Le Savon d'Alep by Salaheddin

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Le Savon d'Alep by Salaheddin

10.00

The art of making soap was born in Aleppo, where soap-making developed in the last century with the rise of industrialization and chemistry.

Given the events in Syria, the supply became impossible, and Salaheddin chose to make their soap on the Turkish-Syrian border, with the help of Syrian refugees.

The olive and laurel oils come from the Turkish side of the border, and are of biological quality. The soap is made by hand. The bay laurel oil is made by an 82-year-old man in his village in the Taurus mountains. He heats the laurel berries in water contained in a large cauldron heated with wood, and the laurels are "grown" on his land.

This fair trade soap is the best quality of traditional soap, and is made in the ancestral tradition with 82% olive oil, 17% laurel oil, and 1% baking soda. It is therefore the "mumtaz" (ie, excellent in Arabic).

Contains: Olive Oil, Laurel Oil

5 oz bar

Dimensions: 3 x 1.25 x 2.5

 

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