Exfoliating Dough Hand Soap (200g Pot) – Pebeo

R275.00

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This exfoliating Dough hand soap from Pebeo, made from Marius Fabre black soap with olive oil, is an innovative product because it only contains plant-based ingredients: olive oil and crushed olive pits. As such, it differs from all other abrasive soaps made from solvents and oil-based surfactants, which effectively clean hands, but damage them – and the environment – in the process. It is made with 100% vegetable oil, contains no colourants and is solvent-free.

It has a loose consistency similar to a body scrub and a natural, organic odour. The exfoliating soap comes in a 200ml tub. The natural exfoliating formula is designed for artists to effectively clean and care for their hands at the end of a studio session.

Precautions for use: Do not swallow. Rinse thoroughly in case of contact with eyes.

Perfect For:

  • Fine artists
  • Studio & classroom use
  • Mixed media artists
  • Gift giving

 

 

A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY With raw materials in abundance, such as olive oil, soda and salt from Camargue, the region of Provence became famous for its excellent quality soap in the Middle Ages. In 1688, by the Edict of Colbert, Louis XIV institutionalised soap, establishing manufacturing rules: In addition to cooking in large furnaces, only pure olive oils must be used as vegetable oils, prohibiting any animal fat. This decree allowed Marseille soaps to acquire a reputation that will stay with them forever.

PEBEO OFFERS A FULL RANGE OF NATURAL HAND SOAPS AND SOAPS FOR ARTIST EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE. 4 HAND SOAPS, 2 SOAPS FOR ARTIST EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AS WELL AS A RESTORATIVE HAND CREAM. ALL THESE NATURAL PRODUCTS ARE MANUFACTURED IN PROVENCE FOR PEBEO BY THE MARIUS FABRE SOAP FACTORY. THE SEAL OF QUALITY OF THE FRENCH COMPANY APPEARS ON THE PACKAGING OF ALL THE PRODUCTS.

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