Andrée Jardin x Fer à Cheval Beech Wood Coffret Gift Set
A box containing 100% natural products. Includes one beech wood nailbrush and soap holder, and one 300g Fer à Cheval Marseille Soap.
The soap holder and the Nail Brush are made of natural beechwood and proofed with beeswax. The nail brush is made with white hog bristle and is inspired by our grandmother’s toilet bags. It is a perfect match with the vegetal Marseille soap. This soap has been manufactured by the oldest Marseille soap factory in France. They carefully choose natural, eco-friendly ingredients and pass on this know-how from generation to generation.
Andrée Jardin, craftsman brushier, and the soap factory Fer à Cheval did not have much difficulty to cross paths and collaborate on a common project. Different parts, but many shared values. The most important being the traditional and artisanal work for superior quality. They combined their know-how to offer the Beech Wood Coffret Gift Set, sleek and elegant, including a soap dish, nail brush, and authentic Marseille soap.
They marry perfectly with the Marseille soap, with olive oil made in pots according to an artisanal know-how. Elaborated without perfume, coloring or preservative, this soap has been appreciated for generations for its hypoallergenic qualities.
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