Before being individually wrapped by hand, all Martin de Candre soaps come from a long drying period in our workshops where they have been left to dry for months in wooden cases.
This time (6 to 8 months) is part of what will give them all their quality: a more elaborate, well-harmonized fragrance, and a very solid paste that will resist more water and prolong the life of the soap.
You can continue this drying time at home, by placing your soaps in particular in the linen cupboards: they will embalm! Our "regular" customers know that it is always a good idea to have a small stock of soaps at home to use only "very dry" ... because they are much more economical!
Remember: never enclose them in plastic and choose to keep them in a dry and ventilated space, where the ambient temperature varies between 18 and 21 ° C.
Rose is one of the essential oils that could be called the "Grandes Dames" of perfumery! It has innumerable facets that go on forever with most essential oils, sometimes giving mysterious and haunting chords, but always with elegance!
The La Rochère glassworks is the oldest in France still in operation.
It was founded in 1475 by Simon de Thysac, a glass gentleman.
Currently, the family glassworks is managed by Antoine Giraud, and his daughter Cécile Giraud, seventh generation of heirs descended from the glassmakers of Passavant-la-Rochère.
La Rochère and Savonnerie Martin de Candre share the following values:
Authenticity, Know-How, Family and French Crafts!