Sand Aoud smells nothing like Black Aoud.
Sand Aoud opens with tart blackcurrants and dusty spice, probably nutmeg or cardamom along with saffron. The fruit note fades very quickly and for me the fragrance is dominated by the spices, backed by a touch of incense and softened lightly by a delicate rose.
It eventually dries down to a sweet, musky, spicy base where the dominant notes are vanilla and musk. The spices linger in the base but have mellowed and are more integrated into the whole.
Oud is used lightly. It can be detected in the middle stage and in the drydown, but plays second fiddle to the other notes, providing sort of a background "drone" rather than contributing to the melody. I suppose the "Band-Aid" smell is there, but is difficult to separate from the tiny bit of patchouli, which floats around in there somewhere, and the incense.
Sand Aoud isn't, for most of its life, a soft fragrance. It's rather forward and slightly aggressive due to the spices and incense, and while it softens during the final stage, it never reaches a smooth, creamy, dreamy texture.