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South of France - Hand Wash Lavender Fields - 8 oz.

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South of France - Hand Wash Lavender Fields - 8 oz.

  • Code#:131230
  • Manufacturer:South of France
  • Size/Form:8  oz.
  • Packaged Ship Weight:0.70

South of France Hand Wash Lavender Fields - 8 oz. (236ml)

Luxuriously lathering South of France Hand Wash Lavender Fields follows a traditional Marseille recipe that is enriched with their own blend of natural vegetable oils and vegetable glycerin. The moisturizing coconut oil and soothing aloe vera in South of France Hand Wash Lavender Fields leave your skin cleansed and deeply moisturized. South of France Hand Wash is infused with the fresh scent of lavender warmed by the Mediterranean sun.

  • No Phthalates
  • No Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate
  • Paraben Free
  • No EDTA
  • No Animal By-Products
  • Gluten Free

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Vegetable Glycerin and why do I want it in my soap?
Vegetable Glycerin is a by-product of the soap-making process. It's a natural humectant, which means it attracts moisture from the environment to its surface. Glycerin's most common function in beauty products is to prevent soaps, creams and makeup from over-drying. South of France soaps are made with only the most pure vegetable ingredients: olive, palm and coconut oil. Because Vegetable Glycerin is a valuable commodity to the health and beauty industry as an additive in lotions and cosmetics, many soap manufacturers sell the glycerin that results from their soap-making process to other companies. South of France retains this important ingredient and adds it back into the soap. The resulting bars are excellent for dry skin, as the Vegetable Glycerin content helps hold moisture in the outer layers of the skin.

What are Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Tallowate?
Sodium Laureth Sulfate and its close relative, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLSs) are inexpensive synthetic foaming agents and degreasers, widely used in commercial soap production. In industrial application, SLSs are mainly used as engine degreasers, floor cleaners and car wash soaps. SLSs are commonly used in clinical trials to intentionally irritate the skin, so that researchers can measure the rate at which skin heals. SLSs are linked to eye irritation, rashes on the skin and scalp, and other allergic reactions. South of France soaps do not contain Sodium Laureth Sulfate or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. SoF soaps produce rich, dense foam naturally and are gentle to the skin.

Sodium Tallowate (or Tallow) is animal fat, and is found in many commercial soap products. It is inexpensive, plentiful and has been known to clog pores. South of France takes pride in the fact that their products never contain any animal by-products and are cruelty-free (never tested on animals).

What is Shea Butter?
Shea Butter is derived from the nut of the Karite Tree, which is native to the dry savannah belt of West Africa, from Senegal to Sudan, and onto the foothills of the Ethiopian highlands. Shea Butter is a natural moisturizer and has a high concentration of Vitamin E. It nourishes, rejuvenates, hydrates, conditions the skin and promotes cellular growth. Although the Shea Nut is essentially a tree nut, it does not belong to the list of commonly allergenic tree nuts; there are no reports of allergic reactions to Shea Nuts or products containing Shea Butter. Additionally Shea Butter has been proven useful in relieving dry skin and dermatitis.

Are South of France soaps made in France?
South of France Natural Body Care was created by a French-American transplant who had become frustrated by the lack of quality body care products on the American market in the early 1990s. His vision was to bring artesian soap-making practices to America, to prove that it is possible to make high-quality, fragrant, natural soaps affordably. Nearly 20 years later, South of France has established itself as an innovator and leader in the American body care industry. Although the techniques used to create their body care products originated in the South of France, due to current economic pressures, all South of France products are now produced domestically, ensuring that South of France products are always available at a value.

Are South of France soaps hypo-allergenic?
South of France soaps are free from the following harsh chemical ingredients that are commonly used in the body care industry:

  • No Sodium Laureth Sulfate/Sodium Laurel Sulfate
  • No Tetrasodium EDTA
  • No Parabens
  • No Phthalates
  • No Animal By-Products
  • No Animal Testing
  • No Synthetic Colorants
  • No Synthetic Fragrances*

South of France cannot make the claim that their products are hypo-allergenic because they do use essential oils and blends of fragrance to impart scent to their products; often the ingredients used for fragrance can trigger specific allergic reactions. Typically, an individual who is sensitive to fragrance can work with his or her dermatologist or allergen specialist to isolate and identify which fragrance(s) trigger their specific reaction and thereby avoid using products with that particular fragrance. Because SoF products do not contain harsh chemical ingredients, often individuals who have (1) sensitive skin or (2) an allergy to one of the afore-listed harsh chemical ingredients, find that SoF products provide relief from their allergies/sensitivities while other, synthetic products fail to do so.

*Some of the fragrances used in their products are described as "blends of fragrance," which means that, while natural essential oils are used in formulating the fragrance, trace amounts of synthetic ingredients are also used. (These synthetic ingredients are not petroleum-based and do not contain phthalates.) This is necessary because it is impossible to achieve some fragrances naturally, without using harsh chemical preservatives. It is worth noting that fragrance typically accounts for less than 1% of the total composition of any one product. All South of France products are at least 99.1% natural, if not 100% natural.

What is the shelf-life for South of France soaps?
South of France soaps have a shelf life of at least 4 years, if not longer; however, the fragrances contained in their products will begin to fade after approximately two years. This is due to the fact that South of France products do not use harsh chemical preservatives, a decision that was made with your safety in mind. So, while your bar of Lavender soap (for example) may begin to lose its fragrance after two years, the bar itself will remain perfectly good & useable for up to four years.

Is South of France packaging recyclable?
Yes! The bar soap carton is 100% recyclable and is made from paper that has been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council that soil and wildlife habitats have been protected, local communities were consulted, and aboriginal rights respected. The bottle is manufactured from a minimum of 30% Post-Consumer Waste (PCW) and is BPA-free.

About South of France
South of France Natural Body Care is dedicated to making affordable but luxurious, self-pampering yet giftable natural products - enriched by the relaxing moisturizing feel of rich, creamy lather and enhanced by essential oils and fragrance blends, each evoking an indulgent journey through the South of France past... sweet jasmine growing wild along a winding country lane... a market stand filled with freshly-made Provencal honey enriched by the essence of orange blossoms... lush palm trees fanned by the gentle Mediterranean sea breeze.

Inspired by the centuries old Marseille kettle-cooked tradition of developing soap, the South of France heritage has been maintained in today's production in America where all-natural vegetable ingredients, including organic shea butter and natural moisturizing glycerin, are combined with luxurious essential oils and fragrance blends to create a rich foam and a moisturizing, deep cleansing feeling.

Their Guarantee - affordable Luxury and Value: Their French triple-milled process results in a longer-lasting and moisturizing bar that adds value to this transformational and luxurious experience. Never tested on animals, their natural Bar and Liquid Hand Soaps are free of synthetic foaming agents like sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate, as well as EDTA, paraben, and phthalates.

For external use only. Keep out of reach of children unless under adult supervision.


Filtered Water, Saponified Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Natural Vegetable Glycerin, Cellulose, Blends of Natural and Essential Oils and Fragrance, Citric Acid, Vitamin E, Aloe Leaf Extract.

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75%3 out of 4 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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By Anita (Yonkers , NY )

Wonderful product. Fresh fragrance & good size Gave this to the nurses when my husband was discharged from the hospital

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By sharon (Tempe , AZ )

very nice

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By Carol (Pasadena , CA )

The "original" South of France Lavender hand wash is my favorite. I just order more thinking it was still the same. Not so, not only has it gone from 12 oz to 8 oz the formula is totally different. It's difficult to detect any lavender, instead it's a predominately citrus/lemon smell. Not unlike a cleaning product. Not nice at all. The other reason I loved the original is that it was not harsh on my hands, this is not as nice, and tends to make my hands feel dry. Come on South of France, wake up. I won't be buying this again.

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About South of France

South of France Natural Body Care was founded in 2002. It has since become one of the top-selling brands of all-natural bar soap sold nationally in grocery and health food stores and via online retailers. The original South of France soap formula was developed by a French expatriate in the US and manufactured in France using a traditional Marseille triple-milled recipe. Today, South of France soap is manufactured in the USA, still kettle cooked in small batches using this traditional Marseille recipe with all natural vegetable ingredients to create a pampering experience. Try the newest fragrances – Blooming Jasmine, Côte d’Azur, Climbing Wild Rose, Herbes de Provence, and Mediterranean Fig – and spend a day in the South of France….Where will South of France Natural Body Care take you today?

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