Atlas Cedarwood oil has a peculiar camphoraceous-cresylic, sweet top note and woody low notes. An inexpensive oil, it is used extensively in perfumery due to the low cost and fixative properties. Furthermore, it blends exceptionally well with woods and labdanum products. Some believe Atlas Cedarwood's enchanting aroma can aid in mindful meditation and grounding the spirit. Ancient Parisians had long used Atlas Cedarwood in lotions and shampoos to help prevent hair loss as well.