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Savonnerie des Diligences

Savonnerie des Diligences - LA FÉE - Lime, gingergrass and ylang-ylang soap bar

$6.00

DILI-SAV-FEE




Description

The balanced and velvety fragrance of this soap, combined with the right dosage of lime, ginger grass and ylang-ylang and makes it deep and very sensual. It is soft, delicate, soothing and resolutely feminine!

A 100% natural soap with olive oil.

Size: 100g

Ingredients: Oils (olive, organic coconut, beeswax), water, sodium hydroxide, essential oils of lime, ginger grass and ylang-ylang..

Handmade in Quebec

Follow the scent of the fairy legend...

A long time ago, in fairyland, the wedding of the Fairy Queen and the Elf King took place. In that year, many fairies had to give up their work for the celebration. The work of the fairies was divided into geographical areas, and thanks to her talent for singing, the little fairy Mi took care of the most mountainous region in the east of the country. In addition to her usual task of singing the traditional wishes for newborns, she had to replace the Dantier Fairy, whose job was to harvest the teeth. This work involved assisting the bees in fertilizing the flowers to avoid a shortage of fruit. This, it was known, would create panic among a population hungry for sugar. Everyone would throw themselves on refined sugar, losing more teeth and, of course, increasing the work of the Fairy Dantier tenfold.

She had also taken under her wing the work of Fée-Soufflée, known as the blower. The rather delicate task consisted of blowing the answers to some difficult questions in the Ministry's exams.

Despite her wings and her zeal, to tell you the truth, that spring, she simply couldn't do it. She ended up having many sleepless nights, her oat infusions no longer being enough to soothe her for a few essential hours of rest. She was feeling less and less zealous, which, one can understand, is dramatic for a fairy. So she decided to do something about it. In the shade of a large lime plant, she picked ginger grass, a plant known for its balancing virtues and mixed it with her favourite oil, ylang-ylang. Little did she know that this plant was not only an aphrodisiac but also a faithful friend of restful sleep. The result of her recipe was so wonderful that she decided to give it as a wedding present to the Fairy Queen and the King of the Elves.

It didn't take Fée-Mi long to reap the fruits of her ingenuity. Out of gratitude for their new quality of life, the royal couple gave her permission to hang her wand and even crowned her Fairy-Soapwoman.

And you... when was the last time you saw her in our workshop?

Author: Marie-Eve Lejour
Reviewer: Venise Landry
Translator: Christopher Carrie
English