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  • French Soap in Box - Violet Versailles Masked Ball

French Soap in Box - Violet Versailles Masked Ball

$12.00 $9.60 Excl. tax

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

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Welcome to the world of the masked ball! Discover our adorable Versailles violet “masquerade ball” scented soap. Its decorated case is so typical of 18th century masked balls!

We created this purple masked ball scented soap to complete our Versailles range.

Indeed, what could be more magical than the masked balls of the time!

Our soap is made in the south of France. Thanks to the know-how and tradition of the soap makers of Provence .

100 grams

Olfactory description: violet / floral

Head: bergamot, lemon, fruity, galbanum

Heart: violet, pink

Background: white flowers

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

Little history of the masked ball scented soap:

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

For a while now I've been thinking about offering a product that reminds me of a masked ball. I met Alice 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 the masked ball. I had the 2 characters in mind. By mutual agreement we added the little cat for a little more fantasy and modernity to the design. I really enjoyed working with Alice. She showed a lot of involvement. His work is the result of extensive research on the chosen theme.

Let's talk about the perfume: why the violet you ask me? First of all, we had to offer a perfume that did not exist in our range and a perfume appreciated by Marie-Antoinette. The Queen appreciated floral, light and delicate scents. Of course rose was her favorite scent and violet was also one of her favorite scents. I worked with our perfumer from Grasse who offered me what he called “the queen's boudoir”. And here is the birth of the masked ball soap!

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