Lough Ouler- Rose & Sandlewood

Lough Ouler- Rose & Sandlewood

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Be Kind To Your Heart

The mixed scent of Sandalwood and Rose brings you to the heart of nature by offering a woody and flowery scent for femininity and absolute sensuality. When the sweet scent of Rose blends with the woody scent of Sandalwood, it creates a unique and enchanting ambience. Often Sandalwood is associated with a masculine smell which brings this creation into an abundance of balance between the masculine and feminine, opening the heart chakra and creating peace of mind and tranquillity. A beautiful blend of earth and flower.

Lake Ouler (Love Heart Lake)

The lake of Love, nestled up the Wicklow Way lies Tonlagee mountain a great feat for any hiking enthusiast, at its feet is the glorious love heart lake (Lake Oulier). A true wonder of the world, a result of a distant time of the ice age, this valley has left us this beautiful treasure the heart-shaped lake. We absolutely had to match this incredible luxury incense blend with this location. A place of love and a place to open your heart.


Sandalwood induces relaxation and calmness, promotes positive thinking and clarity and aids concentration. It is also believed to boost memory. Sandalwood was first used by the Egyptians to embalm their mummies, It was also used by Muslims of India during Funeral ceremonies. They placed a censor containing sandalwood at the feet of the deceased to allow the soul to rise. Sandalwood would often be used when sickness enters a home or space to clear it out.


Rose is can lower stress levels and lower heart rate levels, the aroma of rose has been shown to have anti- depressant benefits as it is traditionally used to calm and uplift. Fossils have shown that the rose originated in Central Asia around 35 million years ago. Thanks to its unique beauty and scent, it was adopted by early civilizations such as the Chinese, Egyptians and Romans.

“They lived and laughed and loved and left.” James Joyce