Bay laurel oil organic

Cosmetic certified organic laurel oil (Laurus nobilis). 100% natural essential oil from wild collection in pristine natural location of the Balkan region. Gently produced distillate from fresh leaves, 5ml
Scientific Name Laurus nobilis
Purity 100% natural essential oil
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) Laurus nobilis leaf oil*
Organic Certification Certified organic cultivation
Harvest Wildcrafted from March to May
Processing Gentle steam distillation, fresh leaves
Terroir Balkan region
Elevation 0-500m above sea level
Origin Directly sourced from the farm, with an on-site distillery
Aroma very aromatic spicy, herbaceous-fresh, discreetly fruity
Effects vitalizing, strengthening, uplifting, exhilarating, strengthens self-confidence
Allergens Linalool, limonene, eugenol

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€2,580.00 / 1l
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Finest Origin - Highest Grade

The vast and wild landscapes of the Balkans allow the growth of a wide variety of plants, including essential oil plants, such as the laurel. It thrives particularly well here, as it prefers harsh climates with sometimes very cold and sometimes very warm temperatures. Here it can produce its aromas such as 1,8-cineol, terpenyl acetate, sabinene and alpha-pinene in a balanced ratio. The leaves are collected from March to May and processed in the own distillery with steam to the essential oil.


This essential oil is sourced from a renowned and certified producer based in Valréas in northern Provence, France. The company was founded in 1980 and owns several essential oil plantations and farms all over the world. The origin and quality of the plants are well documented, and the company ensures that the highest standards are maintained and works professionally and passionately to produce excellent essential oils.

The oils are produced from freshly harvested plant materials via steam distillation. The experienced producers use a very gentle distillation method with low water pressure, which allows for the near complete extraction of the plants' valuable phytochemicals. Their products are certified organic according to French EcoCert standards.


The bay tree belongs to the laurel family (Lauraceae) and is native to the Mediterranean region, North Africa and the Near East. It grows either conically as a tree or as a large shrub with aromatically fragrant dark green glossy leaves. In spring it forms yellowish-green flowers and on the female plants the black fruits ripen later. Due to the digestive active ingredients of the leaves and berries, the laurel is very popular as a kitchen spice.


The fresh aroma gives feelings of serenity, confidence and strength. It stimulates the mind, has a holistic relaxing effect on the body and allows to find centering and grounding.

Product Details


100% Natural Essential Oil of Laurus nobilis


- Intended for use as room fragrance
- Do not use undiluted
- Keep out of reach of children
- Those currently under medical treatment as well as those who have allergies or are epileptic, pregnant or breastfeeding should consult a doctor before use
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucosa


Amber glass bottle to protect against light and oxidation (free from plasticisers and BPA)


5ml of essential oil in a 10ml bottle

Cosmetic certification

COSMOS ORGANIC certified according to COSMOS standard by Ecocert Greenlife.
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*from certified organic cultivation

100% of ingredients are sourced from certified organic cultivation

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