Savonnerie des Diligences | LE CHOCOLATIER | Chocolate soap with olive oil

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Entreprise québécoise, fabrication locale


This soap is an excellent choice for facial care! The antioxidants contained in cocoa help moisturize the skin and give it elasticity and radiance. It increases blood circulation, while remaining a first choice for delicate, sensitive and reactive skin.

The virtues of cocoa are numerous: powerful antioxidant, tones the skin, stimulates blood circulation. A soap that will be comforting and invigorating for all situations. It smells like chocolate, real chocolate, not chocolate perfume. Beware, you could be mistaken and bite into it...

A 100% natural soap with olive oil

Size: 100g

Soap maker's tip : This soap is recommended for skins that can't tolerate essential oils or have allergic reactions to perfumes.

Ingredients : Oils (olive, organic coconut, beeswax), water, sodium hydroxide, cocoa butter and cocoa.

Handmade in Quebec

The chocolatier. Follow the scent of this legend...

A man discovered the euphoric virtues of chocolate at the height of a heartache. The happiness hormone secreted by the cocoa bean revives the hearts of true beings with a pure soul, which was undeniably the case of this Christophe Dorville.
On the strength of his experience, he set off across the globe in search of the noblest cocoa beans, hoping to become the best chocolate maker in the world. This profession would allow him to maintain his euphoric state, while eating chocolate to satiety for the rest of his life.

His daily life as a master chocolatier was simple; as soon as he woke up, he would swallow two chocolate bars accompanied by a cup of hot chocolate, dine on chocolate soup, snack on truffles and eat a spongy chocolate mousse. He worked until dark of night, so much energy he had!

As soon as his production of truffles and ganaches, crispy balls and fine macaroons was finished, he would build high pyramids of mini-bouchées with fine, creamy chocolate. His shop windows overflowed with these pieces, each one more spectacular than the next. A woman with a chocolate-coloured complexion, regularly passing in front of his shop window, dared one day to venture there. She ordered the biggest chocolate pyramid with cherry filling. The next day, out of gratitude for the infinite pleasure she experienced, she offered the confectioner this chocolate soap. As soon as he smelled it, he knew he had found the woman of his life! They got married and a little boy was born from their union, whom they called Cabosse, the fruit of the cocoa tree.

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