Eco-friendly 100% natural washing powder

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Sarah Bonomo makes washing powder from Marseille soap, sodium bicarbonate and soda ash. Her packagings are fully recyclable and recycled, without plastics.

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Eco-friendly soaps, handmade in the Lot department

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Nathalie Marty is a craftswoman soapmaker: she has developed her own soap recipes, palm oil, synthetic fragrance and petrochemicals free.

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100% natural syrups and bier, made by hand

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Fabrice has received a food agriculture and agricultural farming training, completed by a specialisation in the field of aromatic plants: in 2006, he was joined by Nathalie. They make artisanal syrups from wild plants picking in the Alpes de Hautes Provence(*).

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Sustainable luxury island-hotel between the tropical forest and the ocean, in Cambodia

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Six Senses is opening a luxury hotel on Krabey island in the south of Cambodia. The private suites have been constructed with total respect for the surrounding jungle and blend into the landscape.

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100% natural skincare from the Cap Ferret

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The Laboratoires du Cap Ferret(*) produce a short range of high-performance cosmetics, from marine and plant active ingredients, natural and traceable.

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Eco-friendly care for skins exposed to climatic extremes

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Ski champion and part of the French national alpine ski teams for eleven years, Raphaëlle Monod Sjöström is used to extreme temperatures. After having travelled the world and collected good practises, she launched Snö Eternelle, an eco-friendly skin-care line for the  outdoor.

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Endangered species photo exhibition, supported by the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco from November 21st to 25th, 2018

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Jean-Charles Vinaj takes photos of animals from the wild and primarily threatened species. His snapshots will be on display in Monaco from November 21st to 25th 2018, and the public will have free access to the exhibition.

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