Each bar of Lily of the Valley Handmade Soap contains vegetable glycerin for its moisturising attributes, a substance largely removed from commercial soaps as it has more value for the big commercial manufacturers as an additive in other products they make.
Lily of the Valley handmade Soap is an ultra rich, SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate) and Parabens free, relaxing, luxuriant and skin friendly glycerin soap with Lily of the Valley perfume oil providing the sweet, familiar and delicate floral scent.
Aqua: glycerin: sorbitol: sodium stearate: propylene glycol: sodium chloride: stearic acid: Lily of the Valley perfume oil: Rutile: Saponaria officinalis: pentasodium pentetate: tetrasodium etidronate:
Inspiration behind Lily of the Valley Handmade Soap:-
Our Mothers and Grandmothers to put in a nutshell. Lily of the Valley is thought of as a quintissentially English scent, perhaps and wrongly thought to be one loved by the older generation, conjuring up thoughts of maiden aunts, spinsters and our grandparents and whilst there might be an element of truth in this, the plant ( the flowers of which are intensely toxic by the way), is every bit as important, if not more so, in France where it is known as Muguet.