Editor’s Notes: Enjoy the whole Goddess Soap Collection in one beautiful luxury soap gift set. Ideal for everyday use (even on the face as they don’t strip the skin), these soaps are pure luxury and long lasting. You’ll certainly feel the difference. Chic interior showstoppers to gift to a host or hostess and sublime enough to take pride of place in your own bathroom.
“Gentle enough to use on your face and, of course, smell divine. Lovely, lovely gift ideas. When the quality is this good, you can’t go wrong.” – Julia Rebaudo, Stylonylon.com
*Suitable for use on the face, hands and body.
*Jasminum Soap – Sublime Jasmine Soap to uplift and revive. Considered the ancient ‘queen of flowers’, the name Jasmine is derived from the Persian word ‘yasmin’, meaning a fragrant flower.
*Damask Soap – Divine Rose Soap to help relax the body. Ancient Egypt’s Queen Cleopatra was a big fan of the rose, ensuring her banqueting hall was filled with two feet of fragrant roses upon Mark Anthony’s first visit from Rome.
* Goddess Argan Soap – Infused with Goddess Oil for added Vitamin E and antioxidants. This argan soap has a soft and comforting oriental fragrance, inspired by rare and costly amber scents as favoured by Roman Emperors. Read the Goddess Oil Story – here on our blog
*Lavendula Soap – A wonderfully fragrant Lavender Soap to soothe the skin. Derived from the Latin word, lavera, meaning to wash, lavender was first recorded by the ancient Egyptians.
*Amandula Soap – Delicate almond milk fragrance infuses this nourishing almond soap. Used by the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, almond milk is excellent for nourishing the skin, firming and toning, and leaves the skin feeling silky smooth.
*Meli Honey Soap – A therapeutic and softening honey soap. Proof of honey’s healing properties dates back more than 5000 years. A natural disinfectant and healer of skin wounds, it was a staple ingredient used by the Ancient Sumerians, Phoenicians, Greeks and Egyptians throughout the ages.
Soap Story: Prescribed in ancient times for carrying away impurities from the body, it is thought that soap production dates back to around 2800 BC in ancient Babylon. The first known formula for soap written on a Babylonian clay tablet around 2200 BC. It was said that soap was first discovered by washer women who did laundry in the Tiber River at the base of Sapo Hill in Rome. The word ‘sapo’ (Latin for soap) was first recorded by Roman author Pliny circa AD 77–79.
Product Information: Made the old fashioned way, following traditional techniques from Marseille in France, Ancienne Ambiance Soaps are full of vitamins that luxuriously nourish and moisturise. Each soap bar cleanses the skin perfectly and even without the presence of SLS they lather beautifully. Enriched with Shea Butter, Ancienne Ambiance soap bars are created from a 100% natural vegetable oil base using coconut oil, which contains natural glycerine.
Individually wrapped and beautifully presented as a luxury soap set in signature gift boxes which are hand-crafted in the UK.
Ancienne Ambiance products are not tested on animals.