South of France, French Milled Bar Soap, Lemon Verbena, 8 oz (227 g) (Discontinued Item)
- Cruelty Free
- Mot Tested on Animals and No Animal By-Products
- Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate Free
- EDTA Free
- Paraben Free
- Phthalate Free
Experience the tenacious of freshly picked verbena, known for its sharp citrus scent and mythical healing properties. Allow the aroma of lemon verbena to lift your spirit and alleviate the troubles of the soul.
100% Vegetable Oils: Palm oil and/or coconut oil and/or palm kernel oil and/or olive oil, vegetable glycerin, organic shea butter, mineral pigments or natural colorants, blends of fragrance, natural oils and essential oils.
This soap is too heavily scented, so heavily that it makes my nose itchy. The scent reminds me more of cleaning products than actual lemons.
Posted by 5027365159435246345 on Dec 18, 2013
lathers up heavy and smells great feels good on skin
Posted by Reviewer1880524 on Nov 27, 2013
Cannot fault these soaps. Started buying them for my wife but have now started using them myself. They leave your skin refreshed and glowing. This must be the 3rd or 4th time I have bought these items
Definitely worth buying!
Posted by Supplementsdiy on Nov 17, 2013
This soap contains all natural ingredients. It does not contain harsh chemicals such as paraben, phthalate, sodium lauryl sulphate. It’s biodegradable and does not leave behind harmful chemicals in the environment. It does not sting the eyes much when it accidently gets into the eyes like when you use conventional soap loaded with many unknown chemical. I found it too a bit more drying. This is probably the best bar soap that I have tried (I like Dr Wood’s liquid as well but I use it for other purposes instead). The first thing that you will notice about this soap is that it’s so big, much bigger than the standard bar soap size and it lasts much longer as well. Secondly, it’s the smell. It smells wonderful. You can easily smell it even before you open it. It will also freshen up your bathroom for the next few days before losing its smell (like any other bar soap). Thirdly, it lathers very well; giving a rich, creamy feel (reminds me of Dove body wash). This is special as almost all natural soaps do not lather really well or even close to conventional chemical soap. Definitely important if you mis s the lather feeling when you switch to natural soap. Lastly, this soap is not drying at all and is very gentle. When I use it to wash my face, it tends to get oily again within 2-3 hours only! Other soaps tend to last 4-5 hours and often make my facial skin too dry. It keeps your skin soft and moisturized. It is definitely money for value and size too! Check out my page for more reviews!
Posted by Does-it-do on Nov 07, 2013
If you are looking for a soap to use this winter this is a very good choice. It is delicately scented with a comforting lemon fragrance. When you use this soap you may notice that it is very moisturizing. As well, South of France soaps are an absolute winner. They're a heavenly experience. They lather nicely and feel like silk in your hands and on your body. They're sensitive without the toxins found in many soaps, leaving my super sensitive skin absolutely free from itchiness, flaking, or any sign of allergic reaction. The scents are subtle, not overpowering. And, these soaps are so inexpensive they can be used everywhere throughout your house! Oh ... I forgot to mention: this fine French-milled soap is hard enough that it doesn't melt away, yet like I mentioned, lathers beautifully. There's only one drawback and it's easily fixed. The 8.8 ounce bars are a bit large to manage at first. I remedy this problem by taking a hard thread and cutting each bar into three to four easily handled pieces. These soaps are so heavenly that you'll find yourself washing your hands and face longer than you probably need to because it's such a divine experience. Not to worry - the soaps are never drying. In my experience, you can't go wrong with these soaps, whether buying for yourself or as a gift. Try the lemon verbena, almond, orange ginger, and lime basil for starters.