Shea Soap Lavander:
For a daily care…
Discover the rare pleasure of washing with this delicate, moisturizing soap containing a high concentration of Shea Butter.
Its rich lather is gently perfumed with lavender
For a soft and supple skin.
Apply to the body on moistened skin, lather up then rinse with water.
Soap 3.4 fl. oz.
Lavender flowers are spike-like flowers composed of multiple, small purple flowers or “florets” on long narrow stems. They have been valued for centuries for their physical beauty, soothing fragrance, healing properties, and multitude of uses. In addition to these characteristics, lavender flowers also possess a unique meaning.
What Does the Lavender Flower Mean?
Like all flowers, Lavender flowers have common meanings. Here is a list of some of the most common meanings for Lavender flowers:
Purity, Silence, Serenity, Grace, Calmness, Devotion
The English word lavender is generally believed to be derived from Old French lavandre, which itself is ultimately derived from the Latin lavare (to wash). It is thought to refer to the use of infusions of the plants. The botanic name Lavandula is considered to be derived from this and other European vernacular names for the plants. However the authenticity of this explanation is sometimes doubted and the name may actually be derived from Latin livere, which means “blueish”.