The Ultimate Skin + Wellness Saviour



Brimming with botanical compounds α-santalol and β-santalol, these natural actives are uniquely abundant in Indian sandalwood, and responsible for the benefits it brings to the mind, body, and spirit.

Thanks to its high α-Santalol content, Indian sandalwood serves as a safe skin + wellness savior that protects against aging factors and environmental threats.

Dating back thousands of years to Ayurvedic skin care, Indian sandalwood has long been recorded and used as a natural beauty ingredient. 


A cult fragrance figure, Indian sandalwood is beautifully complex with a spicy yet sweet sensuality that is at once uplifting + grounding.


Indian sandalwood's distinctive aroma is a slow-burn. Its fixative properties and gradual evaporation rate which makes it the ultimate base note for long-lingering allure.


The warm, woody scent of Indian sandalwood has been proven to ground and relax the mind and body, sought by all spiritualities of India.

Aromatherapy, Ayurvedic massage, fomentation therapy, and meditation are all notable practices in which sandalwood acts as the key agent for inducing a sense of calm and focus. Pilot studies have also found that inhaling Indian sandalwood can help to lengthen the duration of non-REM sleep.


It's said that the spicy, sweet, warm and velvety tones of Indian sandalwood can awaken your sexual desires.

It's been hypothesised that the smell is similar to androsterone - a sex pheromone.

The precious heartwood of the Indian sandalwood tree can be carved into beads, combs, and religious sculptures - all whilst retaining its warm aromatic aroma.

The Hindus of ancient India were the first to engage in widespread use of Indian sandalwood beads or ‘Mala’ to count prayers.

As travellers came through the Indian subcontinent and Indians ventured beyond their borders, the practice of counting prayers on a string of beads spread to other faiths including Buddhism, Islam, Catholicism, Jainism and Sikhism