French Artisan Market Soap – Coconut Milk
The coconut milk soap is a soothing, healing and moisturising soap ideal for sensitive skins. Coconut-milk soap can be used to wash hair also and makes a great, inexpensive gift. This traditional French soap is imported by us direct from France.
Coconut Milk itself contains many properties that will improve and protect your skin. Coconut is an excellent topical anti-fungal, helps to heal minor skin abrasions and can be used to treat acne, psoriasis, and eczema.
Origin: Marseille, France.
Authentic: 100% vegetal (vegetable).
Cruelty-Free: Tested on friends, NOT animals.
Suitable For Vegans: Yes.
Enriched With: Organic Shea Butter.
Other: Paraben-free / Silicon-free.
Scented Wth: Grasse fragrances or essential oils.
Packaging: All of our French Soaps are supplied “naked” (not wrapped in plastic).
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 2.5 cm.
Weight: 125 gram.
Sodium palmate, sodium palm kernelate, aqua (water), parfum (fragrance), palm kernel acid, Triticum Vulgare (wheat) Bran, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, glycerin, sodium chloride, tetrasodium etidronate, tetrasodium EDTA, cinnamyl alcohol, coumarin, linalool.
Tip: How To Make Your French Soap Bar Last Longer
There’s something special about finding a bar soap you just absolutely love. But like all good things, you eventually reach the end, but you can learn some tricks to actually make your bar last longer.
1. Use a soap dish with slats, holes or a drainage spout to allow excess water to drain from the bar of soap. View our range of accessories here.
2. Place a sponge or loofah soap cushion in your soap dish, underneath the bar of soap. The sponge will absorb the excess soapy liquid and keep the soap dry. Remember to rinse your sponge regularly.
About These French Artisan Soaps
These beautiful handmade French soaps are triple milled for maximum hardness and fragrance diffusion. Soft and nourishing, these fragrant soaps are a beautiful addition to any bathroom or guest room. Our products are made by local artisans using traditional methods in the Provence region of France, with the exception of the Aleppo soap, which is made in Syria.
Inspired by centuries of traditional master soap-making…
Read our Blog Post on French Artisan soaps here