The 3 Daily Use Soaps Pack, 3x100g
Find daily use soap in the pack Three daily use soaps.
Suitable for all skin types, the Daily Soap by La Baigneur is handmade in France using the finest organic ingredients such as shea butter, coconut oil, and vitamin-rich rapeseed oil to nourish and moisturise the skin. It is delicately fragranced with pure essential oils rosemary, lavender, and Cedar Atlas of Morocco, and it has a delightful floral aroma with the slightest hint of chocolate.
Using the traditional cold process soap making method, this time-honoured and energy-efficient process allows to save the nourishing properties of vegetable oil and get a rich glycerine soap who respect the hydrolipidic film of your skin.
Gently lather onto wet skin. Rinse thoroughly.
To make the most of your soap, place it in a soap dish after each use to allow the water to drain off and the soap to dry.
SUNFLOWER OIL 5% SURGRAS - The oil extracted from sunflower seeds is rich in unsaturated fatty acids (linoleic acid) and vitamin E. It is nourishing, moisturizing and has regenerative and anti-oxidising capacities.
NATURAL FRAGRANCE - Delicately scented with essential oils from the Mediterranean coast: The essential oil of Lavender (Provence) with toning virtue, essential oil of Rosemary (Spain) with relaxing virtue, the essential oil of Cedar (Morocco) with soothing and comforting virtues.
Why we love it
No palm oil, No paraben, silicon, paraffin or PEG, No animal testing, No artificial colours or perfume, No genetically modified ingredients.
"The first soaps were created by a craftsman while I did the packaging and sales. Then I trained as a soap maker".
Since 2012, combining efficiency and traditional know-how, Le Baigneur aims to be a responsible company through 100% recyclable packaging and the use of natural products.
The Nature & Progrès label is the association's trademark. It guarantees food and cosmetic products that respect the environment, people and animals. It is based on its own specifications and the commitment of its members through a charter.