Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream Review
Product Name: Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream
Product Type: Hot Cream
Size: 8 oz.
Cost Per Ounce: $2.12
Where To Buy: Click Here
Notable Ingredients: Cannabis Sativa Hemp Oil (actual inclusion is questionable), Aloe Leaf Juice, Menthol Crystals
Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream has me wildly confused, disappointed, and all around let down.
With that being said, I gave it an appropriate 1 star rating.
The whole draw and claim to fame of this product is that it contains cannabis hemp oil.
That would be fantastic if it did because I’m all aboard the cannabis/hemp/CBD train because these products are providing people with some results and relief.
This is sadly NOT one of those beneficial products.
There is some major false advertising going on here and I’m not happy with this company.
Basically they state all over their website, description, images, etc. that this product contains hemp oil.
However, on the actual product that I received, there is absolutely NO listing or mention of any sort of hemp or cannabis by-product in the ingredients.
I know there are legality issues sometimes with marketing or promoting products with cannabis and they have to use the term hemp or CBD or other phrases.
But this product literally has the name “cannabis hemp” right on the actual title and jar.
So why in the world is it not listed in the ingredients label?!
Aside from the super sketchy false advertising, this product just sucks all around.
It provides zero pain relief or help improving your skin or cellulite.
The smell of it isn’t good at all.
It’s really cheap and the company is confusing and misleading in more ways than one.
All around this product did absolutely nothing for me and I was 1000% let down and confused.
Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream comes in a jar as a yellow colored cream that’s very gel-like and more watery than a typical cream or lotion.
It has a flubber consistency that wiggles in the jar.
It also feels so cold on the skin.
The directions say to apply liberally to desired areas and massage into skin.
It says it can be used after exercising or with a body wrap.
Make sure to wash your hands after using this product and avoid your face, eyes, mouth, etc.
When I was applying it, the cream was SO COLD on my skin! I was freezing and it wasn’t a fun experience, unless you like chilly goosebumps.
The cream is in a jar so you have to reach in and scoop out the product, which I don’t find the most sanitary.
After about 5-10 minutes, the “hot” cream gets the faintest bit of warm on your skin and lasts a measly 15 minutes.
The warming effect isn’t effective in the least and provides no pain relief and doesn’t soothe the skin at all.
It dries pretty quick in just a few minutes.
One plus is that the cream dries without much or any stickiness, depending on how much product you used.
Stickiness is super common with these hot creams and it drives me nuts!
So at least this one wasn’t as bad.
Smell (in the jar)
The cream has a menthol smell, which is strong if you take a big whiff right from the jar.
It has that classic menthol/peppermint smell but also has a touch of a botanical scent.
I really don’t like the smell at all.
Smell (a few hours after application)
The smell starts to fade away after you apply it.
It’s not super overpowering but I still don’t care for the menthol smell at all.
Short Term Results
I didn’t experience any short term results except for maybe the faintest touch of softer skin where applied.
Basically the softness was hardly even noticeable.
Long Term Results
As far as long term results, I’d say my skin is a smidge softer but nothing to write home about.
This product does absolutely nothing it claims to do.
It didn’t do anything to improve the look of my cellulite or skin texture.
And it definitely didn’t provide any sort of pain relief, relax sore or tight muscles, or help with inflammation.
I have arthritis in my back and have used other CBD topical creams in the past that have absolutely helped alleviate some of the pain.
However, this did absolutely nothing and it’s said to be a “hot cream” but the warming sensation was so mild and short lived that I hardly even noticed it.
This product is not helpful whatsoever.
Ugh. Okay this is where things get REAL WEIRD and confusing.
This whole product is centered around it having “Cannabis hemp” in it.
It’s on the product label, title, description, and everywhere online.
On the online images of the product, you can see that the first ingredient on the label is “Hemp Seed Oil”.
In the online product description, there’s an INGREDIENTS tab that lists “Cannabis Sativa Hemp Oil**” as the first ingredient. There are 2 asterisks after it but no footnote or corresponding asterisks with more information, which is fishy.
All this would technically be fine and dandy but on the actual product there is ZERO mention of cannabis, hemp, cannabidiol (CBD) oil, etc. in the physical ingredients label.
And a ton of other people brought this up online when I started looking around more. It’s NOT okay to falsely advertise ingredients and then not prove that they’re actually in there.
I really have a feeling that there’s no cannabis, hemp, sativa, cbd, etc. in this product whatsoever and they give us zero proof to back up their claims.
Again, this is not ok.
If there was actually hemp oil in there, it would definitely have benefits to it.
Hemp oil is rich in Vitamin E that naturally provides moisturizing qualities to hydrate the skin and regulate oil production without clogging pores.
Hemp oil contains omega fatty acids that are powerful anti-inflammatory agents that soothe the skin and encourage new cell regeneration and skin growth. These omegas may also help calm inflammation and irritation on the skin due to acne and some skin conditions like psoriasis.
This particular oil also has anti-aging properties that may help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing.
Hemp seed oil has an anti-inflammatory effect on the body and is used for muscle tension, muscle recovery after exercise, and natural pain relief.
This hot cream doesn’t actually list the hemp oil anywhere on the product, but it does include Organic Aloe Leaf Juice and Menthol Crystals.
Menthol helps improve and increase blood circulation and may temporarily plump the skin and improve elasticity and firmness.
Aloe Vera is used to naturally soothe, rejuvenate, and moisturize the skin. It works to reduce inflammation and pain, as well. This plant also improves the texture of skin and fine lines and promotes the production of collagen and elastin.
An 8-ounce jar of Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream is $16.99 on Zatural.com.
They offer free standard shipping, which is nice.
It works out to $2.12 an ounce.
That’s very cheap and you absolutely get what you pay for.
The whole thing is cheap and ineffective.
If by some off chance you end up wanting to try this product out, they do offer Subscribe & Save 10% ($15.29) and a 20% off coupon on your first order if you plug in your email address.
Zatural offers a money back guarantee for their products.
However, like with everything about this company, it’s kind of confusing.
On their FAQ page, it says twice that they have a 30-day return policy.
But on the Return Policy page, it says you have 60 days to return a product.
If you need to return a product(s), it says to email or call with your ORDER # and DATE of order (email@example.com or (208) 969-1282).
It says “if applicable” a bunch of times on the refund page but doesn’t explain what makes a return applicable.
You also have to pay for return shipping costs.
Where To Buy
To buy Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream, click here.
Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream: Summary
|Factor||Zatural Cannabis Hemp Hot Cream|
|Texture/Feel||Yellow colored gel/cream combination, flubber consistency|
|Application||Hot Cream is COLD! 5-10 mins after application there’s the faintest warming sensation that only lasts 15 mins.|
|Drying Time||Dries in just a few minutes and almost no stickiness afterwards!|
|Smell (In Jar)||Menthol smell with a hint of botanical scents. I don’t like it.|
|Smell (After)||Smell starts to fade after application and isn’t overpowering.|
|Short Term Results||None. Hot Cream didn’t provide any pain relief or improvement in my cellulite or skin texture.|
|Long Term Results||Skin was maybe the tiniest bit softer but basically zero long term results. No help in any department! :(|
|Notable Ingredients||Cannabis Sativa Hemp Oil (actual inclusion in question), Aloe Leaf Juice, Menthol Crystals|
|Price||Costs $16.99 per jar, $2.12 per oz|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|