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Vetiver essential oil

Our Top 4 Ways to use Vetiver Essential Oil

By Katrina Scampini, Certified Aromatherapist

If you’ve purchased a bottle of Vetiver Essential Oil without knowing much about it, you were probably pretty surprised the first time you cracked open the cap. With just that very first whiff, you’re going to realize that Vetiver is nothing like your typical essential oil. Its consistency is thick like syrup, it has a unique goldish, brownish, greenish kind of hue, and the aroma? Well, it’s one of those divisive smells, like Patchouli or Blue Tansy. People either love it and can’t get enough…or, it goes straight into the pile of essential oils you can’t figure out what to do with.

Either way, it’s hard to deny Vetiver’s incredibly relaxing and balancing properties.

Historically, it’s been used for a variety of purposes; everything from personal fragrances to emotional issues to skin care routines can get an extra boost when Vetiver is added. So if you’re struggling to figure out how to include Vetiver in your life, hopefully, these suggestions will help.

But first — the smell.

dried vetiver roots

Vetiver Essential Oil is steam distilled from the strong, intricate root systems of the Vetiveria zizanioides, an aromatic perennial grass. The oil has a scent that can be described in many different ways, which may be the reason many people disagree on how they feel about it.

It has an intense aroma that is earthy, woodsy, smoky, and slightly sweet. Some like to compare it to the smell of a campfire, and others find it to be more herbaceous and reminiscent of damp forest soil. If you find that Vetiver isn’t particularly appealing to you, try blending with a citrus essential oil to help round out the smell, or maybe something floral if you find the aroma too earthy.

In addition to its unique scent, Vetiver has a very complex chemical composition, with dozens of different constituents contributing to its many therapeutic qualities [1]. Here a few simple ways to incorporate the benefits of this ancient, exotic essential into your life:

Use it to promote healthy skin.

lady looking at her face in the mirror

For a fresh face, Vetiver is highly cleansing and excellent for overall skin health. It helps balance sebum production, which is great for both oily and dry skin struggling with blemishes, redness, or irritation [2]. Its cooling abilities are useful for soothing skin that has been overexposed to the sun, dehydrated, or wind-chapped.

To use, it’s as easy as adding a drop to your favorite face wash and cleansing as you normally would. This seemingly tiny addition to your skincare routine can support a smooth and even-looking skin tone. For a lovely facial serum, try blending 3 drops each of Vetiver and Frankincense Frereana with 1 drop of Neroli in an ounce of your favorite carrier oil. Please keep in mind that we recommend a 1% dilution for facial applications and up to 3% for other areas of the body.

Let it help lull you to sleep.

man sleeping

Diffuse Vetiver about 30 minutes before going to bed to benefit from its deeply grounding and relaxing qualities. It’s perfect when you have a racing mind and are struggling to wind down. Plus, Vetiver is safe for young children, who may also benefit from a bit of relaxation support in the evenings. If you would rather passively diffuse Vetiver, add a drop or two to a cotton ball and set near your pillow.

It helps promote positive thinking when negative feelings are bringing you down.

woman in field with sun

In folklore medicine, Vetiver has been used to treat a variety of mental and emotional issues, including symptoms resulting from stress [3]. Stress can reign supreme over our lives if we let it. Negative feelings, like anger and irritation, can be positively influenced by the calming and soothing properties of Vetiver [4]. It can also help promote feelings of hope to people who feel disconnected and lack motivation.

Try adding it to your personal aromatherapy inhaler and use it whenever negative thoughts begin to creep up. This is also a wonderful essential oil to include in a warm, relaxing bath. Blend it with other oils known for their relaxing qualities, like Ylang Ylang or Rose Absolute, to help wash away a stressful day. Don’t forget to add the oils with an emulsifier! Use as a carrier oil or body wash with the oils before adding it to your tub.

Use it to help calm the mind before or during meditation.

person meditating with hands at Jnana Muddra

There are many essential oils that are fantastic to use during meditation practices, and Vetiver fits itself perfectly into that group. Because of its ability to calm, center, and ground the mind, it’s great to inhale while you’re settling yourself down for some quiet, introspective time with yourself.

To learn more about Vetiver, check out our blog Everything You Need To Know About Using Vetiver Essential Oil.


[1] Vetiver Essential Oil. (2016). Retrieved from https://www.nah.org/blog/vetiver-essential-oil

[2] Lawless, J.  (1995). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (Rockport, MA: Element Books), 56-67.

[3] Cheaha, D., Issuriya, A., Manor, R., Kwangjai, J., Rujiralai, T., & Kumarnsit, E. (2016). Modification of sleep-waking and electroencephalogram induced by vetiver essential oil inhalation. Journal of intercultural ethnopharmacology, 5(1), 72-8. doi:10.5455/jice.20160208050736

[4] Worwood, V. The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, 25th Anniversary Edition (Novato, CA: New World Library, 2016, 629.]


149 thoughts on “Our Top 4 Ways to use Vetiver Essential Oil”

  • When adding additional EO’s of any type together does this lessen the original use of the main EO. Example: Vetiver (if smell is too woodsy or strong) by adding lavender, cedarwood, etc does that decrease the main effects of great sleep properties from the vetiver as opposed to being used alone? I almost exclusively diffuse all my EO’s as the main use. When diffusing at nighttime should diffuser be set to run constantly or only intermittently to avoid building up tolerance to the oil itself?

    1. Great question! Blending essential oils can actually help maximize the benefits, especially when you’re blending for therapeutic use. Lavender and Cedarwood both make great options. Ho Wood, Mandarin, Bergamot, and Amyris also make wonderful choices. You can learn about blending essential oils here.

      1. Also, we recommend diffusing intermittently to avoid going nose blind or building up a tolerance a specific EO.

  • I must say… I have been looking into this oil and I can’t wait to try it! My son sleep walks and for some reason cannot get a full nights rest. I hope this helps when mixing it with lavender. I will update my review after I use it 🙂

  • Researching Vetiver more as I hear wonderful things about it. I like it’s calming and meditative claims. On to read, “Everything You Need to Know About Using Vetiver Essential Oil”. Thank you.

  • This is my all time favourite oil! I use it for sleep support and it ‘supports’ every time! Now I have other I know how to use it! Thank you plant therapy!

  • Ordered it on a Spotlight offer, and recently started using it alone for my insomnia. It’s been wonderful, 3 night sleep . Now going to try it for the skin!

  • I’ve been wanting to try this oil for a long time, especially to help with relaxation and sleep. I’m just afraid that I won’t like the smell, so I haven’t pulled the trigger yet! I know many people love patchouli, but I personally can’t stand it, so I’m afraid that I won’t like the earthy smell of vetiver. Does anyone who dislikes patchouli enjoy the smell of vetiver?

  • Another great read! Thanks for the tips for rounding out the earthiness. I bought the vetiver to help my kiddo calm down, but was afraid the strong scent would be off-putting, so I’ll be testing it out with bergamot or orange. I’ll also be adding it to my tween’s facial cleansing routine.

  • Thank you for sharing this blog post. I just purchased vetiver after reading this. I hope it helps with sleep and overwhelm! My mind races at night lately, it is hard to get to sleep and I also wake up many times in the night instantly thinking, before even fully waking up! Its the strangest thing. I could really use the calm relaxation due to my busy life and insomnia. Cant wait to try it!!!

  • Can’t wait for this to arrive! I’ll keep it bedside for those nights I wake up at 3am with my brain racing…..

  • My first thought on Vetiver was…. it was disgusting. But I purchased it early in my journey to assist in sleep. Though now I have found other oils that are more helpful for my sleep I still have a place in my heart for Vetiver.

    I got into making my own soap and blended Vetiver with Buddha Wood and Amyris and its absolutely amazing. I will never live without this oil!

  • I love it for helping me sleep. It works great and it’s really nice with lavender. A must have for me.

  • I ordered Vetiver when it was the spotlight oil to try and diffused it for the first time last night. I immediately felt relaxed!

  • Love the smell! Reminds me of a campfire and is so calming. Helps my littles sleep! Definately an oil to keep in the collection. Will need to try in my skin care routine.

  • I will smell the Vetiver next time I’m in Meridian store. I am trying to see if I get to like this scent. It is one of my to do lists, to keep smelling something I am not sure about, so maybe I get to like it.

  • I have experienced how great vetiver is for relaxation, but I did not know about it’s skin benefits. I’ll definitely try it out in my facial serum.

  • Vetiver is the best! My go to sleep blend is vetiver, cedarwood and lavendar! I’ll have to try it on my face now. Thanks for the info!

    1. I purchased this SPOTLIGHT OIL OF THE WEEK with 15% off, and now I enjoy very restful nights. Thanks PT for your generosity!

  • So glad I bought Vetiver, it’s great for skincare and I have diffused it in many blends. This is one I use a lot ! It has many uses and has a great smoky fragrance that blends well w many EO!

  • I am so glad I found this blog. I wasn’t really sure what to do with it. I ordered some because I was told it smelled really good. At first I wasn’t that crazy about it, but once I diffused a couple drops with Lavender I enjoy it now.

  • I bought this to help sleep, but man I can’t believe the other uses for this. Vetiver definitely can help me with my aniexty/ depression in many ways I feel. I am going to start using at other times of the day instead of just bed .

  • I’ve been reading a lot about Vetiver and finally took the plunge! I am so happy I did. The smell reminds me of easy summers from my childhood and both relaxes and makes me happy. I can see why the scent isn’t for everyone, but I’m loving its use!

  • Thanks for this blog and sharing the different ways of using vetiver! Placed my order couple days ago, can’t wait to use it.

  • The first time I used Vetiver I dropped 3-4 drops into a small diffuser and I get headache almost instantly. After I threw half of the content to dilute it, I totally love the smell. One to two drops are good enough for a small diffuser

  • I used it for the first time the other evening in my diffuser. Interesting scent. quite strong. I can’t say I loved it. I like the idea of combining it with cedarwood and lavender- I’ll give it another go.

  • The first few times I used Vetiver I used 1 oil to blend with and the smell wasn’t that pleasant, now I use lavendar and clary sage the deep sleep I have is amazing.

  • So, I tried adding just ONE drop of vetiver to my facial cleanser (about 4-6 ounces of cleanser?) like the article suggested, thinking I would probably barely notice a difference. Wow, my skin DOES feel smoother and more even-toned! And the scent is so grounding. I LOVE it! And who knew just one drop would actually make a difference, but it totally did!! Now to add it to my teen boys’ facial cleanser. =) Thanks, PT, for such practical, doable tips!!

  • Thank you for this info! I use it with Bergamot and Lavender for a good night’s sleep and it works wonders! I didn’t know about its usefulness for skin issues and will now be trying that out!

  • Vetiver is one oil I use nightly. Suffering from a chronic condition that causes ringing in my ears I use it on my neck and behind me ears when the ringing gets to be too much. It does help to calm down the ringing as well as has a sedative type or calm effect that eases me to sleep. As always you cannot go wrong with PT products.

  • Vetiver is my number one go to for a good night sleep. I love the smoky smell and the calming effect it has. I use vetiver diluted in a roller ball on the back of my neck and my face before bed. I also use it in a body butter with frankincense, ylang ylang, and lavender for the bottom of my feet. I fall asleep quickly and sleep through the night waking up refreshed. Looking forward to trying the pillow spray, and possibly substituting the mandarin for the lavender in the body butter. Thank you for a well written blog.

  • I am new to oils and just got Vetiver. Had a feeling by the description so would love it and I do!!!! The aroma is intoxicating and it helps me relax, evening aiding in sleep when diffused. Thank you for your spotlight oils!!!

  • I love vetiver…it really is such a relaxing oil. This article reminds me that I need to order some more 🙂

  • This is one oil that i always recommend to parents getting into essential oils because it is such a life saver in our home around bed time. Calms my children down AND calms my nerves? Definetly a win in my book! I was unaware of these other uses and am now motivated to try it out in some facial recipes! Thanks again plant therapy!!!

  • I am really looking forward to receiving my Vetiver and so glad that it was a spotlight deal! I have been having some really restless nights due to stress and anxiety and have heard so many rave reviews!

  • I have diffused vetiver before. I am not a fan of the smell but after reading this, I am motivated to make use of it again.

  • Hi, I just ordered this a day ago to diffuse on lava beads for my 8 year old son. Now wondering if that’s a possibility with it being thick? Love all the uses for it and hoping I can use it in this portable method! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Kelsi, you can absolutely add a drop of Vetiver to lava beads! It will absorb, but you may need to wait a bit longer than with a thinner oil 🙂

  • Vetiver is one of my favorite oils. I happen to love the earthy, smoky scent. I created a blend that I call Rooted using equal parts vetiver, amyris, frankincense carteri, cedarwood Virginian, and juniper berry. I use it on a roller bottle on pulse points to help me relax. Now I need to look into adding vetiver to my face wash.

  • I made the pillow spray using Vetiver and I slept better than I have in weeks! I had to quit diffusing because we have an 18 year old kitty, but he does not get on the bed, so the spray is perfect! Thank you!

  • Vetiver is one of my favorite smells! It’s so calming. I take the side of it smelling like a roasting marshmallows on a campfire but not in the annoying way, like when you need to wash your hair after sitting around a campfire, just in a very wonderful relaxing way. I’m glad to know that it’s good to ad to the skin routine as well.

  • You can use Vetiver for ALL THE THINGS. Vetiver is my favorite oil, no question, and I love seeing it highlighted. Thank you PT!

  • I know PT is mostly about aromatherapy, but I’m also very interested in natural perfumery. Vetiver is another basic oil to me because of how well it combines with and serves as an excellent fixative for many oils. I love it with Rose and orange sweet with a bit of patchouli in the mix. Many oils are a bit strange at first whiff; then you get to learn how nicely they play with others! Vetiver gets top marks from me.

  • This oil hasn’t been on my radar but after reading this it should be. I am curious to try it for its calming properties and I love anything kidsafe.

  • Thank you for the awesome ideas on how to use this oil. I am new to EO and find it intimidating at times. I also like the tip of mixing it with citrus if I’m not pleased with the smell. That’s something that concerns me when purchasing a new oil.

  • Sounds interesting…I am always on the lookout for new ones to try. I’m a little scared off by the campfire smoke smell, though:-) But it’s always nice to have alternatives to lavender in case I want something that’s not so floral for relaxation. I might have to add it to my next order!

  • Omg this is such a useful post. I have had vetiver for a long time but i wasn’t sure how to use it, except as a base note for my homemade perfumes. Occasionally I also make a rose bergamot vetiver blend, which smells lovely. But these are great ideas. I particularly love that tip on adding it to face washes, i may even try it with a cleanser now 🙂 but considering vetiver is a really thick, strong oil, would u still recommend 1% dilution?

    1. The 1% dilution would be fine for the face using Vetiver, but of course keep in mind that is our MAX recommendation. You can use much less than 1% if that makes you more comfortable, or start with a small amount and work up to 1% if you are finding the lower percentage isn’t making a difference for you 🙂

  • I’m looking forward to getting mine! I wanted it for skincare and after reading this I realize it can help with so much more!

  • I had no idea vetiver had so many uses! I’m buying it today, I can’t live without it any longer! I’m excited to try diffusing it while I study!

  • I bought this oil awhile back and haven’t used it yet. But after reading some of the blogs I think i will try it over my lavender to help me relax. The lavender helps but doesn’t seem to help relax me enough to fall asleep.

  • I love vetiver, but I have the strangest dreams when I diffuse it. Thanks for the other ideas for this awesome oil ds

  • Vetiver is the key oil that helped my boy fall asleep. He struggled with anxiety for years and couldn’t sleep. After adding vetiver to our sleep blend he slept soundly.

  • Vetiver is an amazing oil! It is my favorite way to unwind after a long stressful day. 1 drop vetiver, 1 drop neroli in my diffusser and off to relaxation I go. I never knew it could help with skin, definitely going to try it. Thanks for this blog! So many wonderful ways to enjoy a wonderful oil!

  • I bought Vetiver to help my daughter sleep and so far it seems to have helped her lots, but I am going to have to try a few of the other uses now too. Thanks for the ideas 🙂

  • Vetiver is my go-to oil for sleep, but haven’t used it in skin care blends. I’m going to give it a try. Thanks for the informative article!

  • I can’t wait to try these ideas for Vetiver. I am new to essential oils and just bought some recently. I know I want to blend it and create some custom fragrances for my body care products, but I didn’t know all of Vetiver’s potential aromatherapy uses!

  • I haven’t used this one before but just bought it after realizing that it’s benefits are exactly what I need to add to my collection.

  • I recently bought vetiver to add to my co!lection…I looking forward to using it i for skincare….thank you for all the other uses

  • Thank you! I keep reading about Vetiver, and I’m always wondering if I should buy it. I’m still not sure, but a I have a lot more information now than I did. I wonder if some of the grounding, relaxing effect has something to do with the earthy smell. I always feel more grounded and positive when I’m outside, which has to do with more than just smell, but smell is a powerful influence.

  • Vetiver is absolutely a must have oil. The smoky smell really reminds me of a campfire. I appreciated learning more about it and uses for it besides sleep! And it is amazing for sleep. Thank you once again, Plant Therapy, for educating your consumers.

  • When I first opened my vetiver I did not care for the scent. But I diffused it and absolutely loved it. Now I enjoy the scent right out of the bottle even though it is a strong. I do not recall when I bought my first bottle but I have only been with PT for a year now. Vetiver is the very first oil that I have run out of. I mostly use it for relaxation and sleep. I had no idea it was also good for skin. Thanks for all the great information on my favorite essential oil.

  • I am one of those that wasn’t sure I liked the smell at first. However, now that I have come to realize that it’s Vetiver that helps me sleep so well at night, I love the smell. I look forward to putting a drop or two at my pillow every night. Looking forward to trying some of the other suggestions too.

  • Did not realize it was so good for skin cleansing…I plan on making some cleanser next! Thanks for the info…

  • Thank you SO MUCH for this post. Vetiver is hands down one of my favorite oils and I am THRILLED to have more ideas for using it!!!

  • I love to blend vetiver and lavender in a roller bottle and use it right before bedtime to help me relax and sleep more soundly.

  • Your vetiver is so beautiful. Helped me relieve occasional insomnia, it’s very grounding and soothing. I use it often to distress after a long day at work.

  • I use Vetiver for sleep/calming but I didn’t know it is so great for skin. I’ll have to try it with january’s OOTM!

  • I just found out last night about Plant Therapy. Reading the blog is helping me to understand more about the different oils. Vetiver just might be on my first order.

  • Vetiver is very potent straight from the bottle. I think it smells exactly like a campfire. I’ve only had mine for about 2 days but I’ve been diffusing it with Frankinsence and bergamot for a delightful, calming blend. Mixed with those oils its scent is more balanced and rounded out, a bit different than it did straight from the bottle. I am enjoying it’s unique, earthy aroma

  • Vetiver is such a grounding oil and a little goes a LONG way! I’ve blended it with clary sage and diffused it before bedtime for the whole family. It’s lovely with bergamot too!

  • Use Vetiver frequently for relaxation but did not know it was also useful for face serum and skin products. Good to know!

  • I had no idea vetiver can be used for skin care. I love when PT does spotlight oils so we can all learn more about uses.

  • Been using vetiver a long time for calming, relaxing. I love the smell, to me it’s ‘tangy’. Works wonders! I have an autistic teen and vetiver works to really calm her, like pushing a reset button. I diffuse with orange oil, it’s something everyone can enjoy. Didn’t know about skin benefits, will add some to my facial serum! Thanks PT for great info.

  • I love Vetiver for sleep. Have not tried in my skin care but definitely going to. If you do not have this oil in your arsenal it is a must have.

  • I just used diffused Vetiver last night for the first time, in my children’s room before bedtime. Everyone slept so well, we’ll definitely keep this one in our sleep arsenal!

  • I thought I had already purchased Vetiver, but I can’t find it so I’m definitely taking advantage of the Spotlight offer! I’m going to use in my facial toner along with January OOTM! I can’t wait!

  • I mix a couple of drops of Vetiver with Respir-Aid and diffuse at night when I’m having trouble breathing. It’s one of my favorite smells and it helps me sleep.

  • YES! I just bought this. I am a fan of the scent and find it helpful for sleeping. I will have to try it in a facial cleanser now.

  • Can you still make the face serum if you don’t have Neroli? I love Veviter for sleep but am excited about the other uses!

  • Vetiver is a godsend to my family. I have both an asperger’s child and a very active child. Vetiver has helped both on so many occasions. Thank you for the new ideas. I didn’t know it was good for skincare too. I am off to try it right now.

  • I love Blue Tansy and Vetiver- can’t stand Patchouli. Thanks for the new ideas- can’t wait to try it with my facial care!!

  • Vetiver is one of my favorites to diffuse for sleep. I didn’t know about the other uses and will be trying them out. Thank you.

  • Just got mine in the mail. I’m super excited to try this oil. So many different ways to use this oil, really looking forward to it!

  • I recently purchased vetiver and immediately fell in love. I mix it with lavender and rosemary to diffuse. It is such a lovely scent as one enters my home. I am pleased and amused that my Great Pyrenees likes it so well she will often stick her nose up to the diffuser. She has itchy skin as we work to regulate her thyroid. This blend seems to calm her down a bit.

  • Thanks for this information. I have wanted to try Vetiver but thought it was only good for calming, etc. and I have several oils for that. It is good to know it is excellent for skin care. I will try it.

  • I diffused vetiver for the first time last night. I can’t believe how much it mellowed me out. But about 15 minutes after I stopped diffusing, I was wide awake and couldn’t sleep. Then I tossed and turned with crazy dreams all night. I diffused 1 drop vetiver with 2 drops lavender. I will try just vetiver tonight.

  • Vetiver is my go-to oil when I have trouble falling and staying asleep. Works like a charm and leaves me drooling every time! It definitely lives up to its sedative properties!

  • This is one of my favourites, just ordered my second bottle. Use it for better sleeping, great in a face serum and love to diffuse it with Orange or Lemon or just by itself !

  • So happy this blog post came up! I got a bottle because I herd it was a good one to have thrn only later I didn’t realize what for. Will be passively diffusing tonight!

  • I use this on my son for his ADHD. It really helps him focus better and not bounce off the walls. Love the smell. It’s really relaxing.

  • I just got vetiver a few days ago. I was excited that it has a smoky smell. I am hoping I can add it to a rotation to help with sleep as I have bad insomnia

  • One of my absolute favorite oils for sleep and stress relief. I keep all of my oils in a fridge, and the only downside to one this viscous is it takes a while to warm up enough to come out of the orifice reducer. Just remember to pull it out a good 10 minutes in advance if you keep it in the fridge, too! Lovely oil.

  • Thank you! I recently bought Vetiver and haven’t been too sure what to do with it. Now I have some great ideas to incorporate this unique oil into my routine.

  • I have loved Vetiver for so long. Must be because I need grounding. It is especially wonderful combined with rose. It is an oil I simply cannot do without. It is great as a fixative or on its own.

  • Thank you for giving us ideas with the oils of the week! I love vetiver and can’t wait to make the recipes mentioned in this blog!

  • I just got this oil and I really need to break it out to use. It seems like it will be so beneficial in our house, we really need diffusers. Thank you so much for the information.

  • Really excited to try this one out. Have heard great things about it. Thanks for the tips — will probably try it out diffusing during meditation first.

  • It is such a special powerful oil. Our family use this a lot for sleep or relaxation. Vetiver + amyris is one of my child’s favorite sleep blend, after Nighty Night. My other child likes Hustle & Bustle, another blend with vetiver.

      1. When adding additional EO’s of any type together does this lessen the original use of the main EO. Example: Vetiver (if smell is too woodsy or strong) by adding lavender, cedarwood, etc does that decrease the main effects of great sleep properties from the vetiver as opposed to being used alone? I almost exclusively diffuse all my EO’s as the main use. When diffusing at nighttime should diffuser be set to run constantly or only intermittently to avoid building up tolerance to the oil itself?

        1. Oils are always great to diffuse on their own (with the exception maybe Cinnamon as it is quite strong). But combining oils is a fantastic way to maximize their benefits. By combining oils that share the same therapeutic properties, you can create more complex aromas while enjoying whatever benefits they offer. For example with Vetiver, you could add Lavender and Sandalwood to help create a calming, relaxing atmosphere before bed while helping to mitigate the strong aroma of Vetiver. You can find a couple of great resources on blending essential oils here and here. As for diffusing at night, we recommend using an intermittent setting as you still get all the benefits of your oils and you lessen the risk of ever becoming sensitized to them.

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