What is Sacred Sandalwood?

What is Sacred Sandalwood?

This sandalwood variety is native to India and is steam distilled at our partner farm in Australia’s tropical northern outback to ensure its authenticity and purity. Sacred Sandalwood essential oil provides an uplifting, warm, woodsy, and sweet aroma, while offering a variety of  skin benefits.

Product Experience

Sandalwood is a recognizable base note in many perfumes and fragrances. Its distinctly warm and woodsy aroma is the perfect complement to pampering spa treatments, relaxation time, yoga, and meditation. It can also help enhance the natural radiance of healthy-looking skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines   and puffiness.

Product Background

Sandalwood essential oil has long been coveted for its skin-benefiting properties, seductive aroma, and use during spiritual ceremonies. It’s perhaps even more sought-after today than it was in ancient times. Because of this, the purity of Indian Sandalwood essential oil is often compromised due to an expanding black market. To ensure the purest, most authentic oil possible, Young Living’s Sacred Sandalwood essential oil comes from the pristine Santalum album species transplanted from its native home in India to our partner farm in Australia, which has a similar landscape and climate. The Australian plantation follows our strict Seed to Seal® guidelines and maintains award-winning sustainability measures to protect this highly sought-after oil.

How to use Sacred Sandalwood:

  • Add 1–2 drops to your daily moisturizer to promote radiant-looking skin.
  • Apply over your heart or on your wrists to enjoy a warm, sultry aroma.
  • Mix 2–3 drops with V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex for a relaxing massage.
  • Diffuse during meditation to promote feelings  of spirituality.

I hope you enjoy this new oil as much as I am going to!!! It’s already going on my order to be added to my face wipes!!

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