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South of France Adds Six New Fragrances

February 11, 2014

Natural personal care adds on to cleansers.

South of France recently bulked up its “experiential” fragrances, according to the personal care company. It also introduced a new pampering oval shape for its bar soap and a more ergonomically designed bottle for its hand wash. 

In all, the collection features 12 fragrances in four categories: Floral, Herbaceous, Fresh and Gourmand. South of France uses a palm and coconut oil blend that is recognized and certified by the Leaping Bunny Program as a cruelty-free product that does not contain animal byproducts and is never tested on animals. It also uses a sustainable palm oil, earning it the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification.

More info: www.southoffrancebodycare.com
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