Made from 100% vegetal oils, this surgras liquid soap is cooked in a cauldron in the purest Marseille tradition.
97% of the total ingredients are from natural origin
Miel : Flower and sweet perfume: creamy Honey sweetened with Almond blossom and Sandalwood.
This liquid soap gently cleanses hands and body while respecting the natural balance of the skin.
Surgras hand and body soap. Avoid contact with the eyes. In case of contact with eyes: rinse cautiously with water for several minutes.
It is not only because of its precious aroma, nor simply because it meets all the trends of organic ingredients that Panier des Sens has chosen Honey as a natural active ingredient. It is because we know that to feed the hive and resist the weather, bees make from the pollen of trees and flowers, precious elements for cosmetics such as royal jelly, propolis and pollen, rich in vitamins, minerals, sugars and other essential nutrients.
ORGANIC HONEY FROM PROVENCE Honey Extract is obtained from the nectar of flowers from our region. Its moisturizing power comes largely from the natural floral water it contains, nearly 10%. It also contains many minerals and vitamins essential to our skin.
COCONUT OIL The queen of vegetal oils, Coconut oil is composed of 90% fatty acids, but also vitamin E, vitamin K and iron. Cold pressed, its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties give it protective and nourishing properties, and also helps against skin ageing. 100% natural, it leaves the skin softened, moisturized and deeply nourished.
ORGANIC HONEY FROM PROVENCE LOCAL PARTNERSHIP AND TRACEABILITY OF INGREDIENTS In order to ensure an irreproachable quality to the products and to preserve a unique agricultural heritage, Panier des Sens partners with local craftsmen and harvesters to develop and encourage a reasoned, organic agriculture. The goal is to preserve local essences that make up the richness of this region.
The organic Honey of Provence is harvested with respect for the environment, without synthetic pesticides and herbicides, respecting the strict constraints of the independent label "ECOCERT"