"Tie me kangaroo down, Sport!"
Rolf Harris, Sydney
Perfumers and aromatherapists describe the scent of sandalwood as warm, woody, rich, earthy, sensual, exotic, slightly musky, sweet, and spicy.
Not the Endangered Species
Australian sandalwood, Santalum spicatum, gives this bar its distinctive, potent, and pleasant smell, comparable to the endangered Santalum album, Indian sandalwood.
Just in the last 20 years, Australia has grown enough sandalwood to now make this essential oil affordable.
No Dubious Ingredients
If you've used a sandalwood soap before, the fragrance was likely synthetic. We never use artificial fragrances, detergents, colorants, or preservatives in anything we make.
Good for Skin
The Australian Sandalwood bar contains added shea butter to moisturize your skin. Bay laurel leaves give the bar a light brown umber color.
For Long-Time Fans
For years we made a bar with muhuhu, called African sandalwood, but that essential oil has become prohibitively expensive. We think you'll be even happier with this bar.
"Sandalwood evokes fond memories. My father gave me a chess set carved of sandalwood sixty years ago. It still smells amazing after all these years."
Ken Gilberg, Kirkwood, MO
"It is such a pity that one cannot buy them in Europe, though. The people here should see what a good soap is. They spend a lot of money on silly big 'natural Provençe' names when it comes to beauty products."
Ayse Ozler, Mechelen, Belgium