Traditional French Milled. Ultra Moisturizing with Olive & Argan Oils. SLS Free. Palm Oil Free. Liquid Soap from France. For Hand & Body. What makes A LA MAISON ("Just like Hone" in French) so uniquely different from other liquid soaps? The traditional recipe dates back to 1828 in France when Marseille soap master developed the famous French milled process. A slow cooking and purifying process which transforms 100% natural vegetable oils into glycerin rich smooth lathering soaps softer to the skin than other liquid soaps also known as detergents. . • Traditional French Milled. • For Hand & Body. • 100% Vegetable Oils. • Long Lasting and Lathering. • No SLS Parabens or Phthalates. • Cruelty Free
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3 out of 3(100%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for A La Maison French Liquid Soap Honeysuckle -- 16.9 fl oz
Review 1 for A La Maison French Liquid Soap Honeysuckle -- 16.9 fl oz
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January 30, 2015
"Very rich in lather and this scent is incredible if you enjoy floral scents. Aromatherapy and washing hands goes hand in hand for me now."
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Review 2 for A La Maison French Liquid Soap Honeysuckle -- 16.9 fl oz
July 12, 2014
"I rarely feel so attached to a particular soap but this one is exceptional and I'm ordering it again. The Honeysuckle fragrance is delightful but I'm also going to try some of their other scents. I use this as a liquid hand soap, and have not tried it as a bodywash."
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Review 3 for A La Maison French Liquid Soap Honeysuckle -- 16.9 fl oz
Hand wash luxury
April 23, 2013
"Yes, I know...it's soap. But it is soooo much more! This is a very light feeling hand wash, and it is immediately noticeable that this is a very moisturizing wash. Produces wonderful suds, and the fragrance is delicate, yet strong but in no way overpowering. After drying hands, you are left with a very light scent.
Pros: limited ingredients, essential oils instead of "fragrance", cruelty free.
Cons: a bit pricey, bottle is a bit flimsy.
Overall, I recommend. My mom even asked where to buy it the last time my parents visited us."