Women’s History Month-Kimberly Dillon

By BCB Staff Writer

Owner and founder of Frigg Beauty, Kimberly Dillon developed her award-winning skin care line while working in the cannabis industry and was, as she describes it, “chronically stressed out.” Though she had years of experience in the pain management space and knowledge of the cannabis and CBD industries, it was only after her luggage was lost during a retreat, leaving her with only a bottle of CBD, did Dillon’s view on wellness change and take shape. 

For Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting women trailblazing their industry through health, wellness, business and activism. Kimberly Dillon’s way of discussing the usage of CBD as an internal and external therapy, boosted by other plant remedies is the foundation of Frigg’s mission. For your hair, for your face, for functional edible properties, Frigg, led by Dillon’s passion and enthusiasm, is changing the skincare game.

Frigg’s product philosophy is rooted in science, community feedback and a connection to ingredients that are safe, clinically proven or derived from herbalist methodology. 

Learn more about Kimberly Dillon and Frigg here, including the initiative to support mental health organizations.

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