Nablus is the second largest city of the West Bank, founded by the Romans in 72 a.C. and originally called Flavia Neapolis (“New City of the emperor Flavius Vespasianus”).
This city, after which the homonym detergent is named, boasts a long tradition of soap manufacturing. We have certain evidence of its production since the beginning of the X century, when olive oil-based soap used to be exported from the Nablus soap factories to the whole Arabic world and in Europe.
It is said that the soaps from Nablus were Queen Elisabeth I of England’s very favorites.
Nablus soap, packaged in elegant little boxes, represents a heritage of tradition and skills (/is a symbol of traditional heritage and skills) for the entire Palestine and is nowadays introduced for the first time in Italy by Vegetal-Progress®.
All of the Vegetal-Progress® Nablus soaps are certified “organic cosmetic” by Ecocert and each bar of soap weighs 100gr.
Every Vegetal-Progress® Nablus soap possesses these precious features:
✓ no chemical surfactants
✓ no EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid)
✓ no parabens
✓ no chemical fragrances
✓ no animal testing
While each variety of Soap has its own special qualities:
Nablus Soap Dead Sea mud® is ideal for all skin problems and is toning and hydrating.
This soap is suited for a deep cleansing of face and body, without compromising the skin's natural defenses.
Ideal for oily, acneic and fungal skin, it is excellent for keeping the skin of face and body smooth and warmly scented.