Botanical Fragrances Roll-On by Yakshi Naturals
Yakshi Naturals Sandalwood Botanical Fragrance (9 ml)
Yakshi Botanical Fragrances are blends of natural and human-made fragrances containing no petrochemicals or mineral oil.
Sanctify Your Life with Scents and Sensuality
The name Yakshi refers to the ancient tree goddess of India. All Yakshi products are, and have always been, made by hand. Terry started 10 years ago in her own kitchen with her children and friends helping her. Yakshi products are now shipped nationwide to retail and wholesale customers.
Roll applicator on skin to apply.
Cocus nucifera (coconut) oil, Opoponax chironium (sweet myrrh) oil, Amyris balsamifera (amyris) oil, Bulnesia sarmienti (guiacwood) oil, Cedrus atlantica (cedarwood) oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil, Pogostemon cablin (patchouli) oil, Cananga odorata (ylang ylang) oil, Juniperus mexicana (cedarwood) oil, Santalum spicata (sandalwood) oil
About Yakshi Naturals
Yakshi Naturals manufactures botanical fragrances.
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Strong smell dont need much. Sexy. Nice to mix with other fragrances too. Easy to carry in purse
This is a pleasant fragrance but not as strong and just not as true to the scent of sandalwood, as I expect sandalwood to be. However if you prefer a 'lighter' fragrance then it's ok. It seems to fade away too soon. It just isn't as 'lasting' as I expect 'earthy' scents to be. It seems to be way too diluted down...
A very good scent, a little goes a LONG way, do not overapply when first using!