Collection: Sandalwood – Buy room fragrance & scented candles
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Scented candles with sandalwood
Scented candles with a note of sandalwood are particularly suitable for the cold season. In autumn or the run-up to Christmas, they are a classic winter scent that fills your home with a warming, sweet note - a puristic essence that you will soon no longer want to be without. For your well-being, you benefit above all from the calming and relaxing effect of sandalwood oil - perfect for cozy winter evenings when the woody balm of the scented candles pushes stressful everyday moments into the background.
Fragrance capsules with sandalwood
The creaminess of sandalwood also cuts a fine figure in our AIR PEARLS diffusers : with the right fragrance capsule , your home becomes a sensual oasis of well-being. You can also add sandalwood flavors to our car clips . Whether ipuro blanc or noir – your car is part of your identity, perfectly accompanied by the right scent.
Room fragrance with sandalwood
Sandalwood also unfolds its captivating potential in room fragrances . In Ayurveda, it has long been used in incense sticks and is a central essence in aromatherapy. Anyone who has ever traveled to India will long remember the omnipresent presence of sandalwood oil on the subcontinent.
A room scent with sandalwood always creates an inspiring atmosphere - a unique composition for more creativity, concentration and clarity. Sandalwood is also good in the bedroom: the essential oil has been said to have a strong aphrodisiac effect for thousands of years.
Room fragrance with sandalwood and patchouli
Every now and then sandalwood and patchouli are confused with each other, but the difference is clear: patchouli has a significantly heavier and more intense scent. Together, the two exotic scents create a particularly rich and complex composition, realized for example in the ipuro noir scented candle, which is also enriched with coconut and eucalyptus.
Sandalwood – origin and history
Sandalwood is one of the most popular fragrances of all and impresses with its warm, exotic and masculine note. Real sandalwood is obtained from various trees of the genus Santalum - a tree that is originally native to India. Since the populations of the precious tree are considered endangered worldwide, sandalwood is often produced synthetically - this prevents deforestation and ensures a better carbon footprint. In addition, real sandalwood is very expensive because a tree only produces the typical essential oils after 25 years. The oil then has to be distilled from the wood in a complex process. A ton of real sandalwood is therefore traded for almost €100,000 today.
White, yellow or red? The types of sandalwood at a glance
When people talk about sandalwood, it is often not clear which wood it is. The real sandalwood tree (Santalum album) produces yellow and white sandalwood - the difference here is the color of the wood. From a botanical point of view , red sandalwood, on the other hand, does not belong to the sandalwood tree genus, but comes from the Pterocarpus santalinus. This red sandal also comes from India and is not related to the sandalwood tree.