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Soothe: The Basics

SomaLeaf Soothe is an easy-to-use natural remedy for achy muscles and joints, irritated and inflamed skin, or both. This topical roll-on formula provides you with the soothing power of broad-spectrum hemp oil, along with 24 other calming compounds, including 18 different types of essential oils.

In a convenient roll-on topical form, SomaLeaf Soothe brings you instant relief in targeted areas which may be struggling with aches, discomfort, or inflammation.

What are these calming compounds?

Every ingredient in our SomaLeaf Soothe roll-on formula was carefully selected in an effort to provide POWERFUL pain management, without sacrificing the health of your skin. In fact, your skin will only benefit from SomaLeaf Soothe!

You can see a full breakdown of these compounds and the research behind how they can help soothe your muscles, joints, and skin under the Key Features and Benefits tab.

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Key facts:

✅ SomaLeaf Soothe’s powerful compounds can provide fast-acting results to applied areas.

✅ Muscles, joints, and skin prone to discomfort for various reasons can benefit from the topical application of these compounds.

✅ Hemp oil is just one of the many active compounds within our Soothe formula, which helps your muscles and nerves relax.

✅ These compounds improve circulation within applied areas, reducing joint stiffness and discomfort.

✅ As a result, SomaLeaf Soothe is an excellent choice for those who find that their joints often prevent them from being active and mobile.

✅ These compounds have been shown to penetrate the skin layers and absorb into applied areas, meaning they can efficiently provide relief to the muscle tissues beneath.

✅ Because of this, SomaLeaf Soothe makes for a great workout companion – aiding your muscles in both performance and recovery.

✅ Nearly all of the compounds within SomaLeaf Soothe have proven to benefit skin health.

✅ This makes Soothe perfect for those looking to either bolster their skin health and maintain a healthy, youthful glow, or find relief from certain skin conditions.

✅ Our easy-to-use roll-on SomaLeaf Soothe stick means you can apply these powerful compounds anywhere, anytime.

How it Works

Fast acting results when you need it most…

Whether it’s due to a workout, an injury, changes in the weather, or even aging, when your joints or muscles ache…

You want instant relief.

And all too often, by the time oral forms get ingested, absorbed, and sent to the affected location within the body…

It can sometimes be hours later.

This is time you spend in discomfort instead of enjoying your day. That’s why many people turn to topical treatments that can soak into the skin at targeted areas for relief at a much faster rate.

But there’s a problem…

These other topical formulas tend to include ingredients that harm the skin, meaning you may experience relief on the inside, but outside you’re now seeing redness and irritation.

SomaLeaf Soothe to the rescue.

Our formula only includes compounds that help both your muscles and joints, PLUS the health of your skin.

In fact, SomaLeaf soothe is so good for your skin, people may ask if you’re using a new moisturizer or skin cream!

So, how does it help?

When hemp oil and the other compounds included in our formula are applied topically to the skin, they are absorbed through the epidermis or hair follicles while interacting with receptors to provide localized effects.[1]

And our formula includes 25 different compounds all carefully considered and researched to provide you with relief within your joints and muscles, all while promoting skin health!

The result?

You now have a convenient way to get immediate relief no matter where you are, without harming your skin!

Whether you’re at the gym, out on a walk, or working around the house – simply apply SomaLeaf Soothe to any problem areas and within minutes these compounds will soak into your skin and bring you soothing relief.

Key Features and Benefits

Combining extracts from a wide assortment of nature’s most calming compounds, SomaLeaf Soothe provides a potent source of relief for any aches or soreness you may have, all while bolstering and protecting the health of your skin.

Below are the two main benefits you can expect from SomaLeaf Soothe, followed by the 25 calming compounds which naturally provide these effects, plus some key features that make our formula stand out.


1️⃣ Relief from aches and discomfort – The 25 compounds listed below – all found in SomaLeaf Soothe – are the most well-researched oils when it comes to topical pain relief. These compounds have been shown to penetrate the skin layers and reduce inflammation, eliminate free radicals, and provide you with a soothing calm in the applied area!

2️⃣ Supported skin health – Too many topical formulas for pain relief fail to take the skin into consideration, including ingredients which can cause irritation, redness, itchiness, and more. But as you’ll see below, SomaLeaf Soothe only contains compounds which actually benefit the health of your skin. You’ll experience stronger, better protected skin, all while reducing any irritations you may already have.

25 Calming Compounds

Hemp Oil
Research shows that the main compounds within hemp oil – cannabinoids – can help treat many types of pain. Hemp oil can also release muscle tension, relaxing them, all while reducing acne and strengthening the skin.[2, 3, 4, 5]

Meadowfoam Seed Oil
This oil locks in moisture when applied to your skin, allowing for improved hydration, keeping your skin soft and supple. Unlike other topical oils, it does so without leaving a greasy feeling or appearance. It’s also been shown to help reduce stretch marks, protect from UV damage, and improve hair hydration.[6, 7, 8]

Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
Also called aloe vera, aloe barbadensis leaf juice contains anti-inflammatory compounds – which reduce swelling – called anthraquinones. These compounds promote healing and alleviate pain when applied to your skin. Aloe vera is loaded with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants. It’s known for its antibacterial, antiviral, and antiseptic properties. It’s also been shown to accelerate wound healing, improve skin health, and prevent wrinkles.[9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14]

Capsicum Oleoresin
Capsicum oleoresin is a substance derived from plants such as chili peppers. Compounds within capsicum oleoresin allow it to be effective at relieving aches within muscles and joints, so much so that it’s commonly used in over the counter (OTC) preparations for treatment. Research shows that topical use of this substance is most ideal for alleviating discomfort.[15, 16]

White Camphor Oil
Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, white camphor oil is often used in formulations created to provide relief to irritation, itching, and pain. Research shows that this oil can reduce aches with “dual hot and cold action”, which cools nerve endings, then warms the painful areas as it increases circulation to stiff joints and muscles.[17, 18, 19]

Menthol Crystals
Menthol crystals refer to natural cooling agents derived from mint oil. Topical use has been shown to alleviate pain, soothe skin, and increase blood flow to affected areas.[20, 21, 22, 23]

Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint oil has been shown to be quite effective in reducing pain and is often promoted as a natural aid for aching joints and muscles. Additionally, it’s been found to alleviate itching, promote blood flow within the skin, and even increase healthy hair growth. It also combats several different types of dangerous bacteria.[24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30]

Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary oil has been used traditionally for pain relief, and for good reason. Research has shown that this oil is quite an effective form of natural relief. It can also reduce swelling and stiffness. This is all likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Additionally, it increases blood flow to applied areas, and has been shown to boost hair growth.[31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41]

Black Pepper Essential Oil
Because of its warming, anti-inflammatory, and antispasmodic properties, black pepper oil works to reduce aches and discomfort within the muscles. Research has shown black pepper oil can provide significant relief to applied areas.[42]

Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
While most are familiar with chamomile as a sleepy tea, it makes for a calming oil as well. Its anti-inflammatory agents can penetrate the skin and have been shown to reduce pain in the lower back, knees, wrists, fingers, and other problematic areas. Additionally, it promotes healthy skin and can help alleviate irritation.[43, 44]

Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Research into eucalyptus oil has found it to be an effective source of pain management. It also contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and has even been found to suppress allergic reactions.[45, 46]

Lemongrass Essential Oil
Lemongrass oil has a natural ability to reduce inflammation and tension within the body. As such, it can help to calm muscles, relieve headaches, and reduce menstrual pain. If that wasn’t enough, it also supports skin health, kills unwanted bacteria, and contains powerful antioxidant activity.[47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54]

Spearmint Essential Oil
High in antioxidants, spearmint oil has been shown to relieve aches within the joints. What’s more, it staves off several types of harmful bacteria and can reduce stress levels.[55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60]

Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil
Grapefruit essential oil contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds which can help reduce aches. It also has antimicrobial and antibacterial effects, and is commonly used to help treat acne.[61, 62, 63, 64]

Sweet Basil Essential Oil
This is a natural analgesic which has been shown to offer pain relief to sore joints, injuries, or skin issues. Additionally, it can also provide relief from itchy skin.[65, 66]

German Chamomile Essential Oil
Another common type of chamomile, German chamomile oil has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-allergic, and antimicrobial activity. It’s been shown to calm the central nervous system and alleviate aches and discomfort.[67]

Cinnamon Essential Oil
With powerful antioxidant, antifungal, and antibacterial properties, cinnamon oil promotes healthy skin and reduces inflammation. When added to your scalp, it can also promote hair growth. [68, 69]

Citronella Essential Oil
Thanks to certain antioxidants within citronella, this oil can fight free radical damage and help reverse oxidative stress. As such, it’s commonly used as a natural pain relieving treatment. On top of that, it can combat common types of fungus that can cause irritation, helping to keep your skin clear and healthy. [70, 71, 72]

Oregano Essential Oil
Oregano oil can help reduce oxidative damage, allowing it to manage certain inflammatory conditions. It’s also powerful against eliminating certain strains of harmful bacteria and fungi. [73, 74, 75, 76, 77]

Helichrysum Essential Oil
A natural soother, helichrysum oil fights dangerous bacteria and fungi that can cause skin irritation. It’s also an anti-inflammatory and is commonly used as a natural acne treatment. [78, 79, 80]

Juniper Berry Essential Oil
A powerful antioxidant, juniper berry oil is a natural calmer that has become one of the most popular natural remedies for fighting skin irritations and infections. [81, 82, 83]

Cajeput Essential Oil
Traditionally used as a home remedy for muscle aches, cajeput oil has antibacterial properties, also making it beneficial for preventing infections within cuts and scrapes. [84]

Pine Scotch Essential Oil
Pine scotch essential oil is reputed to soothe itchiness, inflammation, and dryness, control excessive perspiration, prevent fungal infections, protect minor abrasions from developing infections, slow the appearance of signs of aging, and enhance circulation. Plus, it smells amazing!

Ginger Root Extract
A powerful anti-inflammatory, ginger has been shown to manage pain through several mechanisms within the body. When applied topically, ginger – with its many antioxidants – has been shown to support skin health and reduce the signs of aging. [85, 86, 87]

Witch Hazel Water
Studies have shown that topical witch hazel can effectively reduce inflammation and help soothe the skin. This is believed to be due to its high antioxidant content. It’s also been shown to lower skin irritation and redness, fight acne, reduce scalp irritation, and protect against skin damage. [88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99]

Key Features

Easy-to-use – Our roll-on stick means you don’t have to guess a quantity, get your hands messy, or experience the other inconveniences that come with a lotion. Simply roll SomaLeaf Soothe onto any problem area no matter where you are. It’s as easy to use as a lip balm!

Natural ingredients – Every ingredient in our Soothe formula is natural or naturally-derived and serves a purpose. There are no fillers or preservatives.

Eco-friendly – Our Soothe formula is vegan, non-GMO, free of pesticides, and only contains hemp carefully grown for medicinal purposes.

Free of most common allergens – Our natural formula is free of common allergens such as gluten, dairy, wheat, soy, or yeast.

Crafted in the USA – Using only the finest domestic and imported ingredients, our Soothe formula is made in Colorado within an organic and GMP certified facility.

Tested for quality assurance – Each batch of our Soothe is tested by a third-party licensed and accredited lab using the most advanced methods of detection.

Certified organic lab – We strive to only use the highest quality ingredients, meaning locally sourced and organic when possible. As such, our Colorado lab is certified to USDA organic regulations for proper handling and management of our many organic ingredients.

And as always, you are completely covered under our 180-day satisfaction guarantee.

We want you to be 100% satisfied, so if you are not happy with your SomaLeaf Soothe, simply get in touch with our customer care team and they will ensure you receive your money back!

Ingredients & Usage

INGREDIENTS: Water, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*, Glycerin, Menthol Crystals, Capsicum Oleoresin, White Camphor Oil, Sweet Basil Essential Oil, Black Pepper Essential Oil, Roman Chamomile Essential Oil, German Chamomile Essential Oil, Cinnamon Essential Oil, Citronella Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Helichrysum Essential Oil*, Ginger Root Extract, Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil, Juniper Berry Essential Oil*, Lemongrass Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Pine Scotch Essential Oil, Cajeput Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil*, Spearmint Essential Oil, Oregano Essential Oil*, Witch Hazel Water*, Alcohol*, Phenoxyethanol, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Hemp Oil.

DIRECTIONS: Apply liberally to tight or overworked muscles all over the body. Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes. Wash hands after application.

CAUTION: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Not for internal consumption. Pregnant or lactating people should consult a doctor prior to use. Discontinue if irritation occurs. Avoid eyes and mucus membranes. Wash your hands after application.


† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


How do I take SomaLeaf Soothe?

Our SomaLeaf Soothe comes in a convenient roll-on stick. Simply remove the cap and apply a generous amount to anywhere on your body that needs relief. Avoid contact with eyes and mucus membranes. Wash your hands after application.

Is SomaLeaf Soothe for topical use only?

Yes, SomaLeaf Soothe is only to be applied topically onto the skin. It is not for internal use.

What are the main benefits of SomaLeaf Soothe?

The many compounds within SomaLeaf Soothe have been shown to bolster skin health; help prevent, eliminate, and reverse certain skin conditions; alleviate discomfort and soreness within muscles beneath applied areas; and provide relief to joint pain.

Who can benefit from SomaLeaf Soothe?

A lot of people can benefit from SomaLeaf Soothe!

If you struggle with any skin issues, applying Soothe can help reduce symptoms. Similarly, if you experience any aching or discomfort within your muscles or joints, applying Soothe to these problem areas can help you manage the pain so you can get on with your day!

If you don’t struggle with any of the above, but you want to increase the health of your skin, muscles, or joints, applying Soothe can help maintain their appearance and function. You can also use Soothe before exercising to provide increased blood flow to applied areas, improving joint and muscle function.

How often should I use SomaLeaf Soothe?

If you experience discomfort in a problem area regularly, SomaLeaf Soothe can be applied for relief as frequently as needed. How often you use SomaLeaf Soothe and how much you use all depends on you and your needs!

Where is SomaLeaf Soothe made?

Right here in the USA! SomaLeaf Soothe is crafted inside a GMP and organic certified lab in the state of Colorado using domestic and imported ingredients that you can trust. Every batch of our product is third-party tested and is non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, and free of pesticides.

What is your return policy?

Here at SomaLeaf, we strive to keep you totally satisfied. This is why we offer a 180-day money-back guarantee. If at any point within that time you decide our product isn’t for you, we’ve got you covered. Simply return your order (whether it’s been opened or not) and you’ll receive a refund, no questions asked.




* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The website‘s content and the product for sale is based upon the author‘s opinion and is provided solely on an “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE” basis. You should do your own research and confirm the information with other sources when searching for information regarding health issues and always review the information carefully with your professional health-care provider before using any of the protocols presented on this website and/or in the product sold here. Neither SOMALEAF nor the author are engaged in rendering medical or similar professional services or advice via this website or in the product, and the information provided is not intended to replace medical advice offered by a physician or other licensed health-care provider.


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