Aux Bêl'fleurs is a soap factory located in a small village in the heart of Franche-Comté. The choice to use a large proportion of organic and local raw materials was an obvious one for me. The rapeseed, sunflower, camelina and hemp oils are produced on my dad's organic farm. A very large proportion of the ingredients used are organically grown.
The products are made, moulded, cut and packaged by hand.
Soaps, solid shampoos, deodorants, balms and even toothpastes.
You'll also find a range of washable accessories including washable wipes, sponges, pouches and nets.
Aux Bêl'Fleurs uses cold saponification to make its soaps. This method respects the raw materials, requires no cooking and produces naturally superfatted soaps. A special feature of the soaps is the linen string, so you can hang them wherever you like to prevent them from melting too quickly when they come into contact with water.
You can find her products in the Grayloise and Pesmoise stores, the Espace Bio Nature in Gray, and also in Vesoul, Dijon and Besançon.