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Soaps that help to exfoliate the skin, to leave it soft and fragrant. These rough-cut soaps, enriched with PDO* lavender essential oil from Haute-Provence, contain pieces of lavender flowers, which help to exfoliate the skin. Symbolic of the landscapes of Provence, the lavender flower has a relaxing, aromatic scent that gives a feeling of well-being. These soaps produce a generous lather, which cleanses the skin and leaves it fragranced with the floral, balsamic notes of lavender. Their authentic rough-cut shape is inspired by artisanal soaps and celebrates Provençal traditions. On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, L'OCCITANE celebrates Provence with this limited-edition collection based around its most iconic flower. The new design of the packaging is inspired by fields of lavender. When seen from the sky, they trace blue and violet diagonal lines across the high plateaus of Provence. The essential oil used in these soaps is PDO* lavender essential oil from Haute-Provence. This quality label is awarded by a panel of experts to essential oils from Haute-Provence, distilled using traditional methods from fine lavender that grows at an altitude of over 800 meters, within a specific geographic area. L'OCCITANE is actively involved in helping to protect and preserve this fragile flower, also known as "Blue Gold." It's a flower that evokes the history of Provence and its emblematic landscapes. Provençal lavender has a delicate, aromatic, authentic scent, reminiscent of clean sheets that have dried in the sun, of hot summer days and, of course, of Provence. The colorful design of these Rough-Cut Soaps also features on the limited-edition Lavender Foaming Bath. *Protected Designation of Origin
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In the shower or bath, gently massage the soap onto damp skin with circular motions. Rinse. Avoid use on face. Daily use.
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