Image of a fresh stem of patchouli leaves against a stark white background. The vibrant green leaves are in sharp contrast with the background, highlighting their unique shape and texture.

Ingredient - Patchouli Essential Oil (Pogostemon Cablin oil)

Scientific Background: Rooted in Science - The patchouli plant is a flowering shrub native to Southeast Asia. It is a small plant with hairy leaves and white flowers.

Plant Origin & Native Region - Patchouli is native to Southeast Asian countries and is now cultivated and used worldwide.

Hair Specialty: Scent Enhancer - Patchouli essential oil is known for its distinctive earthy, woody, and sweet aroma.



  • Chen, L. T., Huang, Y. E., Chen, C. Y., Chen, W. C., & Yang, C. H. (2014). Effects of essential oil patchouli on sleep quality and mood in older adults with sleep disturbances: A pilot study. Phytomedicine, 21(14-15), 1961-1966. doi:10.1016/j.phymed.2014.09.002.

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