Tulip darwin

Tulipa darwin (L.), Liliaceae

Active substance extract, concrete, absolute, single compound
CAS number  n.a.
Plant part bulbs, leaves or flowers
China list yes
Conditions fresh or dried and crushed
Country of origin the Netherlands



Tulipa darwin, also known as the Dutch tulip, a cultivated plant in the Netherlands, is a flowering plant from the Liliaceae family and used as an active substance in skin care products.

In the Netherlands, over 1000 different varieties of tulips are cultivated, both organic and non-organic, each with its own unique compounds. Some tulips emit delightful fragrances, making the flowers suitable for use in creating scents. Other tulips possess antimicrobial properties, making them valuable as active ingredient in cosmetic products

Many other tulip varieties and species are also available, for example tulip gesneriana and kaufmanniana.



  • fresh flowers
  • dried flowers
  • fresh bulbs
  • crushed and dried bulbs

We can also provide samples of the product throughout the season. Additionally, we have our own laboratory where we can assist in facilitating research progression from biomass extracts to targeted suspects through literature investigation, plant species selection, extraction, fractionation, and purification processes. Employing fraction-guided bio-assays and advanced analytical techniques, we verify the presence and assess the bioactivity of these compounds. For more information, please feel free to contact us!

Additional information



Active substance

absolute, extract

CAS number

not applicable

Plant part

aerial parts, bulbs, flowers

China list


Country of origin

the Netherlands


cosmetics, fragrance