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Cedarwood Perfume

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The Most Important Wood In Perfumery

Cedar is a coniferous tree indigenous to North Africa, the Middle East, and the Himalayas. Fast forward to today, however, and you can find these 100-foot woody behemoths all over the world. The tree itself has a special place in many cultures, having been used for both spiritual (the Cherokee, for example, believed that cedarwood held human spirits) and utilitarian (Romans used cedar tree trunks in ship construction because they were rot-proof and extremely durable) purposes.

Cedarwood perfume oil is arguably one of the most popular ingredients in modern-day perfumery. Aromatically reminiscent of evergreen woodlands, cedarwood has a soft, dry, woody scent – one that’s, unsurprisingly, heavy on resin and terpenes nuances. It’s primarily used as a base note, although it can also be used to great effect in a perfume’s top and middle notes. As for compatibility, cedarwood lends a warm and inviting presence in both floral and citrus blends, and combines superbly with woody notes such as pine, patchouli, and sandalwood for a delightful woodsy aroma.

In aromatherapy, cedarwood perfume’s woody, balsamic properties provide a grounding and stabilizing effect. Its smell is known for having stress-relieving properties – one that helps to relax and calm the mind while promoting concentration and focus. This makes cedarwood the perfect scent for trying to get some work done, or simply for tuning out of the daily grind of life.

Cedarwood-Scented Perfumes

Embrace the warmth of richly aromatic cedarwood and rid yourself of all of your worries. Here at Dossier, you’ll find inspired expressions of the world’s most popular cedarwood-scented perfumes, including iconic blends like Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Eau de Toilette for women, featuring a wonderful floral summer freshness offset by a woody, amber, and musk base. You’ll also find cedarwood in Maison Francis Kurkdjian’s Baccarat Rouge 540 Eau de Parfum. This rather abstract fragrance opens with a brief saffron-infused orange accord, followed by its distinct fruity-floral accord, before finally settling on its warm, woody base of cedarwood and amber. It definitely smells (and is) expensive. Then there’s Le Labo Fragrances’ iconic Santal 33 Eau de Parfum. Initially powered by a floral haze of iris and violet, in the dry down is where this cult classic truly shines – amber, sandalwood, cedar, and a hint of ever-prevalent spicy cardamom come together to create something sharp, woody, and wholly unique.

Shop The Best Cedarwood Perfumes At Dossier

Smitten by the aromatic essence of cedarwood? Then you’ll definitely fall in love with our inspired expressions! Dossier’s high-quality, authentic perfume dupes provide a stunning sensory experience with no compromises on health or scent; while at the same time giving you the best performance you can imagine. Go beyond cheap imitations and capitalize on our catalog of the best cedarwood perfume dupes – each one better than the last.