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Nesti Dante FLORENTINE ROSE & PEONY SOAP

£7.00

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A romantic partnership of rose and peony redolent of early summer gardens.

  • A silky soap that lathers easily and lasts well
  • Overall dimensions: 11 cm x 7 cm x 3.5 cm
  • Weight: 250g
  • Vegan and cruelty-free. Dermatologically tested
  • Free from petrochemicals, synthetic surfactants, genetically modified ingredients, microplastics and polyethylene glycol (PEG)
  • Manufactured in Italy in a solar-powered factory

I aim to pick and pack your order within 24 hours of receipt and you should expect your parcel to arrive within 3–5 working days under normal circumstances. Orders placed on a Friday may not be sent until the following Monday. All delivery charges are calculated and displayed at the checkout.

  • If your order can safely be sent in an envelope or small parcel, it will be sent by Royal Mail via a tracked service for £3.50. This doesn't require a signature but does let you know where your parcel is.
  • Larger orders will be sent either with Royal Mail or FedEx for £4.95. Tracking details will be sent via SMS and/or email, if these contacts are provided.
  • Large or heavy items will be sent for £10 via FedEx or an equivalent courier with tracking provided.
  • For deliveries to Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Channel Islands and international addresses, please drop me a line at atyourservice@dancoopergarden.com letting me know where you are in the world and what you'd like to purchase. I will check the items are allowed to be shipped to your location and get a cost for your approval.

Should you need to return an item, drop me a line at atyourservice@dancoopergarden.com within 14 days of receiving your purchase, providing your name, order number and the reason for your return. I will let you know how to return your item.

Please visit my Delivery & Returns page for more detailed information.

Brand Focus

Nesti Dante

One sunny morning just after the Second World War, Dante Nesti fell from his bicycle in the cobbled streets of Florence, scraping his knees. A kindly butcher gave him some leftover pieces of fat, telling him that if he mixed it with soda, he could make soap to clean his wounds. Dante got back on his bicycle and went straight to the hardware store to buy more supplies. Using his mother's copper basin he made soap for his friends and family to try. By 1947 he'd bought some land and founded his business. 

Today, the Nesti Dante factory is one of Europe's most highly regarded soap manufacturing facilities, using the water boiler method of production. The company is run by the second and third generations of Dante's family.
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