Surface Sunscreen launches one of the first CBD Sunscreen Lines on the market!
Oceanside, CA – June 24th, 2019 – Surface Products Corp. a leading suncare brand in the action sports, fitness and outdoors markets, announced today that they have partnered with Dixie Botanicals® to sell a hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) line of sunscreen products.
This product launch and collaboration represents Surface Products dedication to offering the latest in healthy and innovative sunscreens to active, conscious consumers. According to a recent report by Market Insights, the global CBD Skin Care market will reach $384.9 million USD by 2024, an increase of nearly 40% from $146.3 million USD in 2019. The sun protection market is expected to reach $24.9 billion USD by 2024, according to Transparency Market Research. CBD is beneficial in sunscreen because it is absorbed directly through the hair follicles and the skin’s epidermis and pores. It interacts with nearby receptors on the skin’s sensory nerve fibers and subcutaneous tissue to stimulate the endocannabinoid system and promote balance.
“Dixie Botanicals is a brand that is closely aligned with our consumer base and our goal of providing the highest-quality products on the market,” said Surface Products Corp. Founder Guy Trotter. “We’ve been working with many professional athletes for several years now and we believe that adding CBD to our products will provide them with a great added value and potential wellness benefits. It’s nice to collaborate with a company who, like Surface, is very consumer-driven and understands what it means to do everything you can to put the customer’s needs first.”“As a company of firsts, we’re excited to help launch one of the first CBD sunscreen products on the market,” said Medical Marijuana, Inc. CEO Dr. Stuart Titus. “What makes this product unique though is that it is created in partnership with a well-established sunscreen brand that has a long history of creating great suncare products and is now breaking into the CBD industry to meet its consumer needs.”