Magikabou is an artisanal soap factory based in St Christophe in Charente Maritime. You will discover body and face soaps, maintenance based on organic, natural and local ingredients as far as possible. As well as eco-responsible accessories.
In 2019, Harmonie created the artisanal soap factory Magikabou, based in Saint Christophe in Charente Maritime, in order to offer healthy and natural products for the skin and for the environment. This requires a meticulous selection of producers, raw materials, packaging... in order to have a finished product of quality, biodegradable and which respects the skin.
To make the soaps, it uses the ancestral method of cold saponification. This means that the oils are not overheated and allows maximum preservation of the virtues in the soap. We will therefore obtain soap with glycerin. The latter will make it possible to redo the hydrolipidic film of the skin. In addition, each soap is superfatted to bring softness to the skin.
The soap factory offers two ranges of soaps:
A body and face range with two soaps without essential oils.
- Biquette soap (with goat's milk and yellow clay for acne-prone and dry skin)
- Flower power soap (with calendula macerate and oat milk for sensitive and irritated skin)
Two soaps with essential oils:
- Mint Soap (exfoliating with rosemary infusion and peppermint essential oil)
- Black Beard Soap (for shaving and detoxifying the skin with vegetable charcoal).
As well as a maintenance range:
- Shiny Soap (degreaser and cleaner for dishes)
- Cendrillon soap (soap stain remover for clothes and textiles).
The soap factory is committed to defending values such as:
Knowing where the raw materials come from, how they were extracted and whether the producer is paid correctly are important concepts in the eyes of Harmony. She therefore tries to work directly with local, French producers as soon as possible. It also wants to be transparent with consumers by informing them of the origin of the raw materials.
Each packaging is selected in such a way that it has the least possible impact on the environment (upcycled products, etc.)
She therefore made the choice to work with seeded paper for the packaging of individual soaps so that it is biodegradable, compostable and above all flowery to see honey flowers grow there.
- the short circuit
Harmonie uses plants from the garden to make macerates or infusions, which will be incorporated into soaps. It is then close to his heart to promote local producers (17) with a responsible and ethical approach (goat's milk, beeswax, camelina oil and sunflower oil). The other materials come from French and foreign producers for shea butter, coconut oil and certain essential oils.
- the quality
Each raw material is selected with attention and care in order to have cold-extracted, natural or even organic ingredients from local, French producers as soon as possible. Because the quality of the raw materials determines the finished product, Harmonie insists on using only natural materials.
- Bus stop "Church of Saint-Christophe": line 17.
Free access.Method(s) of payment accepted
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From 01/04 to 30/06 every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.
From 01/07 to 31/08 every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
By appointment only, subject to availability.
From 01/09 to 30/11 every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.
On appointment.Pet Friendly