LUXURY SOAP ENRICHED WITH SHEA | ADRIATICA FIG SOAP SET
Editor’s Notes: Chic soaps to gift to anyone, these elegantly scented Fig soap bars bring a touch of luxury to your every day.
What It Is: A set of four Fig Soap bars infused with shea butter to luxuriously purify and nourish the skin. A fresh and clean fragrance, Adriatica Fig blends woody notes of the fig tree with the fruity sweetness of Mediterranean white Adriatic figs.
Who It’s For: All skin types.
What It Does: Ancienne Ambiance Soap creates a luxuriously creamy lather that gently cleanses and moisturises the skin, leaving it delicately scented.
How To Use: see ‘how to use’ tab.
Product Information: First launched in 2013, Ancienne Ambiance Soaps are made in France following traditional Savon de Marseille techniques renowned for having many dermatological and eco-friendly properties. Full of vitamins to luxuriously nourish and moisturise, each Ambiance soap bar cleanses the skin perfectly and, even without the presence of SLS, they lather beautifully. Enriched with sustainably sourced Shea Butter, Ambiance soaps are created from a 100% vegetable oil base using coconut oil, which contains natural glycerine, are natural, biodegradable and safe for the environment.
- Beautifully presented in a signature luxury gift box which is crafted by hand in the UK.
- Recyclable packaging and gift box can be repurposed for a variety of uses.
- Individual Soap Bar Size: 100g – H3cm x W7.5cm x D5cm
- Production: Made in France.
- Vegan friendly and cruelty-free. Ancienne Ambiance products are not tested on animals.
- All packaging is responsibly crafted using sustainably sourced recycled materials. Learn more.
A little history… Highly prized in antiquity, figs and fig wood were a symbol of rebirth, abundance, enlightenment and prosperity. Prescribed in ancient times for carrying away impurities from the body, it is thought that soap production dates back to around 2800 BC in ancient Babylon. The first known formula for soap written on a Babylonian clay tablet around 2200 BC. It was said that soap was first discovered by washer women who did laundry in the Tiber River at the base of Sapo Hill in Rome. The word ‘sapo’ (Latin for soap) was first recorded by Roman author Pliny circa AD 77–79.