hemp beauty products and accessories

The Top 13 Products and Accessories Made from Hemp

These 13 hemp beauty products and accessories will make you look and smell like a dispensary. And they are a good source of ‘fatty’ oils.

Hemp has gotten a bad rap over the years, but it’s actually one of the most sustainable and economic ways to make stuff. Hemp oil, which is not the same thing as hash oil, is super nutritious and rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, which keep skins, hair and nails healthy.

The natural look of hemp is perfect for festival fashions, and bohemians love the organic products that make them smell like a loud pack. Now that legalization is practically here, take a look at some of the best hemp beauty products, clothes and accessories, as selected by Slutty Raver Costumes.

Click on the links to learn more about each product in the online store.

1. Hemp Shoes


Behold the Tom’s Natural Hemp Women’s Deconstructed Cork Alpargatas ($69.95). The slip ons are organic, vegan and for every pair sold they will donate another pair to a disadvantaged child.

2. Hemp Tees and Tanks


Look for fabrics made from a blend of hemp and organic cotton. The Jungmaven Women’s Cropped Tank ($45) is made from mid-weight 55 hemp and organic cotton, like all their clothes.

3. Hemp Shampoo

YAROK Feed Your Moisture Shampoo

Wash your hair with Yarok Feed Your Moisture Shampoo ($39) available from Free People. The certified vegan shampoo contains a mixture of argan, coconut and hemp seed oil.

4. Hemp Perfume

BALENCIAGA Florabotanica Rollerball

Balenciaga incorporated the smell of hemp and vetiver roots into their signature perfume, which they describe as beautiful, dangerous and rare. Check out the Florabotanica Rollerball ($25).

5. Hemp Illuminator


You can be shiny and organic by using HempLights Illuminating Hemp Drops ($22.99). The liquid highlighter drops contain a mixture of hemp seed oil, pearl powders and glistening mica.

6. Hemp Moisturizer

Body Shop Hemp Rescue Balm

Body Shop Hemp Rescue Balm ($22) is one of the company’s best selling beauty products. The intense moisturizer provides instant relief for rough patches of very dry skin.

7. Hemp Face Oil


French Girl Remedy Roll On ($20) is a blend of botanic oils meant to reduce redness and aid in healing blemishes. Coming soon is the Organics Cuticle Remedy ($22) for nails.

8. Hemp Conditioner

HEMPZ Herbal Fortifying Leave-In Conditioner & Restyler

Hempz Herbal Fortifying Leave-In Conditioner & Restyler ($16.95) is available exclusively at Ulta Beauty. Each bottle contains cannabis sativa seed oil to detangle, condition and hydrate.

9. Hemp Tote

Hemp String Shopping Bag

This handmade jute EcoGG String Bag ($15) is compact, roomy, reusable and it holds up to 25kg. This simple design is made in Ukraine, and bulk discounts are available to resellers.

10. Hemp Lip Balm

CannaSmack Collection Pack – Natural Hemp Lip Balm

Don’t worry, CannaSmack Lipbalm is THC free and 100% non-psychoactive. The Natural Collection Pack ($14.95) includes Mango Kush, Maui Wowie, Blue Dream, Pineapple Express and Cherry Pie.

11. Hemp Lipstick

OCC Cosmetics Lip Tar™

Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar (On sale for $10) can be worn with a satin finish, glossy texture or ultra-matte. It has been featured in Allure, Cosmopolitan, Elle and PopSugar.

12. Hemp Bath Bombs

Cannabis Oil Bath Bombs

These Front Range Soap Cannabis Oil Bath Bombs ($8.99 for four) melt your stress away with a simple mixture of cannabis oil, citric acid, baking soda and mica colorant.

13. Hemp Soap

DR. BRONNER'S Rose Pure-Castile Liquid Soap

Dr. Bronner’s Rose Pure-Castile Liquid Soap – 8 oz ($6.69) is biodegradable and organic. It contains coconut oil, hemp oil, natural rose fragrance, and it is packaged in a recyclable bottle.

For organic girls that love a sustainable lifestyle nothing beats the nutrient rich feeling of hemp oil, or the natural look of hemp material. You can appreciate the durable, moisturizing nature of hemp fibers and products even if you don’t like to puff trees and munch on edibles.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.