Organic Geranium Oil

The special Bourbon geranium essential oil (Pelargonium graveolens) is 100% natural, comes from certified organic cultivation at 1200m altitude in the exotic nature of Madagascar, direct and local distillation of fresh leaves with gentle steam, 5ml
Scientific Name Pelargonium graveolens
Purity 100% natural, essential oil
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) Pelargonium graveolens*
Organic Certification Certified organic cultivation since 2015
Harvest Pure hand harvest from February to March and from October to November
Processing Gentle steam distillation, fresh leaves
Terroir Alaotra-Mangoro, Madagascar
Elevation 1,200m
Origin Sourced directly from a cooperative of farmers in Madagascar, who specialise in harvesting by hand
Aroma floral, fresh, subtly citrus-sweet, rose notes
Effects harmonizing, regenerating, skin caring
Allergens Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool

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€1,980.00 / 1l
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Finest Origin - Highest Grade

These bourbon geraniums are grown organically by experienced farmers from Madagascar. The oceanic and tropical climate are the optimal for the growth of the fragrant plants. Their aromatic substances are formed by them in a balanced ratio, such as citronellol and geraniol. Their aromatic leaves are carefully harvested by hand in spring and autumn. The fresh leaves are then steam distilled in the company's own distillery. The resulting essential oil is 100% natural and highly concentrated in special aromas.


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.


There are about 230 different species of this cranesbill family (Geraniaceae), which occur in a variety of habitats, from mountains to deserts, mainly found in southern Africa. Pelargonium graveolens from Madagascar is also called bourbon or scented geranium. It grows bushy with slightly rough, slit leaves that give off a scent of lemon and rose.


The intense floral aroma conveys calm and balance. In depressed and stressful states, this fragrance has a regenerating effect and creates new courage.

Product Details


100% Natural Essential Oil of Pelargonium graveolens


- Cosmetic
- Do not use undiluted
- Keep out of the 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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