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Snail secretion, Hippophae, Oregano & Propolis Bar Soap - La Coquille De La Vie
Size (2)*: 80gr , 16gr clear please select size
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Snail secretion, Hippophae, Oregano & Propolis Bar Soap - La Coquille De La Vie
Size (2)*: 80gr , 16gr clear please select size

Handmade cleansing soap bar with Snail secretion, Olive oil, wild Lavender Hippophae, Oregano and Propolis suitable for hands, face and body. Revitalizes acne prone skin, softly cleanses and detoxifies. With antimicrobial and antibacterial action. Leaves the skin fresh and moisturized.



What it offers

  • Revitalizes the skin

  • Softly cleanses and detoxifies

  • Leaves the skin fresh and moisturized

  • Regulates sebum production

  • Has antimicrobial, antibacterial and fungicidal action

  • Reduces inflammation and calms irritation


Why we formulated it
The Snail secretion, Olive oil, Oregano and Hippophae soap bar cleanses the skin effectively while keeping it soft and moisturized. Snail secretion helps restore skin barrier and is rich in collagen, keeping the skin hydrated. Olive oil is rich in fatty acids, Vitamin E and antioxidants and in combination with the moisturizing factors of Coconut oil they revitalize and moisturize the skin and calm irritation. Propolis has anti-inflammatory properties and helps reduce inflammation caused by acne. Lavender oil has exceptional antimicrobial and antifungal properties and in combination with the antibacterial properties of Oregano oil and the fungicidal action of Myrrh they kill bacteria caused by acne, thus keeping acne under control. Oregano oil has antioxidant properties, thus protecting the skin. Tamanu oil with its excellent wound healing, antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties is ideal for the skin damaged by acne. Hippophae oil contributes to skin balancing and reduce excessive sebum production. Calendula oil has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory action, calms irritation and inflammation, while fighting free radicals.





How to use
Apply on wet skin until foamy, massage for several minutes and rinse with plenty of water.


Dermatologicaly tested
For external use only
Avoid the eye area
Do not use in children
In case of irritation discontinue use


Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight.


Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.



Formulated with

Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil*, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, Aqua, Elaeis guineensis (palm) oil, Sodium hydroxide, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, Callophyllum inophyllum (tamanu) seed oil*, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil*, Calendula officinalis extract*, Lavandula officinalis (lavender) flower oil, Ricinus communis (castor) oil*, Linalool, Hippophae rhamnoides fruit extract*, Daucus carota oil*, Myrrhis odorata extract, Chamomilla recutita flower extract*, Limonene, Snail secretion filtrate, Propolis cera, Glycerol, Propylene glycol, Origanum compactum oil, Geraniol. [*Προϊόν Βιολογικής Καλλιέργειας/Organic Farming Product]


Formulated WITHOUT
Preservatives, Chemical additives, Artificial dyes, Fragrance, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), Mineral oil




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