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  • French Soap in Box - Lavender Versailles

French Soap in Box - Lavender Versailles

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Made in France
Sold at the Palace of Versailles and the Louvre

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Welcome to the world of the Queen's bedroom! We have chosen to illustrate this universe with an adorable Versailles lavender scented soap bar and its case of gilding and floral motifs.

We created this soap scented with Versailles lavender fabrics to illustrate the silks and fabrics that make up the Queen's bedroom!

Versailles fabric soap: Adorable lavender-scented soap, enriched with organic shea butter. Find a whole world of refinement in this little object full of desire! The lavender scented soap is part of the “royal” collection from Senteurs de France. Treat yourself to Versailles! What if you lived like a queen!

Original pattern of a fabric inspired by the 18th century. Hot-gilded case. Perfume of Grasse. Soap made in Haute Provence . Product 100% made in France.

Enclosed in Versailles.

100 grams

Olfactory description: Agreste / floral

Head: blood orange, fresh, lavandin

Heart: lavender, rose

Base: woody, pine

Composition: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Aqua/Water, Palm Kernel Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Glycerin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter*, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Sodium Chloride, alpha_isomethyl ionone, eugenol.

*Ingredient from organic farming

A little history of the “Queen’s tissues” soap:

Senteurs de France is based in Versailles. So it’s no surprise to offer products on the themes of Versailles, Marie-Antoinette….

I wanted to offer a product that was reminiscent of Marie-Antoinette's bedroom. I met Atelier Avril and it is thanks to her talent as an illustrator that this idea was able to see the light of day. Also from Versailles, she immediately joined my illustration project on the theme of Versailles. I had 18th century fabric patterns in mind and we were inspired by one of his patterns to create the composition.

As for the scent, I chose a sunny lavender. Thanks to close collaboration with my perfumer from Grasse, we worked on a slightly lemony note of lavender which gives a fresh and light smell as the Queen loved it!

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