Neroli

50.00
Simple form and exquisite content, for those who love brevity and low-key luxury.

At 50 km from Rome stands the ancient town of Nerola, with a huge castle fortress. One of the legendary characters of its history was Duchess Anna-Maria, Countess of Neroli, who fell in love with the aroma of flurdorange oil, which is made from the flowers of the bitter orange-pomeranian. The Countess loved this scent so much that it accompanied her everywhere: in her baths, on her clothes, in her salon where she skillfully wove intrigues, influencing royal marriages and the course of history and yet - now we remember her thanks to the fragrance. Neroli oil is one of the most expensive and sought after oils in perfumery.

Its bitter-floral aroma does not resemble either citrus or the usual aromas of flowers. They say it is a fragrance for contradictory strong personalities - I don't know) In the soap it seems to me one of the best, it goes very well with this simple looking soap bar, giving it nobility, emphasizing and revealing the rich base composition, where half of it is a combination of shea butter, cocoa butter and EV olive oil. The soap cleanses beautifully but does not dry the skin.

The neroli scent banishes anxiety and is recognized as an aphrodisiac.

Stays on the skin for a while after showering.

Note: not all pieces are stamped, part of the batch is just smooth soap.

Ingredients: made from infusion of bitter orange flowers and leaves; from shea, palm, coconut, olive EV, castor oils; with neroli essential oil.

Weight: 90 +/-10 g

Piece weight at the time of cutting, as natural soap gradually becomes lighter but harder and more economical to use.

Store in a dark, non-heated place until use. Soap can be naturally scented in a dresser drawer or on a closet shelf. The fragrance and color may fade over time, but the soap's cleansing and caring properties only get brighter.

Our soap is packaged in paper that I color with plants myself.
Do not wrap it in polyethylene or cellophane, it is alive and must breathe.
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