Santalum Album - SANDALWOOD
Sandalwood trees are fragrant, wild, hardy leafy specimens that grow in Mysore, India. Its wood was used frequently in the construction of temples, which to this day retain their penetrating aroma. Sandalwood oil has a tradition of more than 4,000 years as a remedy for some ailments, and is a common fixative in perfumery. It is also present in Hindu and Buddhist rituals, either to create the bindi with its paste or to make incenses.
You will like it if ... you are woody and captivating aromas.
Capacity: 190 ml - 6.4 Fl.oz
Duration: 8/12 weeks
Bottle dimensions: H: 12.5 cm Ø: 6.5 cm
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR DIFFUSER
- The rattan sticks diffuse the perfume by capillary action for a constant and light diffusion.
- On the first use, for immediate release, soak the rattan sticks in the bottle and turn them over so that the scented part of the sticks is out of the bottle.
- For continuous diffusion, flip the sticks for the first two weeks of use and then every four days until complete evaporation of the perfume.
- Changing the number of bars allows you to modify the intensity of the perfume.
- The diffusion of the perfume will last between 8 and 12 weeks. This duration may vary depending on the size of the room where the fragrance diffuser is located, the ambient temperature, the diffuser's exposure to direct sunlight and drafts, which increases the evaporation of the perfume.