Shea Butter Soap
From a Monastery Perched Above the Valley of the Durance. Soap from the Luberon.
This very fine and long-lasting soap utilises the lipid-regulating effect of the shea butter. Like all other soaps from Ganagobie, this one is also boiled exclusively from vegetable fats. The late Romanesque monastery complex of Ganagobie had been empty for a long time until the Benedictines of Hautecombe decided to locate there 25 years ago. They brought with them their familiarity with personal hygiene articles which they have continued to develop since then.
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