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Santalum spicatum

Sandalwood has a deep, nutty and earthy aroma with a pronounced woody finish. When aged this essential oil becomes the finest of all woody scents. Sandalwood’s history goes back to ancient times when it was used as an oil or an incense for spiritual inspiration. The oil is steam distilled from the branches and twigs of sandalwood trees.

Sandalwood is one of the most valuable essential oils on the market. There are at least five species of sandalwood trees used to make essential oil, several of which are endangered.

The eco-project that we source from will never sell oil from any endangered species due to our strong commitment to organics and ecological sustainability. Santalum spicatum, also known as Australian Sandalwood, is organically grown and sustainably harvested.

Blending Recommendations: Australian Sandalwood has a rich, woody, smoky scent with sweet heart notes that compliment its balsamic base tones. Sandalwood stays on the skin longer then most oils and has a dry-woody aroma once it is set. It blends well with any essential oil. Recommended Dilution: 1-10%; 6 – 60 drops per ounce

Aromatic Profile:

  • Perfumery Note: middle to top
  • Odor: deep, musky, earthy 
  • Strength of Initial Aroma: medium
  • Blends Well With: Rose and Neroli; wood oils like Frankincense and Cedarwood; woody, earthy-note oils such as Patchouli and Vetiver; with floral oils such as Jasmine Sambac and Ylang-ylang
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Australian Sandalwood

Experience the calming and invigorating effects of Sandalwood essential oil. Used for meditation and spiritual purposes for thousands of years, this oil can be rubbed on beads, diffused in a room, or added to lotions and creams for glowing, even-toned skin. Its deep, intoxicating scent blends well with other luxurious oils like rose, helichrysum, or frankincense for a fresh and uplifting aroma.

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