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Nice soaps November 21, 2011

Posted by lillylikes in Face & Skin, Perfumes.
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In Nice, Franta se afla faimoasa piata de flori, mirodenii si artizanat de pe Cours Saleya pe care nu ai cum sa o ratezi daca te afli prin zona. Piata in sine este o explozie de culoare si mirosuri. Flori de toate felurile, culorile si formele. Fructe proaspete, dulci si cu gust. Rosii mari, coapte si carnoase, asa cum numai la bunica mea la tara se faceau pe vremea cand eram eu copil. Miere de albina din flori de levantica. Suveniruri, produse de patiserie, ceramica, etc, etc.

La plimbarea noastra prin aceasta piata mi-au atras atentia standurile cu sapunurile naturale. Erau zeci de sapunuri. Toate aveau o singura forma, micuta-dreptunghiulara, dar mirosuri unice, distincte si speciale. Pe sapunuri scrie ca sunt produse de La Maison du Savon- Artisanat de Provence Marseille si ca sunt 100% vegetale. Atunci am cumparat si noi 4-5 bucati cu diferite mirosuri, dar din pacate nu le-am facut poze. Ceea ce a mai ramas acum sunt 2 bucati, unul cu miros Marin (cel albastru) si cu Levantica (cel mov).

Daca sunt 100% vegetale e greu de verificat, dar mirosul lor este extraordinar! Spala mainile foarte bine fara a le usca, le parfumeaza, iar mirosul persista destul de mult.

English version

At Nice, in France there is the famous flower, spices and craftsman market on Cours Saleya which you cannot miss if you find yourself in the area. The market itself is an explosion of colours and scents. Flowers of all kinds, colours and shapes. Fresh fruits, sweet and tasteful. Large tomatoes, ripe and chubby, only like the ones I found at my grandmothers house when I was little. Honey from lavender flowers. Souvenirs, pastry, ceramics and many many more.

During our stroll through this market, the stands with natural soaps caught my eye. Tenths of soaps. All  of them had one shape, small rectangular, but with unique, distinct and special odours. The producer name is written on them, La Maison du Savon-Artisanat de Provence Marseille and it is said they are 100% vegetal. I bought at that time 4-5 pieces with different scents, but I did not take pictures of all of them. What I have left now are 2 pieces, one with a Marine scent (the blue one) and one with Lavender (the purple one).

It is difficult to check if they are 100% vegetal, but the fragrance is extraordinary! It washes the hands very well without drying them, it perfumes them, and the odour lasts a rather long time.

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