Cedarwood Essential Oil
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CEDARWOOD ESSENTIAL OIL

Explore our fine quality Cedarwood Oils sourced from some of the most reputed producers from around the globe including Certified Organic Cedarwood Atlas from Morocco, Cedarwood Himalayan - also known as Tibetan Cedarwood, and Cedarwood from Texas and Virginia.

Cedarwood oil is a known for its soothing and cooling properties. It can act as an anti-bacterial cleanser and is suitable to use on acne-prone skin. A huge component of Cedarwood oil are sesquiterpenes, which have cleansing properties. Cedarwood oil is used by natural skin care enthusiasts for its mild astringent-like properties, helping to control the oiliness of the skin. It is also believed to tighten the skin and make the pores look smaller. 

How to Choose Your Cedarwood Oil

There are a number of Cedarwood varieties that lend their own unique essence of the tree. It is interesting to note that Atlas and Himalayan Cedars are members of the Pinaceae family while all other cedars are of the Cupressaceae family. You will notice that the main constituent in Atlas and Himalayan Cedarwoods is Himachalene, whereas Cedarwoods of the Cupressacae family contain Cedrol and Thujopsene as primary main constituents. You will find that Cedarwoods belonging to the same family resemble each other more closely in scent as well.

NOTE: Cedrol is a component of Cedarwood oil that can crystallize. If this happens, gently heat your Cedarwood oil in a hot water bath to return it to liquid consistency.




  • Cedarwood Essential Oil Varieties

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  • Botanical Family: Pinaceae
    Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
    Country of Origin: Morocco
    Processing Method: Steam distilled

    Main Constituents:
    g-Himachalene: 10.1%
    b-Himachalene: 45.95%

    Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil has a clean, spicy, balsamic, woody scent with a grounding quality. Cedarwood Atlas is more closely related to the pines and this is reflected in its scent. It is also a great base note used in fragrances. It is slightly higher in the main constituents than the Organic variety.

    RatingRatingRatingRatingRating 4.6/5 (Based on 29 customer reviews)
    USD $5.65 (3.3oz) More Info
  • Botanical Family: Cupressaceae
    Botanical Name: Cupressus funebris
    Country of Origin: China
    Processing Method: Steam Distilled

    Main Constituents:
    Thujopsene: 14.75%
    a-Cedrene: 10.19%
    b-Cedrene: 3.72%
    Cedrol: 10%

    A middle note of strong aroma, this oil has a sharp, fresh camphoraceous scent. This oil generally has a lower cedrol content than other Cedarwood oils, hence it is used more for its fragrance than as a source of chemical isolates.

    RatingRatingRatingStar RatingRating 3.8/5 (Based on 12 customer reviews)
    USD $4.38 (3.3oz) More Info
  • Botanical Family: Pinaceae
    Botanical Name: Cedrus deodora
    Country of Origin: India
    Processing Method: Steam distilled

    Main Constituent:
    Himachalene: 50.04%

    Himalayan Cedarwood Essential Oil has a dry woody, mildly camphoraceous scent that is slightly sweet compared to Cedarwood Atlas. This variety is also high in Himachalene.

    RatingRatingRatingRatingStar Rating 4.7/5 (Based on 48 customer reviews)
    USD $4.38 (3.3oz) More Info
  • Botanical Family: Cupressaceae
    Botanical Name: Juniperus ashei / mexicana
    Country of Origin: USA
    Processing Method: Steam Distilled

    Main Constituents:
    Cedrol: 26%
    Thujopsene: 34%

    A middle note of strong aroma, this oil has a sweet, deep balsamic wood scent that is similar to Virginian Cedarwood.

    RatingRatingRatingRatingRating 4.6/5 (Based on 18 customer reviews)
    USD $4.38 (3.3oz) More Info
  • Botanical Family: Cupressaceae
    Botanical Name: Juniperus virginiana
    Country of Origin: USA
    Processing Method: Steam distilled

    Main Constituents:
    Cedrol: 22.53%
    Thujopsene: 20.31%

    A middle note of strong aroma, this oil has a scent that is sweet and deeply woody, and sometimes reminiscent of sandalwood. It smells similar to Cedarwood Texas Oil.

    RatingRatingRatingRatingRating 4.6/5 (Based on 25 customer reviews)
    USD $4.78 (3.3oz) More Info
  • Botanical Family: Pinaceae
    Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
    Country of Origin: Morocco
    Processing Method: Steam distilled

    Main Constituents:
    g-Himachalene: 7.2%
    b-Himachalene: 29.6%

    Our Certified Organic Cedarwood Atlas Oil is of therapeutic quality and has a clean, spicy, balsamic, woody scent with a grounding quality. Cedarwood Atlas is more closely related to the pines and this is reflected in its scent. A great base note used in fragrances.

    RatingRatingRatingRatingStar Rating 4.8/5 (Based on 5 customer reviews)
    USD $6.20 (3.3oz) More Info



Caution: Essential oils have different dermal maximums and recommended usage levels. A patch test is also always recommended before use.

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