THE SAVON DU CYCLISTE contains black cumin seed oil, clove leaf essential oil & cinnamum leaf essential oil, enough to subtly embalm the foothills of the Ventoux.
The glycerine naturally produced by the cold-process soap-making (7 to 8%) combined with the (unheated) essential oils make this soap a product that truly cares for your skin.
The transformation of shea butter and coconut oil by the soap-making reaction into glycerine ensures naturally strong moisturising and softening benefits for your skin.
Cosmydor’s Savon du Cycliste has anti-stain and anti-odour ingredients ideal for those using their bicycle on a regular (or irregular) basis.
This soap’s extraordinary smell comes only from its ingredients: you literally breathe in the plants and flowers used to make it.
What do we have here? A brand with a sweet, quaint scent, very late 19th century: Cosmydor; an evocation of an eternal and benevolent world embodied in the golden hair of this woman painted by Jules Chéret. We know the astounding power of advertising, and especially soap ads, as Jean-Luc Godard spotted Anna Karina, his future muse and wife in a Monsavon ad broadcast on french television in 1959.
Here, It was Xavier Quattrocchi-Oubradous who, charmed, founded the new Cosmydor around the most modern idea there is, and modernity is less often based on technology than it seems, since it is a question of being irreproachable and responsible, both in front of nature and our skin. Do not hide behind foamy scenery and concepts, whether kitsch or futuristic, nor the plethora of ingredients, not very effective, therefore plethoric, whose choice only meets marketing and financial criteria. No petrochemicals in packaging, let alone in products, no cost constraints in formulations.