Prominent NYC Stores now featuring CBD
So, Prominent NYC Stores now featuring CBD include Saks Fifth Avenue and Barneys. Apparently CBD is mainstream in all senses. With featured products focusing on health and beauty.
Forbes Magazine reports that Barney’s New York was the first prominent store to feature CBD products. The luxury retailer products offer high-end products ranging from body creams to makeup to facial oils. Of course, CBD oils are part of their offering.
And earlier this year, Forbes reported, the Saks Fifth Avenue chain of department stores announced a ‘store within a store’ concept featuring CBD products. So, the launch of The Salon Project by Joel Warren’s CBD Beauty Corner at its New York City flagship on Fifth Avenue appears to be Sak’s foray into this market.
Joel Warren’s The Salon Project
It seems that Joel Warren began using CBD to help with his insomnia. Pleased with the outcome, he decided to incorporate it into his fashion and beauty stores he calls ‘The Salon Project.’
Warren offers: “There are a lot of layers to fully understanding the benefits of CBD products as a new consumer in the space. It can be confusing and overwhelming for those curious to try and we want to be that safe, zen space you can come to where we will ensure the best-personalized beauty experience possible.”
CBD Beauty Industry | Just the beginning
Additionally, Warren adds: “The industry is still in its infancy. It’s like walking into a wine store and not being a wino. You naturally gravitate towards packaging that speaks to you and notes that strike your interest. So, by creating an experiential ‘shop in shop’ with beautiful branding, leading formulations, and tranquil treatments, we get to be your CBD connoisseurs, guiding you through a journey that will surprise you throughout the year with new brands, events, and innovation.”
Forbes also reports that leading financial analysts like Jefferies are now covering the CBD industry. There are astonishing estimates just for the CBD health & beauty segment to grow to $25 Billion by the end of the next decade.
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