ANNOUNCEMENT: Dominican launches sun gel made with Aloe and CBD

The benefits and healthy rise of CBD (cannabidiol) are undeniable. That is why Dr. Jimmy’s, a company founded in colorful Colorado, is introducing its “Aloe + CBD After Sun” gel just in time for the scorching summer months ahead.

Dr. Jimmy’s Aloe + CBD After Sun potion is simple biochemistry: it’s unique formulation of aloe vera and hemp CBD aims to help soothe the skin of hapless summer victims suffering from sunburns, and various forms of outdoor exposure.

The key benefits of Dr. Jimmy’s Aloe + CBD After Sun Gel:

  • Aloe has regenerative properties that help heal fried and damaged skin
  • CBD is shown to have anti-inflammatory properties which could reduce overall damage and speed recovery
  • Together, they help reduce pain and discomfort caused by harmful UV rays and chafing
  • Aloe & CBD are all-natural and grow in the sun, so we’ve learned to trust their experience in solar radiation.

Unlike most “After Sun” products, Dr. Jimmy’s Aloe + CBD After Sun gel is a simple formula with NO “kooky” chemicals, added fragrances, or non-sense that would harm the health of coral reefs and other marine life. It also costs the same as the “non-hempified” aloe products, which leads us to their simple mantra: “don’t worry, be hempy.

“Enjoying and preserving our environment is a top priority for us and our company. Our goal (with Dr. Jimmy’s) is to help people relax and enjoy the outdoors, and we feel you can enjoy it more knowing that you’re not harming the coral and other marine life,” states Elvis ‘Papi’ Edwards, Co-Founder of Dr. Jimmy’s and a Caribbean native. Before building and launching Dr. Jimmy’s, Edwards has successfully pioneered multiple ventures in the hemp and CBD industry including: CBD Care Garden (2015) and CBDxR (2019).

The Dr. Jimmy’s team is stoked to share their love for hemp and the outdoors, and is dedicated to the development of purpose-built, quality products and responsible outdoor use. This includes the addition of a “Pre Sun” formula currently under development and set to launch by next summer. So for now,  the team is working hard to make sure you can find Dr. Jimmy’s everywhere the sun goes: from the thin-air crags above Denver, Colorado – to the sunny, salty shores of Waikiki, Hawaii. Products will also be available online through select retailers and at doctorjimmys.com.

 

Dr.Jimmy’s Contacts:
Elvis Edwards
elvispapi2000@gmail.com

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8 Comments

  1. Anson D. Pantz
    August 2, 2021

    You may still get sunburn, but the aloe will soothe it, and the CBD will ensure that you won’t care.

  2. Tt
    August 1, 2021

    Lol illegal to appease who? So damn backwards. Weed should’ve been legal in the nature isle from the moment they killed banana.

  3. Man bite dogs
    July 31, 2021

    @Dr Jimmy, I am not picking holes at the launching of your sun gel Aloe Vera +CBD whatever that is, my question to you is 3 and a half years ago my wife and I were invited to a Dutch island Aruba, while on tour we were taken to a factory where lots of Aloe Vera, products similar to as mentioned in your Announcement : is it a part of your company as well? Just asking!

    • If we knew better
      August 4, 2021

      Why dont you ask all aloe plantation owners? The man is in Denver, Colorado. what an aloe vera farm in ARUBA u visited have to do with this product? There alone they growing Aloe?

  4. B
    July 31, 2021

    Interesting how a few can get through the viper system. Happens that I have created Design and Utility specifications for new inventions, done by an IP draftsman, only to be refused registration by our local Registry for over five months now and counting. With laws in place to advance registration, with legal tender, refused for political influential benefits. Give Thanks Dominica. Bless.

  5. Waiting For Airport
    July 31, 2021

    Our authorities continue to slap our locals/farmers in the face. Weed remains illegal for us, but foreigners are allowed to sell CBD based products back to us. Cant make this sh*t up, smh!

    • En Ba LA
      July 31, 2021

      Waiting For Airport
      See what it is manufacturing the avenues are now becoming available for young entrepreneurs but this has to be done well. Look around and see what happened can we afford to have a small population be involved in a rash manner. The legalisation of weed yes but it has an underbelly that based on our small population we cannot afford.
      It has led to the call for legalization of hard drugs – which has taken root in the USA. out population what it is again – theirs – do you know? 300 million they claim.

      This is why we need leadership and the kind that will protect our people from harm.
      We have to protect our people.
      And we want to be able to have real Made in Dominica by Dominicans products on shelves.

      We want to have our own BRANDS and developed by us.

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