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Sandalwood Blend (Pell Wall)

3.50 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)

$10.00$75.00

SDS – Sandalwood Blend – PW3272V1

Sandalwood Replacer Blend made by Pell Wall.

An excellent sandalwood replacer, much stronger and more lasting than the natural oil. This base is made up of 22 ingredients including 5 naturals, one of which is Vanuatu Sandalwood.

Note: If you live in the UK or Europe, we would recommend buying this directly from Pell Wall.

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SDS – Sandalwood Blend – PW3272V1

Sandalwood Replacer Blend made by Pell Wall.

An excellent sandalwood replacer, much stronger and more lasting than the natural oil. This base is made up of 22 ingredients including 5 naturals, one of which is Vanuatu Sandalwood.

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5g, 25g, 60g

4 reviews for Sandalwood Blend (Pell Wall)

  1. 5 out of 5

    13aroma13

    Love this. Have used this Sandalwood replacer in several formulations, and it really works beyond all expectations. This one is going on the front row. Thank you Christine.

  2. 3 out of 5

    William

    I expect many home perfumers will be quite happy with how this will complement and fill many blends they already have or are in the process of making. But I perceive it as having many “smell better” ingredients which aren’t per se sandalwood odorants. If wishing sandalwood, PSH’s Sandalwood Indian P&N is a fantastic buy and is true to sandalwood. If wishing aromachemical based sandalwood, I would consider acquiring several and blending them to taste. But again this can be good for a purpose, no doubt.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sindri

    First off, thanks very much for the sample, Christine!

    So, this is a complicated review. I definitely like this scent, but also definitely wouldn’t place it as sandalwood – I can pick out the sandalwood in there, but it has an almost floral-green-fresh quality which feels like it’s due to those “smell better” ingredients William mentions above, and which doesn’t quite fit what you might expect from a sandalwood.

    This definitely works well as a general purpose blender, for which it’s getting 5 stars; but it’s also definitely not something I’d put as “sandalwood”. That being said, I think this works quite well as a replacement for sandalwood alongside florals; it seems to do particularly well alongside muguet and jasmine notes, from what I’ve seen thus far.

    Great blend to use and play with, definitely a good contribution to any organ, but it deserves the caveat that it isn’t quite a “sandalwood”; it feels like a different beast entirely.

  4. 1 out of 5

    -db-

    Ambiguous floral cream, some green, the slightest hint of some bland white wood. Nothing similar to sandalwood here. This is no sandalwood replacer.

    I’d much rather invest in PSH’s summer-of-‘20 Indian Sandalwood Oil than this.

    If you’re building a cosmetic, creamy, ambiguously floral something and you think you want a whisper of white wood, then this can help you with that.

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