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Flower Distillation 

Our process of steam distillation of flowers and plants is carried out in accordance with the traditions and craftsmanship acquired over generations and several decades.

Each flower is harvested by hand and grouped into heaps ready to be distilled in the still. These fresh flowers will be placed on a perforated tray located on the upper part of the tank and the floral waters will flow from the water of condensation recovered at the level of the essencier of the still.

These floral waters or hydrolats contain the most subtle elements of the plant. They are soaked with a fraction of fragrant molecules, which adapts to all skin types and has fewer contraindications.  


That's why, we chose to perfume our soaps with hydrosols and not with essential oils or any other concentrated perfumes.

PS : the hydrosol has been considered since Antiquity as a "noble" aromatic product🌿

Cold saponification 

Our soaps are made by the cold saponification method.  It is an ecological, economical, ethical and responsible process, where the raw materials are not cooked, which allows the preservation of of the components benefits.

It is devoid of synthetic additives and does not generate discharges into the environment.

It consumes fewer energy and requires a certain patience. In fact, the preparation of the soaps lasts between 8 to 12 weeks in order to allow a prolonged period of use.

Cold saponification makes a soap rich in noble oils which keep all their nutritive qualities allowing a real soft care while respecting the sensitivity and the balance of the skin.

Glycerin, which is a naturally formed substance during saponification, is the moisturizing and nourishing agent for the skin. It allows gentle cleansing, thus respecting the hydrolipidic film of the skin.  

Our soaps are ecological, zero waste and totally biodegradable 🌍  

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