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Discover donkey milk soap and cosmetics

Activity - Holidays & weekends in Saint-Germain-sur-Meuse

Discover donkey milk soap and cosmetics - Activity - Holidays & weekends in Saint-Germain-sur-Meuse
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Route de pagny-sur-meuse - Saint-Germain-sur-Meuse

The Savonnière Du Moulin - From cosmetics to genuine donkey milk - - We like to talk in these French artisanal producers lines that we welcome good natural products and cosmetics. This is the case of the charming Savonnière Mill, which has an immediate heart stroke as their asses and donkeys are cute. This is a family business run with a great ethic by Laurence and his son Matthew. Donkey milk producers Bio and organic honey in the Meuse is from April 14, 2012 they initiated this beautiful cosmetic draft organic with fresh donkey milk. Since then, a nice store-ecological laboratory and workshop was built on the farm territory, as a work of Land Art carved wooden, open to the public since March 2016 (soap making workshops are organized especially). Everything is "sourced" locally here: baking comes from the career of the village, lovely birch packages are made out to two kilometers away and of course, milk and honey are designed and processed locally. The range of products is very wide, they are designed with the highest quality attention, even exceeding the standards of their Cosmebio certification. All their products are designed without palm oil, no animal testing, no SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) or ESL (ammonium lauryl sulfate). If we take the example of their nice shampoo with honey and donkey milk bio, 98.1% of ingredients are natural, 42% from organic farming is huge. The concentration of fresh donkey milk (therefore not frozen) is very high: at least 40% in their creamy foam shower and 20% in their soaps (hydrolyzed cold). We love this fine team who puts his heart and energy in manufacturing and designing beautiful products. It will include soaps, shampoos, softeners, shower foams (a success), softeners milks, bath products and a baby range is in preparation. The crop milk of asses respects the harmony of the nutrition of baby donkeys so that they are fed only breast milk, it is a true human-animal osmosis that is developed in this farm respectful of environment, designing wonderful cosmetics. The nutritional and restorative qualities for the skin of donkey's milk have been known since ancient times. The donkey milk has a unique composition of vitamins, minerals, trace elements unique is a natural skin tensor. The Savonnière associates vegetable oils, homemade medicated water, wax and propolis and honey bio their hives. We appreciate their agreements made with other natural elements such as acacia gum, beech buds or of natural orange blossom. The Soap Dish Mill is one of the few organic milk production donkey and some of their products may contain up to 70% of donkey milk. A range for man has been developed, there are a shaving soap (the Pti'Meusien) with 30% donkey milk. For teenagers, their soap Ado is simply brilliant in its simplicity, we like the soap facial comprising 50% of donkey milk in pink and white clay, imagine the same, 50% of fresh milk bio donkey in a soap !!! Even our friends the animals are not forgotten: there is a special soap to clean it with a special soap repellent to insects. Continuous Savonnière innovations and one of its key products is Bucking, an organic skincare slimming based on 20% of donkey milk and coralline smelling lemon (we love it!) Or their shower foam sweet smelling fig (we instantly adopted). For summer, we would recommend soap alum stone or Ruade soap slimming or cute bath balls milk. Welcome such initiative French agri-cosmetology successful Savonnière The Mill is certainly an example to follow. The Soap Dish Mill, a producer of artisan organic cosmetics donkey milk and honey bio established in Lorraine in the Mill Chantraine, F-55140 Saint-Germain-sur-Meuse (near Nancy) - http: //


Discover donkey milk soap and cosmetics
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La Savonnière du Moulin
+33 3 29 89 82 60
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Practical information

EstablishmentLa Savonnière du Moulin
Participants' profileAll ages
Good to knowAccessible to people with reduced mobility
In detail

For a visit in contact with our friends with long ears thank you to make an appointment in advance by phone or email

Establishment policy

BookingNot required
PaymentCredit card, cash

Opening times

15h00 - 18h00
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Places of interest nearby

Castle of Gombervaux (4 km)
Wood of Void (5.1 km)
Train station of Pagny-sur-Meuse (5.6 km)
Church Saint-Laurent (5.9 km)
Wood of Pagny (6 km)
Museum Johannique (6 km)
Tourist Office of Vaucouleurs (6.1 km)
Wood Grand Mont (6.3 km)
Wood of Domgermain (6.6 km)
Castle of Void (7 km)

Events nearby

Last nameDescriptionDateCity
St. Nicholas' Festival in Nancy
A big traditional Lorraine festival in honour of St. NicholasDecember 2021Nancy (36 km)

Restaurants nearby

Last nameStyleRateCity
Le Restaurant du Château
French cuisine27 € Void-Vacon (7 km)
Au Caveau
Creative cuisine45 € Bruley (12.8 km)
Auberge du Chardon Lorrain
French cuisine25 € Flirey (27 km)
Chez Catharina
Creative cuisine24 € Levoncourt (32 km)
Campanile Nancy Ouest-Laxou Zénith
French cuisine22 € Maxéville (33 km)
O'Carré d'Art
French cuisine30 € Méréville (34 km)

Outings nearby

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Cycling Sion
All-terrain bike itineraryIntermediate6h55Toul (14.3 km)
In the footsteps of Jeanne, around Domremy
HikeIntermediate3h20Maxey-sur-Meuse (22 km)
Villey-Saint-Étienne structures
HikeEasy2h00Villey-Saint-Étienne (22 km)
Tour of Flirey
Village visitEasy1h00Flirey (27 km)
Heritage Tour - Discovering Saint-Mihiel
HikeEasy50 minSaint-Mihiel (29 km)
Tour of Liverdun
HikeEasy2h00Liverdun (29 km)
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