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Douce Nature Aleppo soap with Red Clay 100gr

Douce Nature Aleppo soap with Red Clay 100gr

Price 3,50 £
Quantity :    TOTAL : £
Size 100 gr
Rating No rating
Ref DOU023736
Since High Antiquity, this soap, ancestor of Marseille soap, has been made in Aleppo (Syria), with a traditional manufacturing process, used for thousands of years: slow cooking in a copper kettle.

Its secret is the combined use of olive oil and laurel berry oil.
Made in Aleppo (Syria) and distributed by Douce Nature.

The olive oil nourishes and softens the skin, while the laurel berry restores the hydrolipidic protective film on the skin. It also has antiseptic and disinfecting properties.

In the Orient, it is recommended for the care of dry and fragile skins, and is known for treating eczema and dandruff.

Brand : Douce Nature

Origin/made in : Syria

INCI ingredients :
Sodium Olivate, Red Clay, Laurus nobilis (laurel), Aqua (water), Sodium Hydroxide.

Characteristics :
100% natural
No colouring agent, synthetic fragrance or preservative
Softening, antiseptic
Perfumes the laundry
No chemical soda
No animal fats
Each soap batch is systematically analysed in the Aleppo University laboratory
Guaranteed without EDTA or added palm oil.

Use :
Aleppo soap can be used as a shampoo (once or twice a week)
Anti-moth : place a piece of soap in your wardrobe to prtect your clothing
It is excellent for the face, the body, and to clean babies gently and naturally.
It is also excellent for the hair and shaving. The olive oil softens, nourishes and moisturises the skin.
It is recommended for acne, eczema, psoriasis, cradle cap, dry skin, dandruff. Aleppo soap is suited to all skins, even the most sensitive. It leaves a gentle protective film.

Douce Nature Aleppo soap's manufacturer has received the "best soap" european award in 2001 (in Paris), in 2002 (in Geneva), in 2003 (in Frankfurt) and in 2004 (in Geneva).