Le Baigneur is French luxury skincare for men. This Paris-based line of artisanal soaps and other grooming products is made from 100% organic ingredients and is produced locally. From the cold saponification manufacturing process to the plastic-free packaging, Le Baigneur is a sophisticated example of French savoir faire.
Le Baigneur soaps have unique qualities because they are made by hand in a Montreuil soap factory using a cold saponification method. By using this traditional process instead of a quick, heat-based method, the nutritional qualities of the ingredients are preserved and enhanced.
The upcoming OuiPlease Homme box will include a trio of Le Baigneur’s artisanal soaps for men. These three soaps – Toning, Relaxing or Exfoliating – can be used on the face or body, and perfectly complement each other. Each of the three soaps in the trio will leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated due to their natural glycerin preserve. To maintain the quality and extend the lifespan of your soap, always make sure to place your soap on a soap dish after each use.
The Toning Soap is our go-to for daily use. Made from oil of cameline, activated vegetable charcoal, and black pepper and clove essential oils, this soap will have you feeling fresh and clean in no time. Use the Toning Soap to regenerate cells and bring elasticity back to your skin.
The Relaxing Soap is comforting and rebalancing – perfect to use at the end of a long day. Created from soothing ingredients such as hemp oil, petitgrain and cedarwood essential oils, this soap is great to use not only before bed, but also when skin is feeling dry and irritated.
The Exfoliating Soap will purify and scrub skin of all types. It’s a must-have for summer. Made from sweet almond oil, white clay, coconut pulp and peppermint essential oil, Savon Exfoliant will leave your skin rejuvenated and refreshed with just one use.
Want to try the Le Baigneur Soap Trio and other full-sized French luxury products for men? Become a OuiPlease Homme member to receive our premier men’s box this fall.