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The "real" Lavender comes from the Alpes de Haute Provence, Vaucluse, Drôme ... since it requires, according to experts, at least 600m altitude.
Its wonderful volatile and very slightly camphorized perfume, is well known since ancient times, for its soothing and refreshing properties. The word "Lavender" comes from the verb "Laver" - to wash, which means that since always, Lavender is associated with getting washed!
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For the bath: put a few drops at the bottom of the bath and whisk with the shower head to obtain an abundant foam.
For the shower: put a few drops on a sponge, or a glove, and pass over the body to wash everything. Used as a shower gel, our bath-shower is very economical.
Originating in Provence, lavender is the most beloved essential oil, the most used in perfumery ... Volatile, soft, slightly camphorated, it has multiple properties for the benefits of the skin.
Made from Copra, or residue from Coconut oil, the basic ingredients are 100% of plant origin. Copra oil is rich in Lauric fatty acid which is widely used in soaps and shampoos, for the quality of its foam, as a mild detergent and very mildly irritating.
Also of natural origin, the dyes make it possible to assess the amount of liquid that is poured into the bath or that is put on a washcloth. It is important to dose each dose well, because a little bit is enough to wash and give a lot of foam!
Les Bains-Douche Martin de Candre wash gently, releasing a rapid and abundant foam. Their delicate and suave scents fill the bathroom; composed of natural essential oils, they are not heady on the skin. Abundance and lightness of the foam, delicacy of the perfume ... everything to make the toilet a privileged moment of relaxation.
30ml: Glass bottle
250ml: Crystal PETP bottle with dispensing pump. It has the advantage of being very practical to use, it is light and does not break. On a sink edge, it is stable.