Skip to main content
Free shipping on orders over $55USD
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap
Home in Provence | Lavender Soap

Home in Provence | Lavender Soap

$268.13

Immerse yourself in the tranquil scent of Lavender essential oil, reminiscent of the lavender fields that adorn the Provencal landscape, which reminds me of my hometown in Provence, South of France.

Crafted for all skin types, including dry, oily, and sensitive skin, this soap offers a soothing and cleansing experience. Rich in antioxidants, it provides anti-aging benefits while gently nourishing your skin. Additionally, it can assist in managing various skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis.

Ingredients: Saponified Coconut oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Lavender (Lavendula Angustifolia) Essential Oil, Olive Green Australian Clay. 

Net weight: each soap varies between 115g and 130g

Being handmade and unique, the color, weight, and appearance may vary a little bit from the pictures.

Frequently Asked Questions

In order to make soap, we need a chemical reaction called “saponification” by mixing oils with sodium hydroxide.

The cold process method consists in letting the soap cure for 4 to 6 weeks before using it. This is when the sodium hydroxide and water will evaporate in order for us to use the soap bar on our skin safely.

By not heating the soap we can keep the oils and essential oils intact and receive their therapeutic benefits.

Keep your soap on a well drained soap holder to prevent water from gathering under the soap.

When not in use, keep your soap away from water and shower spray.

Use a wash cloth to prolong the lifespan of your soap.

Let the soap air dry between uses.

The answer is all about the ingredients. To make soap, we actually just need oils + sodium hydroxide + water. Most "soaps" we can find in supermarkets and stores, often have chemical detergents, hardeners (to make your soap last longer) and synthetic lathering agents. Our skin will absorb these added ingredients, and being our largest organ, a handmade soap can be a better option.

Our soaps are originally body soaps but they can be used on the face too. For sensitive skins we recommend our unscented soaps (such as the Moringa soap, the Minimalist soap with almond milk, etc). Please research about your skin condition and/or allergies first if you have any, before using our products.

It is said that soap is like wine: it becomes better with age. The longer you keep a soap, the longer it will last when you will use it. Of course, the scent will fade away and will become lighter but the quality of the soap will be great or even better.