingly opting for CBD to ease their clients’ aching feet.
Stars like Michelle Williams and Mandy Moore have both slathered their toes with the cannabidiol-infused (and non-psychoactive) Lord Jones Body Lotion ($60) to ward off stiletto-induced pain.
Earlier this month — and just in time for awards season — the brand teamed up with celeb-approved shoe designer Tamara Mellon to launch a dedicated Stiletto Cream ($70) expressly for this purpose, and judging by the social media response, it’s already a hit.
Stylists Kate Young (who dressed Williams along with Sophie Turner for the 2019 Emmys) and Nicole Chavez (who outfitted Kristen Bell) both gave the stuff shoutouts on their Instagram Stories Sunday night.
But Amy Sedaris might be the biggest fan of the newly released product, tagging Lord Jones in a series of shots she shared of herself on the red carpet, along with the hashtags “#stilettocream #iamsolucky.”
The Stiletto Cream contains double the concentration of CBD — 200 mg in a 50 ml tube, as opposed to the 100 mg in the same-sized Body Lotion.
“CBD applied topically is an excellent way to decrease focal pain,” board-certified podiatric surgeon Dr. Suzanne Levine told Page Six Style earlier this year. “When applied topically, very little CBD is absorbed into the bloodstream, and it can provide significant reduction in local pain and inflammation.”