Decorating the tree is a tradition of pagan origin that dates back to the Middle Ages. First practiced in Germanic countries, it spread throughout the world in the 19th century. Before its association with the Christian religion and Christmas gifts, the fir tree, thanks to its evergreen nature, was seen as a symbol of rebirth at the end of the winter solstice. The “Fir and Cassis” soap mixes the scent of balsam fir with the fruity hint of blackcurrant, which elevates and perpetuates the fresh and woody effect of this endearing scent. The rich, moisturizing soaps are completely handmade, palm oil free , with shea butter, cocoa butter, olive oil and coconut oil. A little luxury combining environmental concerns and sensory pleasure.