Cedarwood Virginian Essential Oil



Blends well with:

  • Citrus Oils: Bright and refreshing citrus oils like Bergamot, Lemon, and Grapefruit complement the deep woodiness of Cedarwood, creating a balanced and uplifting aroma.
  • Floral Oils: Floral scents like Lavender, Rose, and Jasmine provide a soft, sweet contrast to the robust nature of Cedarwood. This combination can create soothing and romantically inclined s
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  • Herbaceous Oils: Herbaceous oils such as Rosemary, Sage, and Thyme blend well with Cedarwood, enhancing its natural woodsy characteristics with fresh, green notes.
  • Spicy Oils: Warm spices like Clove, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg add depth and warmth to Cedarwood’s base notes, making for a cozy and inviting scent profile.
  • Woody Oils: Other woody oils like Sandalwood, Vetiver, and Patchouli complement Cedarwood very well, reinforcing the earthy and grounding qualities of the blend.
  • Resinous Oils: Oils with a resinous base such as Frankincense, Myrrh, and Benzoin add a rich, almost mystical depth to Cedarwood, making the blend complex and intriguing.
  • Coniferous Oils: Pine, Fir, and Spruce add a fresh, forest-like dimension to Cedarwood, enhancing its natural woodsy scent with a touch of crispness.


  • Aromatherapy: Known for its grounding and calming effects, Cedarwood Virginian is often used in aromatherapy to reduce stress and anxiety. Its soothing scent helps to promote relaxation and improve the quality of sleep.
  • Skin Care: This essential oil has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and astringent properties, making it beneficial for treating skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It can help to regulate sebum production and reduce the appearance of scars.
  • Hair Care: Cedarwood oil can stimulate the scalp and promote hair growth. It is also used to combat dandruff and improve the overall health of the hair.
  • Natural Insect Repellent: The oil is a natural deterrent against moths, ants, and other insects. It is often used in natural insect repellent sprays and in sachets for protecting clothes from moths.
  • Antifungal and Antibacterial Properties: It has natural antifungal and antibacterial qualities, which make it effective in treating minor wounds, athlete’s foot, and other fungal infections.
  • Respiratory Health: When inhaled, Cedarwood Virginian can help to relieve congestion and ease respiratory conditions like bronchitis due to its expectorant properties.
  • Mood Enhancer: The scent of Cedarwood oil can help to lift the spirits and improve mental clarity, making it useful for meditation or during times of decision-making.
  • Pain Relief: Its anti-inflammatory properties make Cedarwood Virginian oil a good choice for massaging into sore joints or muscles to alleviate pain.

Regulatory Information

  • IFRA (Class 1): 0%
  • IFRA (Class 2): 0.3%
  • IFRA (Class 3): 6.4%
  • IFRA (Class 4): 6%
  • IFRA (Class 5A): 1.5%
  • IFRA (Class 5B): 1.5%
  • IFRA (Class 5C): 1.5%
  • IFRA (Class 6): 0%
  • IFRA (Class 7AB): 12.4%
  • IFRA (Class 8): 0.6%
  • IFRA (Class 9): 11.6%
  • IFRA (Class 10): 44%
  • IFRA (Class 11A): 23.2%
  • IFRA (Class 11B): 23.2%
  • IFRA (Class 12): 100%

Additional information


10 ml, 30 ml


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