• Le Baigneur—Petit Bain Children's Bar Soap
  • Le Baigneur—Petit Bain Children's Bar Soap
  • Le Baigneur—Petit Bain Children's Bar Soap

Le Baigneur

Le Baigneur—Petit Bain Children's Bar Soap

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For the new parent in your life, give the gift of natural French children's soap.

Superfatted soap enriched with sweet almond oil, camelina oil and calendula oily macerate. Without essential oils, for the body, face and hands. Specially formulated for sensitive skin: babies, young children, pregnant or breastfeeding women. Handmade in their workshop in Paris. Cold saponified, naturally rich in glycerin.


Sweet almond oil: rich in vitamins, proteins, mineral salts and nutrients, this oil deeply hydrates, nourishes, softens and softens the skin. It also protects against dryness and the appearance of stretch marks.

Camelina oil: rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin E, this ancestral oil regenerates, reduces wrinkles and provides elasticity to the skin. It is recommended for sensitive skin.

Oily calendula macerate: excellent anti-inflammatory and healing, it promotes the regeneration of skin tissue. Softening and softening, it provides softness and elasticity to the skin. 


Shea butter*, rapeseed oil*, coconut oil* olive oil*, castor oil*, water, vegetable glycerin (from saponification), sweet almond oil*, camelina oil*, oily macerate calendula*.

*From organic farming


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