Pure and rooted in nature

Oak organic quality guarantees

At Oak organic, our focus in placed squarely on improving your well-being, a task in which aromas can play an important part. We offer a wide range of products that will give your body and mind the care and attention they need. But what makes our products so special?

100% pure, natural and organic

No additives or chemical processing

100% unadulterated


100% authentic

Not reconstructed
Not deterpenated

100% traceable

Botanical identification and biochemical specification according to chemotype

Aromatherapy developed in Belgium

With Oak organic, our aim is to put a Belgian brand of aromatherapy products firmly on the map. You can obtain these products through your local pharmacy.

The Oak organic range contains pure, single products, such as essential oils and vegetable (skin) oils. In addition, we also offer more complex and innovative products, like ready-to-use synergies, massage oils, roll-ons and aroma sprays.

Every product has been developed with great care and attention for maximum sustainability and effectiveness.

Quality guarantees

The products made by Oak organic are 100% pure, natural and organic. Nothing is added to them and they are not subject to any chemical processing. We seek to achieve purity in every single drop.

Our products are also 100% unadulterated. The essential oils are not modified, cut (= mixed with other essential oils), diluted or rectified (= adjusted to a standard composition by means of chemical products or redistillation to increase the concentration of certain components).

The products are 100% authentic. They are not reconstructed and their terpene content is not removed.

Last but not least, the essential oils are identified botanically and are specified biochemically according to chemotype. Detailing the chemotype is useful, because the composition of an essential oil can vary significantly depending on the climate in which the host plant was grown and its geographic origin

"We seek to achieve purity in every single drop"

- The R&D team at Oak organic

Analyses and tests

Every product that we make is carefully checked to ensure that it meets our high standards of quality. We do this by carrying out a number of different tests.

  • First, we carry out a chemical analysis using gas chromatography. This helps us to determine the composition and the proportions of the components in the product.

  • Next, we carry out a number of physical analyses, such a measuring of the density, the refractive index and the optical rotation. These measurements give us important information about the properties of the product.

  • Finally, we carry out an organoleptic test. This assesses the aroma and flavour of the product, so that we can be certain that it meets the norms that we have set.

In this way, we can guarantee that every batch of our products meets our strict quality standards.

Our packaging

Know what you are buying

Choosing the right botanical species and the right part of the plant, grown in a particular location, are all key determining factors for aroma, flavour, colour and other properties of an essential oil. For this reason, it is important that all these things are mentioned on the packaging, so that you know exactly what you are buying.

  • The exact botanical species

    The use of the correct Latin name on the packaging avoids (potentially dangerous) confusion that can be caused by incorrect or incomplete names. To simply say, for example, that a product contains 'the essential oil of eucalyptus' is vague and imprecise! There are a number of different kinds of 'eucalyptus oil', such as Eucalyptus globulus, Eucalyptus radiata and Eucalyptus citriodora, each of which has its own different components and properties.
  • The part of the plant that is used

    The part of the plant used to extract the oil is important, especially for species where different parts of the plant produce different essential oils. This is the case, for example, with Citrus aurantium ssp. amara – the bitter orange – where the leaf, peal and leaves all yield different oils.

  • The country of origin

    Different countries of origin can mean different climate, soil, altitude, etc. This means that the same plant grown in different regions can yield oil with a different composition or chemotype.

  • The chemotype

    Chemotypes indicate the most characteristic component of a plant species. This is the case, for example, with rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ct. cineol, Rosmarinus officinalis ct. camphor, Rosmarinus officinalis ct. verbenone) and thyme (Thymus vulgaris ct. linalool, Thymus vulgaris ct. thymol, Thymus vulgaris ct. carvacrol).

  • The extraction method

    For example, by steam distillation or cold pressing.

Natural protection: our Miron violet glass bottles

To maintain the quality of our products for as long as possible, we use only the very best storage and packaging options. Keeping the product in the right way ensures an optimal shelf life. For this reason, we use bottles made from 100% recyclable Miron violet glass. This is the only type of glass in the world that is able to filter the rays of the sun. It allows beneficial rays to pass through, but blocks the passage of harmful rays. In contrast to traditional glass bottles, Miron violet glass only allows itself to be penetrated by a certain spectrum of light; namely, violet light and infra-red light.

Miron violet glass protects and extends the ‘useability’ of natural products. This means that the essential and vegetable oils stored in such bottles retain their power, aroma, colour and texture.

However, this technology goes much further than offering simple protection against the harmful effects of light. It also protects the biophotonic activity of natural products, such as essential oils. Biophotones are electromagnetic waves of light emitted by living organisms. They carry information that is essential for many biological processes and are therefore vital for our health and well-being. It has been proven that the biophotones in essential oils play an important role in the self-healing capacity of the body, whilst at the same time also improving emotional balance. Miron violet glass, with its unique properties, serves to protect these beneficial biophotones. Its ability to selectively allow the passage of only certain kinds of light ensures that the essential oil is safeguarded against the harmful influences of visible light.

Aromatherapy in practice

Essential oils can be used in different ways: internally or externally and via diffusion or massaging into the skin. It is important to always use the right dose and to follow the safety recommendations with care.

All user info

Enjoying aromatherapy safely

Natural essential oils are highly concentrated and need to be used with care. Read here about the precautions that you need to follow, so that you can enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy in complete safety.

Safety precautions