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Soap-mak­ers Khan Al Saboun build on their cen­tur ies-old her itage with a new eco-vil­lage ded­i­cated to pro­mot­ing and preser ving the tra­di­tion

600 years of his­tory

The Has­soun fam­ily has been mak­ing soap for the last 600 years. Their brand Khan Al Saboun is a soap-mak­ing au­thor ity in Le­banon. Dr. Bader Has­soun has main­tained the fam­ily legacy, tour ing the world to find the ul­ti­mate in­gre­di­ents of flow­ers and herbs, while con­tin­u­ing the recipes in­her ited from his an­ces­tors.

Visit the eco-vil­lage

In 1990, Dr. Bader Has­soun and his fam­ily re­vived the old Khan, where the soap­mak­ing jour­ney be­gan, and trans­formed it into The Eco Vil­lage of Dr. Bader Has­soun

(06 416648, Ras Maka El Koura, Tripoli). Here vis­i­tors can see the tra­di­tional ecofr iendly pro­duc­tion process where or­ganic prod­ucts are turned into soap and learn about the fam­ily’s soap-mak­ing her itage. The eco-vil­lage will soon in­clude a bou­tique ho­tel and a mu­seum ded­i­cated to the ar t of per­fume mak­ing, along with an East­ern Spa and restau­rant.

Go nat­u­ral

The per fect gif ts for the fes­tive sea­son, Khan Al Saboun’s prod­ucts are kind on the skin. Hand­made from or­ganic, 100% nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents, they in­clude ever ything from aro­matic and ther­a­peu­tic soaps to es­sen­tial oils, creams and skin care prod­ucts. Tr y their cedar-oil soap, made with oil, honey and cedar oil fra­grance, laven­der or thyme. Their prod­ucts are avail­able at the eco-vil­lage, in the Ed­da­hab Old Souk in Tr ipoli, in Beirut at Le Royal Ho­tel (Dbayeh) and on­line.

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