Nag Champa Soap
Soap Nag Champa Orfée reminds us of the smell of this Indian incense so loved by the Western world A light, delicate, floral and fresh fragrance. Top notes of lily of the valley and champaka. Heart notes of jasmine, delicate rose and lily of the valley. Powder and light musk at the base
Through the daring blend of natural ingredients and essential oils of exceptional quality, I offer my customers a range of soaps that respect the PH of the skin, while presenting exceptionally beneficial properties. These soaps are based on cocoa butter, shea butter, coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil, vitamin E, clay, oxide . They are also bursting with natural fragrances from essential oils.
Meaning Nag Champa
“Snake Flower” She may have the power to bewitch snakes. The petals of the flower are similar to the head of a snake. The Indians greatly appreciate it for its virtues:
- Promotes personal development
- brings harmony
- soothes stress and anxieties
- inner calm
- let go introspection
Its intoxicating smell makes it very popular because in southern India, women use it to decorate and perfume their hair. Nag Champa incense is one of the most famous and popular incense in the West thanks to its very exotic and intoxicating scent.
The scent of Nag Champa incense is similar to that of ylang ylang, with more spicy but sweet and delicate notes. Sandalwood gives it a very subtle woody touch. This incense is widely used during meditation because its fragrance promotes relaxation, harmony and inner calm. In addition, it brings a very refreshing smell to your interior.
Olea Europea oil (olive oil) , Cocos nucifera oil (coco oil) , Theobroma cacao butter ( cacao butter) Ricinus Communis oil (castor oil), Butyrospermum parkii butter ( shea butter), Tocopherol (vitamin e) , oxyde, nag champa fragrance
This Nag Champa perfume oil does not contain any: Paraben, Phthalate, Lyral and Lilial.
For external use only Please take care to use the soap from the date on the label if you don’t have a date you can use right away. As the drying time is 4 to 6 weeks it is preferable to respect the date otherwise the soap could melt too quickly. Ideal to put the soap on a soap dish after each use to allow it to dry well in order to prolong its life.
All soaps are handmade. It should therefore be noted that the photo is for example only. Shape and color may vary.