Mild soap , cold saponified, 7% overgreasing and without perfume
Properties: Cleans, hydrates, soothes, protects
Uses: Face and body cleanser
Indications: All skin types
100% natural - Cold saponified, 7% overgreasing
Born from a hydrating blend of coconut vegetable oils, calendula and shea butter, this cold saponified soap soothes and protects the skin while ensuring a gentle wash.
Its 7% excess grease with calendula oil guarantees softened skin after cleansing and keeps all the properties of this plant.
In addition, its allergen-free composition makes it ideal for the whole family: children, pregnant and lactating women, everyone can enjoy it!
INCI : Aqua, Olea europaea fruit oil, Brassica campestris seed oil, Butyrospermum parkii butter, Cocos nucifera oil, Sodium hydroxide, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Calendula officinalis flower extract
Olive oil: : Olive oil helps keep the skin in good condition. Rich in vitamins A and E, it is very nourishing and softening. It is also very well tolerated by people with sensitive skin.
Rapeseed oil: : Rapeseed oil is mainly used to hydrate the epidermis. Its richness in vitamin E also offers antioxidant properties.
Coconut oil : Rich in saturated fatty acids, coconut oil deeply nourishes, softens and enhances the skin.
Shea butter: : Shea butter is mainly composed of triglycerides, fatty acids, esters and vitamins (A, D, E). It has softening and softening properties for the epidermis. It protects the skin against external aggressions.
Calendula oil: : Calendula oil is known to repair, nourish and soothe all skin types, even the most delicate and fragile like those of babies. It is a complete oil suitable for the whole family.
Color: pale yellow
To best store your soap, remember to put it on a suitable soap holder after use so that it does not stay wet for too long.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with clean water.
How to use the mild soap?
Multi-use, this soap can be used as a cleanser for the face, body and hands, as a shampoo or shaving foam.
- All skin types, children, pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Cold saponification, what is it? ?
Saponification is a chemical reaction that takes place between two elements, a fatty substance (the oils and butters constituting the soap) and an alkali (lye). During this process the oil and lye will disappear to form soap and glycerin. The chemical reaction does not stop until one of the two components is used up.
We call soap surgras a soap resulting from a saponification during which the lye runs out first. Cold saponification is a slow method that preserves all the properties of the natural ingredients of the soap.
What is overgreasing ?
Now that you know what saponification is, you can easily understand what extra fat is. This is the proportion of oil which is not saponified and which therefore remains in the oil state in the soap. It is this excess grease that will provide softness and nutrition to the skin, thus, no feeling of tightness or dry skin after use.
The expertise of our local soap master
B. Marzal, founder of Ev’Savon and holder of a master soap maker certificate, works with us for the design of local and artisanal production of our range of solid soaps. All of our soaps are handcrafted in France and in small quantities to ensure exemplary product quality. /p>
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