Fragrance raw material

EO Vetiver Haiti (org)

 12,95 incl. VAT  10,70excl. VAT


EO Vetiver Haiti (org) is an essential oil, a natural fragrance for use in perfume, cosmetics and other fragrance products.


EO Vetiver Haiti (org) has a spicy, woody scent with smoky aspects. Compared to the EO Vetiver Java, the fragrance is less smoky, less tarry and spicier / more balsamic. The EO Vetiver Haiti is therefore easier to use. Overdosing is simple with the EO Vetiver Java; with the oil from Haiti, that chance is much smaller. The combination of cedar wood and vetiver is traditional, but vetiver also fits perfectly with vanilla or rose without further wood scents.

In addition to these traditional combinations, there are also other suitable options: citrus, herbs, spices, other woods, resins, green scents: it is more difficult to come up with combinations that do not go well with vetiver than the other way around. EO Vetiver Haiti is stable in many products, including soap.

Dilution is not necessary, but it is possible: less syrupy and easier to dose. Store cool, dry, dark and out of reach of children.


EO Vetiver Haiti (org) is a liquid, brown, viscous liquid. It is a completely pure, natural product, nothing has been added. Vetiver oil has a very long shelf life. The smell changes, but as a rule the smell of the old oil is more appreciated than that of the young oil.

From October 2019 we supply an organic oil.


The 5 gram packaging is made of brown glass with a black cap. The 20 and 50 g packs are made of aluminium with a white cap.


EO Vetiver Haiti (org) is classified as a hazardous substance, with the following characteristics:

H315 - Causes skin irritation.
H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction.
H319 - Causes serious eye irritation.


Article number: 23156
English name: Essential Oil of Vetiver Haiti
EC number: 282-490-8
CAS number EU: 84238-29-9
CAS number TSCA: 8016-96-4
Botanical: Vetiveria zizanioides (L.) Nash


5 g, 20 g, 50 g
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