POUTOUN means Kisses in Provençal.
Indeed this soap is made in a traditional way with rosemary picks on the hill in woods without pesticides. Specially designed for cleansing the face of combination and oily skin. The high level of olive oil makes it possible not to strip the skin's protective hydrolipidic film and naturally regulates the production of sebum. Rosemary provides a great feeling of cleanliness and cleansing of the skin. 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) ideal for irritated skin.
It can be used several times a day without ever pulling the skin or drying the face, body or hands, it is also very suitable for children over 3 years old.
Its rosemary scent is natural and very sweet and made with essential oil of Rosemary!
Lou Poutoun soap ingredients are 100% natural:
Organic coconut oil (planting result ethical labeling the absence of animal work).
Olive oil first cold pressed: one of the best oils for the skin, ensures softness and respect of the epidermis.
Rosemary of the Var: harvest in hill in zones without pesticide: gives a natural purifying and soothing action.
Essential oils of Rosemary: Natural and subtle fragrance.
Ingredients: Olive oil, coconut oil, natural glycerin, rosemary essential oil, green clay, crushed rosemary leaves, iris root (natural scent fixator).
INCI Ingredients: Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Aqua, Glycerin, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract, Charcoal Powder, Illite Green Clay, * D-Limonene, * Linalool.
* Molecules naturally present in essential oils.
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.