Liquid Marseille Soap Winter Spices 495ml
Limited edition Liquid Marseille Soap in autumn colours and a comforting fragrance.
Formula based on high-quality vegetable oils produced by a long hot saponification process. This manufacturing method releases an excess of free plant oils in the product, which provide softness and hydration for the skin of the body and hands.
98% ingredients of natural origin
Pump once or twice, pour onto damp hands, work into a gentle lather then rinse thoroughly with clean water.
Gentle formula suitable for frequent washing of body skin and hands.
INGREDIENTS : (WATER), POTASSIUM COCOATE, GLYCERIN, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), HYDROXYETHYLCELLULOSE, POLYGLYCERYL-3 CAPRYLATE, TETRASODIUM GLUTAMATE DIACETATE, COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL, POTASSIUM OLIVATE, PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS (SWEET ALMOND) OIL, VITIS VINIFERA SEED OIL, TETRASODIUM EDTA, TOCOPHEROL, DISODIUM PHOSPHATE, POLYSORBATE 60, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL, OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) FRUIT OIL, SODIUM PHOSPHATE.
A spicy green woody fragrance created in Grasse, where the purity of Mediterranean pines combines with the warm notes of patchouli and cinnamon.
Top notes: Conifer, moorland pine, lime
Heart notes: Siberian pine, cinnamon, fir balsam
Base notes: Patchouli, moss, pine resin
SWEET ALMOND OIL FROM VALENSOLE
Rich in omega 6 and 9, sweet almond oil nourishes and softens the skin.
Almond trees start to blossom from March. The fruits soak up the sun over summer, and the almonds are finally harvested in October. They're sorted by hand to ensure a rigorous selection process, then made into an oil that's renowned for its soothing and softening properties, especially when used on dry and sensitive skin.
The Jaubert family has been passing down skills and knowledge for generations on the Valensole plateau in Provence.
Rich in fatty acids, antioxidant polyphenols and vitamins, olive oil both nourishes and protects the skin.
The olives used to make this oil are picked on the Château Virant estate, then immediately taken to the oil mill to be processed. The first cold pressing method is used to extract the oil. This ensures that the natural antioxidant properties of the olives are preserved as much as possible.
Lançon de Provence, at the Château Virant estate, where the Cheylan family has been practising and passing down the same skills for generations.
Coconut (or copra) oil is made from dried coconut flesh. Rich in lauric acid, it has excellent foaming properties, and gives our liquid soaps their rich, creamy texture.
It makes a very good alternative to sulphate surfactants, as it cleanses without being harsh on the skin.
Glycerine is derived from the saponification of vegetable oils and obtained during the traditional soapmaking process, using a cauldron.
It's able to hold several times its weight in water, which makes it an excellent moisturizing ingredient.
Let the festive season begin!
La Compagnie de Provence is unveiling two new limited editions in winter colours and comforting fragrances. Because winter in Provence is the perfect season to enjoy the lights and unparalleled scenery of the Provençal countryside, let's go and enjoy a winter warmer than ever!
Traditionally saponified in a cauldron, this superfatted soap enriched with plant oils from Provence gently cleanses the skin. Ultra-practical, it comes in a pump bottle that delivers just the right amount. Gentle on the skin, it is formulated without sulphates and naturally glycerinated. It's so gentle that you can use it to wash your body as well as your hands.
Perfect for enjoying its festive fragrance even more!
How does it work ?
It's time to lather up!
Press down on the pump once or twice, dispense the product into your wet hands, gently work up a lather, then rinse well.
The little thing that makes a big difference:
A gentle, moisturizing formula that's ideal for washing the hands and body frequently.
For all the family, from age 3 upwards. The glass bottle can be refilled with our 1-litre refills.
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