Cover Unwind at the city's first CBD spa (Photo: Courtesy of @miss_brother/ Instagram)

Cannable, Hong Kong’s first CBD spa will be opening in July 2021

There’s no shortage of CBD offerings in Hong Kong—from bars offering CBD cocktails and beers, cafes serving up CBD-infused coffees and pastries, and retail spaces dedicated to CBD beauty products. New to enter the city’s CBD scene is Cannable, a dedicated CBD cafe offering CBD-infused beauty treatments in Sheung Wan. 

Set to open on July 30, Cannable will be Hong Kong’s first CBD spa. Featuring sleek neutral interiors, cosy sofas, welcoming greenery, and a selection of CBD skincare and edible goods available for customers to purchase post-treatment, there’s no doubt that Cannable will soon become one of Sheung Wan’s hippest spas when it officially opens. 

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Treatment-wise, customers can choose from a range of massage treatments such as aromatherapy massage, traditional Thai massage, muscle release massage and more. The spa uses local CBD brand CannaMi’s massage oil collection for treatments—packed with 200mg of CBD per bottle—you’ll be feeling CBD’s anxiety-calming, inflammation-fighting benefits in no time during the treatment. 

CBD has been rising in popularity in the past year, from the opening of Found, Hong Kong’s first CBD cafe, to the launch of HEA, Young Master’s line of CBD beer, and Black Star Liquor Co, a CBD drinks shop in Causeway Bay. If you’re looking to include more CBD products in your daily routine, we wrote all about the best edible CBD products for daily calm, the best CBD beauty products for every skin concern and even rounded up CBD products for our furry friends

Cannable will be officially opening on Friday, July 30. Currently, the spa is opened for its soft-opening period where customers book discounted CBD treatments via Cannable’s Instagram page

Cannable, Shop C, G/F, On Tung Mansion, 34 New Market Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong; instagram.com/cannable__

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