- Sandalwood has a distinctive soft, warm, smooth, and milky precious-wood scent.
- Sandalwood Sticks/powder/paste is integral to Indian rituals and ceremonies, to mark religious utensils, and to decorate the icons of the deities.
- It is also used as a Medicinal ingredient in many Herbal Medicines and is also used in many Beauty products too.
- Sandalwood in all its form [powder, oil, paste, sticks] is used in all Daily Traditional practices in Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Sufism, also in Chinese & Japanese rituals. Unlike many other aromatic kinds of wood, Sandalwood can retain their fragrance for decades.
How do you use sandalwood powder?
Sandalwood powder works well for all types of skin for revamping skin beauty and glow. Mix one teaspoon of sandalwood powder with one teaspoon of besan flour, turmeric powder and rose water to a fine paste and apply well over the skin and let it stay for 15-20 minutes and wash well.
Does sandalwood powder expire?
Sandalwood powder does not expire. However, its colour and odour might change with time, if not stored properly, due to moisture. Always store in dry air tight container.