Savonnerie des Diligences
Savonnerie des Diligences - LE JARDINIER - Citrus exfoliating soap
This antibacterial and antiseptic soap is a gift for the hands of gardeners and cooks. Pumice powder is an extraordinary exfoliating ally that deeply cleanses organic stains embedded in the grooves of hands and fingers. It even succeeds in cleaning motor oil from the hands of mechanics. Its daily use will make your hands clean and very soft.
A 100% natural soap with olive oil
Note from the soap maker : Use the Gardener's soap for daily care of your feet associated with the Hands and Feet ointment, you will avoid calluses.
Ingredients: Oils (olive, organic coconut, beeswax), water, sodium hydroxide, ground pumice stone, lemon, lime and bergamot essential oils, yellow and green pigments (oxides).
Handmade in Quebec
The gardener. Follow the scent of this legend...
Kafka Roth is a former soldier who fled his native Poland during the Second World War to take refuge in the depths of the Abitibi region, convinced that he would finally find peace there. He had always had a passion for gardening. His father, a doctor, and his mother, a healer, had left him an unshakeable belief that the source of a man's lasting health lies in food.
For several decades, his only truth had been in the medicine wheel that adorned and protected his garden, and in the pleasure he felt, every year, in bringing to life in his garden the most beautiful specimens of ancient vegetables, born of new cultivars, sometimes from crosses of his own invention. His vegetables, huge, juicy, and exquisitely tasty, delighted the finest palates, as prized as succulent sweets. His neighbours came to admire his garden at night, in the moonlight, and it is said that life was teeming with them, no matter what the season. Roth regularly found old keys, lamps, necklaces, rings, and money. Were they carried by the grateful animals that were fed by the garden? Or did the garden have the property of revealing objects in addition to feeding Roth?Author: Marie-Eve Lejour Reviewer: Venise Landry Translator: Christopher Carrie