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Monday, April 29, 2013

Santalia by Roger et Gallet c 1955

Santalia was launched in 1955 by Roger et Gallet. Most people might remember it better as a  hair oil. It was very popular in India.

SANTALIA Roger & Gallet Paris - ochranná známka

So what does it smell like? It was a feminine scent which I describe as a woody citrus. I have no official notes so I will use a vintage perfume nip and tell you what I can detect. First there is a burst of aldehydes, tuberose and mandarin orange, then a shot of lemon and bergamot all layered over sandalwood and vetiver.

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