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Perfume of neroli

Artisan hand-cut soap made with 60% shea butter, coconut oil, scented with a Neroli fragrance.


Boussouma women's soaps are made with cold craft technique, using only products  and vegetable dyes. Perfumes with organic essential oils or certified fragrances.  All soaps contain over 60% of Shea butter, a well-known skin revitalizer, and Coconut oil, a natural foaming agent. After the saponification reaction is added  an additional 5% of Shea butter, Super Gras,  which will remain free to be absorbed and elasticize the epidermis.      Only the cold artisan technique preserves the active ingredients of the substances used, including natural glycerin  that is released  and makes itself available to soften the skin.  Shea Butter Soap nourishes and keeps skin soft while reducing aging thanks to its moisturizing ingredients. The added vegetable dyes: Turmeric, Moringa and Vegetable Charcoal, are important antioxidant and anti-inflammatory elements.
Shea butter has been a sought-after and appreciated product by the African population for centuries, as a food and cosmetic for its precious properties. 
Properties now recognized by Western medicine: moisturizing, emollient, elasticizing, protective and finally regenerating. Easily absorbed by the skin due to the significant fraction of soapy fats which makes it superior to other similar products. It protects the skin from bad weather and the sun in a natural way, preventing some sun allergies. Fights cracking due to the presence of vitamin A - Nourishes connective tissues thanks to linoleic acid and vitamin F-Effective even on dry and brittle hair thanks to vitamin A. Helps in tissue regeneration and stimulation of cells: this allows for counteract the degenerative diseases of the skin caused by aging and the sun. This action is accompanied by an increase in capillary circulation which favors the re-oxygenation of the tissues and the elimination of metabolic toxins - It counteracts the formation of stretch marks thanks to its elasticizing properties.


The scent of Neroli similar to bergamot, is used in perfumery, liquor, pastry, sometimes pharmacy.
The name comes from the Duchess Marie Anne de La Trémoille married to Flavio Orsini di Bracciano, princess of Nerola, who in the seventeenth century began to spread it in Lazio in the form of both essence and distilled water, already known since the Middle Ages as water nanfa and obtained in those times for the distillation of fresh flowers of sweet and bitter orange, to perfume gloves and baths.


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