Sandalwood

With its creamy, soft, and warm profile, Sandalwood is a woody note used in fragrance, with trees sourced primarily from India and Australia. 

Sandalwood is a staple in perfumery for its rich, velvety texture that adds depth and sensuality to fragrances, evoking an aura of ancient forests and tranquil temples.

Fragrance Pyramid

Sandalwood usually serves as a Base Note, grounding fragrances with its enduring, rich warmth.

Scent Summary

  • Creamy
  • Rich
  • Woody
  • Smooth
  • Warm

What Does Sandalwood Smell Like?

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Sandalwood in perfumery offers a creamy, woody scent with subtle sweetness and balsamic undertones. Its soothing, velvety aroma adds depth, warmth, and a sense of tranquillity to fragrances.

I love its subtle woody sweetness, which adds an elegant, sensual depth to any scent, especially sandalwood and amber perfumes.

Complementing Notes

Sandalwood’s creamy, rich profile pairs beautifully with various notes.

  • Vanilla: For a sweet, comforting depth.
  • Rose: Adding a floral, romantic elegance.
  • Patchouli: For an earthy, mysterious base.
  • Lavender: Enhancing with a calming, herbal touch.
  • Amber: Creating a warming contrast.
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