If you have loads of cash lying around and want to spend it on some CBD, Muri Lelu is the brand to turn to. This cannabis skincare company specializes in two products: an indica and a sativa facial serum.
Muri Lelu is considered luxury at its finest, as both of these products cost well over $100 each, despite their small size. These oils do contain extra-special ingredients that are said to really help benefit the skin, which, I suppose, makes up for the high price point.
While Muri Lelu seems dedicated to their products, they are severely lacking in terms of specifications and transparency. I have zero idea what kind of extraction process they use, and even less of an idea of how much extract is even in the product— there is no indication on the bottle, box, or website.
Still, the serums sure felt wonderful on the skin, but the effects were on par to topicals I’ve tried from Plant People and Foria, only those were about half the price (and I knew a lot more about them).
While the products are beautifully packaged, smell wonderful, and definitely moisturize the skin, the incredibly high price point and serious lack of information just don’t add up.
Muri Lelu is a boutique cannabis skincare company that currently has two facial serums available. The serums smell overwhelmingly like cannabis flower, which can be good or bad depending on your preference. The texture on the skin is nice and refreshing, but it wasn’t anything I hadn’t experienced before. At $135 a bottle and only 1 oz., you would expect truly transformative results, but, instead, my skin was just supple.
If you have the money to spend, I would recommend purchasing Muri Lelu’s Full Skin Ritual. This pack comes with both the indica oil and sativa oil so you have your morning and evening routine whenever you need it. Buying them in this pack allows you to embrace both of the oil’s benefits, seeing the results of the consistent evening/morning skincare regimen. I would recommend this to anyone who needs an extra dose of hydration or soothing for their skin.
Muri Lelu Bloomrise Sativa Serum
Muri Lelu’s Bloomrise Sativa Serum is designed for beginning-of-the-day use, ideal for getting your skin prepped and ready for the day ahead. Upon opening, immediately, I was hit with a strong wave of cannabis flower. While I loved this, I can see it being an issue for others.
At only 1 oz. and $135, I decided to use just a tiny dollop. Unfortunately, I have no idea just how much cannabis is in here, nor how much I applied to my face (and, without third-party results, I had no way of checking). Quickly, I noticed that my skin felt softer and was brighter, but these extra luxurious ingredients didn’t do much else.
Meri Lelu’s Bloomrise Sativa Serum comes in one of the most beautiful, dainty packages I’ve seen in a while. Unfortunately, the serum itself is quite small and contains an unknown amount of cannabis. The smell is very strong of cannabis flower, but the texture is nice and light on the face. Meant for the morning, this serum did help wake me up, but it was not worth the insane price tag (or “luxury” label).
All-natural, luxury ingredients
Nice light texture
Very strong smell
Unknown cannabis amount
No third-party lab-test results
Muri Lelu Mauvaise Herbe Indica Oil
Crafted for the end of your day, Muri Lelu’s Mauvaise Herbe Indica Oil is ideal for helping your skin stay happy and healthy overnight. Once again, it is unclear how much cannabis extract is in this oil, but it definitely smells a lot like cannabis.
This oil contains terpene-rich essential oils to also add a dose of calm to your whole skin care experience. While I did like the way this oil felt and smelt, the results weren’t anything spectacular: I woke up and my skin was soft, but not anymore rejuvenated than before.
Muri Lelu’s Mauvaise Herbe Indica Oil is packed in a small 1 oz. bottle and smells quite strong of cannabis (despite us not knowing how much extract is used; still, no third-party lab-test results). On the skin, this oil felt wonderful and the terpenes did a great job of calming the mind during application. But, at $135, this oil didn’t perform to any high-standard; my still-red skin was just a little bit softer.