Hemp oil

Hemp oil

nourishing hair serum

: 20ml, 50ml, 100ml

  • For shiny, soft and healthy hair.

  • An ideal product to promote naturally healthy hair. Nourishes and regenerates the hair and scalp structure and nourishes the scalp.

  • Natural source of the vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, D, E, protein, chlorophyl, minerals.


  • makes the hair thicker and strengthens the hair structure
  • promotes hair growth
  • softens and nourishes
  • conditioner (provides additional protection in cold weather)
  • improves elasticity
  • may be added to other natural hair products such as shampoos, lotions etc.

How to use

Can be used as a hair mask to maintain optimum scalp and hair health or as an oil for head massage and as an enhancing supplement for hair dying. Additionally it also has medicinal qualities.

Apply to clean hair thoroughly massaging it into the hair and scalp. Leave in for a minimum of 30 minutes or overnight if possible then wash with a natural shampoo.

Hempseed oil’s properties make it a natural hair dye base. It promotes deeper penetration of the dye, brightens the colour and makes it last longer.

For other applications and recipes let your imagination run wild.


Ingredients (INCI): Purely cold-pressed oil of Hemp seeds (Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil). All made by us. Surely, no additives.


Hemp Facts

Hemp stirs up discussions all around the world. Nevertheless it’s a well known fact that people have been growing this plant species for millennia and it has a wide range of applications. One of hemp’s most interesting features lays hidden in its seeds – they contain oils, an abundance of high-quality proteins, minerals and other essential nutrients. Hence the oil’s reputation as a valuable skin nutriment.

SEVOA and Hempseed Oil

There are several varieties of hempseed oils – both essential oil and oil extract of the plant’s active substances. The oil we produce is a base oil extracted by cold pressing the seeds. To our great regret only some of the seeds we use are grown locally. This is due to Bulgaria’s administrative regulations which limit the number of hemp-growing farms in the country.