Developed under the Eastern traditional method, this bread of clay is ideal for a refreshing body scrub: Rasul (red clay), mixed with fine sand, ensures a deep exfoliation, but gently with olive oil and Laurel which are the basis of this SOAP. Recommended for oily skin, it can be used for the body and face. Tested under dermatological control.
It is one of the breads of Aleppo, the richest in laurier (35% to 58% of olive oil). It is therefore particularly suitable for sensitive or irritated skin. Cooking to the cauldron, manual cutting, 9 months of drying. No dye, no fragrance, no antioxidant. Tested under dermatological control
The high oil content of laurier (20%) and the total absence of alkaline (0%) make this bread of Aleppo a remarkable SOAP for cleansing of the face and for sensitive skin. Cooking to the cauldron, manual cutting, 9 months of drying. No dye, no fragrance, no antioxidant. Tested under dermatological control.
While the manufacture of vegetable ash SOAP has disappeared since the 18th century, Tadé Pays du Levant, wanted to recreate for you this know-how of antiquity. With the help of Bedouins, he found the famous, shnane, plant Salicornia of the desert, which yields a less aggressive than the soda alkaline ash. Thanks to its traditional cauldron baking and...