Aspic means lavender in Provençal.
Indeed this soap is made in a traditional way with real lavender flowers of the highlands of the Var (Lavender Aspic). Specially designed for cleaning the body in the shower or bath, lavender provides a great feeling of relaxation and relaxation. The rate of surgras of 6% (percentage of non-saponified oils) allows a moisturizing and emollient action (which has the particularity of loosening and softening the skin).
It can be used several times a day without ever pulling the skin or drying the body or hands, it is also very suitable for children over 3 years old.
Its lavender scent is natural and very sweet and made with real Lavender essential oil! Dive into a lavender field.
INGREDIENTS INCI: Ingredients: Sodium Olivate (olive oil) Sodium Cocoate (coconut oil), Aqua (water), Glycerin (natural glycerine) Lavandula Hybrida Oil (Lavandin essential oil), Lavandula Angustifolia Oil (true lavender essential oil), Lavandula Latifolia Flower, (lavender flowers asp) Limonene, Linalool, (molecules naturally presnetes in essential oils) Alkanna Tinctoria Root Extract (natural scent iris root scent)
Aspic soap ingredients are 100% natural:
Organic coconut oil (planting result ethical labeling the absence of animal work): thanks to it the soap Aspic provides a plentiful and soft foam at the same time!
Olive oil first cold pressed: one of the best oils for the skin, ensures softness and respect of the epidermis.
Var lavender lavender flowers: organic planting product without pesticides: provides a natural relaxing and exfoliating action.
Essential oils of lavender and lavandin: Natural and subtle fragrance created by a synergy of 2 essential oils of lavender!
OLIOSCO natural soaps come from cold saponification and are handcrafted with quality raw materials.
The manufacturing process is long and without cooking (slow soap see the MANUFACTURING page), resulting in a qualitative final product but more fragile than industrial soaps.
So Oliosco soaps must be kept away from all moisture (do not leave them in a wet area of your bathtub ... you'll find it melted!) Preferably on a soap dish made of wood or ceramic.