Touting itself as a global lifestyle brand unlike any other, Ignite CBD certainly has a flashy website to match!
Does this mean their products are worth using?
Find everything you need to know in our Ignite CBD review!
Who Are Ignite CBD?
- Ignite CBD launched in 2018.
- It isn’t clear where the company is based – the website is hosted in Columbia, while their “About Ignite” page implies they were originally launched in the US, where their customer support system is still based.
- Despite boasting “expansion into the UK and Mexico” (2019) and “to the Middle East and Canada” (2020), they do not ship any products out of the US.
- Nothing is known about where their hemp is grown or what extraction methods they use.
- Nevertheless, their website includes a section where you can find lab reports from independent, third party quality assurance testing.
- Their mission is simply to provide the ultimate experience to their customers.
- If you enjoy the company’s products, you can also check out their merchandise to further support them.
Although they tout themselves as a global brand that “disrupts marketing norms,” the company appears to overlook the most effective, far-reaching marketing platforms of all – social media.
Their Facebook is mostly filled with the same graphics repeatedly posted every day for a week at a time, with some quiet gaps between campaigns, and has been dormant for over a month at the time of writing. As for Instagram, their profile was removed due to inactivity.
Only their Twitter account is updated with relatively fresh content a few times a week.
You can also get in contact via:
- Phone – (+1) 866 466 4830 (for “urgent account inquiries” only)
- Contact Form
- Store Locator
Free shipping is available on US orders over $40.00.
However, they do not serve customers in Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
What Products Does Ignite CBD Sell?
Although it considers itself “the golden standard and industry expert,” Ignite CBD actually has a very limited range of products, which cover:
- CBD Oils
- CBD Edibles
- CBD Topicals
- CBD Vape
Are any of these worth the fuss? Let’s find out!
The Ignite CBD Broad Spectrum Drops are THC free and only available in a single potency – 1,000mg of CBD per 30ml bottle.
However, you can choose between 3 terpene blends: Calm (hints of tart fruit and hops), Focus (citrus notes of lemon and orange), and Recharge (tangy fruit, citrus, sweet candy, and rounded out with a mint finish).
All 3 blends cost $65.00 per bottle.
You can also choose between the 350mg and 1,000mg total CBD potency options for their CBD Isolate Drops. These are available in 4 flavors, or “scents”: Blood Orange, Lavender, Tropical, and Unscented.
A 30ml dropper bottle costs $22.00 and $45.00, depending on which potency you choose.
It’s also worth mentioning their Broad Spectrum CBG Oil Drops (Energy terpene blend, identical to the Restore blend mentioned previously) and Full Spectrum CBN Oil Drops (Calm terpene blend).
Both offer 350mg total of their respective compounds per 30ml dropper bottle and cost $45.00 and $65.00 respectively.
Ignite CBD also offers 2 versions of their CBD Gummies: a Broad Spectrum formula and (though this isn’t actually specified on the product page at all) a CBD Isolate formula.
Both versions offer 20mg of CBD per gummy, with 10 gummies per pouch. The Isolate version costs $20.00 while the Broad Spectrum option is $22.00.
With both, you get the choice of Cherry, Lemon, or Orange flavors.
They’ve also recently introduced 15mg CBD Energy Shots, designed to offer an on-the-go burst of CBD, caffeine, magnesium, and vitamins B & C. You can choose between 4 flavors: Berry, Guava, Orange Mango, and Pink Lemonade.
These are available in boxes of 3 shots for $17.00 and boxes of 12 for $66.00.
Surprisingly, Ignite CBD only has 3 topical products: a 1,000mg CBD Sport Cream, 1,000mg CBD Roll-On, and 50mg CBD Lip Balm.
The Sport Cream (3.4floz container for $45.00) is available in Lemon, Lavender, and Unscented options, while the 10ml Roll-On ($30.00) comes in Lavender, Rosemary-Lemon, and Unscented.
For the Lip Balm ($8.00, 0.15floz), there’s only Cherry and Unscented available.
For those who prefer inhaling their CBD, there are 5 products available: 150mg CBD Vape Pods, 150mg CBD Vape Pens, 150mg Broad Spectrum CBD Vape Pens, the IGNITE ONE Vape Device, and the IGNITE ONE Vape Starter Kit.
The Starter Kit includes one of the IGNITE ONE Vape Devices (a slightly larger Vape Pen with extra branding that can be refilled) and your choice of 1 or 2 of the Vape Pods.
The pods (as part of the kit or bought separately) are available in 8 flavors.
These are: Pink Chill, Blood Orange, Tropical Fruit, Mango, Cool Menthol, Menthol Light, Virginia Blend, and Original Unflavored.
If you opt for the smaller disposable Vape Pens instead, your flavor options are limited to Blood Orange, Mango, Pink Chill, and Tropical Fruit.
The Broad Spectrum disposables offer the same terpene blends as the oil drops (Calm, Focus, and Recharge).
Depending on the option you take, prices range from $12.00 to $54.00. At the time of writing, a temporary sale has dropped the price range to $3.00 to $16.00.
Ignite CBD Reviews – What Are People Saying?
With no information on their homepage (and boasts of being “the golden standard and industry expert” with worldwide expansion despite not even serving all of the US, let alone international customers), it’s easy to dismiss Ignite CBD.
However, we did discover the answer to the riddle – they have different website subdomains for their non-US “expansions”.
For example, customers in the UK should visit (or will be automatically redirected to) uk.ignite.co rather than simply ignite.co.
It’s also worth noting each region’s designated website appears to have slightly different product ranges available.
For example, UK customers can choose CBD oils in a higher potency (1,200mg total), but don’t have the option of buying any of the company’s edibles.
There are several customer reviews available on almost all product listings.
Unfortunately, these are only star-ratings without comments, which is why we haven’t included any samples in this review.
We also struggled to find user feedback elsewhere online.
After getting an error report multiple times when trying to open their Facebook page, we were finally able to load it and find 9 customer reviews.
The bad news is, they gave the company an average rating of just 3.2/5 stars.
Based on the “doesn’t recommend,” Grant probably meant to say “Doesn’t send orders when people pay for them…” and that his order never arrived:
Ashley was incredibly excited to try their Vape Starter Kit, but both of the pods leaked empty when her order arrived. She was sent free replacements, but they arrived empty as well, so she gave up:
Nicollo also had a terrible experience with his order – and even worse, found their customer service to be just as bad, refusing to reimburse him despite their 30-day money-back guarantee:
Manuel, on the other hand, had a bitter-sweet experience.
He ordered 3 packs of gummies, but when they arrived they had all melted into 3 big blobs. After some back and forth with customer service, he was sent a replacement and says although it’s expensive, he’s a customer for life:
Hoping to find better news elsewhere, we kept looking. Unfortunately, the only other site we found customer comments on paints just as poor a picture.
A user called “Nahimgood” says their vape products are a “complete waste of money” that don’t offer a good vaping experience and taste awful to boot.
He ended up throwing it away and calls their products trash:
Jacob went so far as to call Ignite CBD a horrible company. At the time (2019), they weren’t undergoing third-party testing (that’s since change) – besides which, he found their products to be overpriced:
But, as on Facebook, we did manage to find a small glimmer of positivity buried among the negative reviews.
Dannielle says their Blood Orange and Tropical Fruit terpene blend oil drops taste great. She’s also handling everyday stress better than before, and relaxing more easily before bed:
Overall, it looks like Ignite have a nice selection of 3rd party tested CBD products but the reviews aren’t amazing so we’d recommend checking out our list of the best CBD products here first.
And if you’ve tried any of the Ignite CBD products then please leave your own review below!