Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood Hydrosol – Organic
- Distillation Method: Steam
- Country of Origin: United States
- Plant Part: Heartwood
- Latin Name: Santalum paniculatum
- Cultivation: Certified Organic
About the Hydrosol: During our journey to visit our friends at the Sandalwood farm and distillery in Hawaii, we discovered this exquisite hydrosol and knew it was a perfect match for Ananda. It makes a wonderful addition to our hydrosol line, and we are very excited to share it with you. This hydrosol is created through the distillation process of our sustainably grown Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood and acts as a wonderful anti-inflammatory and skin-neutralizer.
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Using Sandalwood in its hydrosol form will solidify its superior moisturizing abilities. Just a few spritzes will calm your skin and your mind. Try sticking it in your refrigerator, it will surely feel wonderful on a hot day!
Sandalwood is known for its skin-neutralizing effects and ability to help skin retain moisture.
Besides its ability to retain moisture, Sandalwood boasts an abundance of skin-care benefits!
It is well known for its powerful anti-aging effects, as well as for its toning and astringent properties.
Since sandalwood's use in skincare has become legendary, it is often seen used in the soaps of many different cultures.
Additionally, Sandalwood possesses disinfectant and antiseptic properties. This hydrosol is an amazing facial toner and aftershave because of its cooling, anti-inflammatory nature, and rich fragrance.
Spray on your face and body to refresh your skin, and apply as needed!
Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood oil is extremely rich, woody, sweet, and full-bodied with long lasting tenacity–a truly fine Sandalwood oil.
Sandalwood is used extensively in perfumery as a base note and fixative. It makes a wonderful natural perfume as a single oil, blends well with almost every other oil, and acts to harmonize blends that need softening without overpowering them.
Generally non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing. Always test a small amount first for sensitivity or allergic reaction.