Immaculate Waters Bath and Shower Liquid Soaps have a silky luxurious feel that leaves skin clean without using any of the damaging sulfates, surfactants, or detergents often found in many liquid products. We add vegetable based glycerine, which both helps to draw moisture up through the skin and slow drying of the skin. They are perfect for those with sensitive skin.
Immaculate Waters Hand and Body Lotions are unlike anything on the market. Often referred to as a simple lotion, they have fewer additives than most lotions, resulting in a light, vanishing and non-greasy moisturizer that petroleum based products cannot duplicate. They also carry their lovely lavender or rose scent for hours, and of course, are made with genuine Lourdes Grotto water.
Immaculate Waters Soaps leave the skin feeling clean and moisturized. Made with love and pure Lourdes Grotto water, they come in either a lovely lavender or rose scent and make bathing a calming, pleasurable experience. We make them with the highest quality ingredients, including the best oils, shea butter and either lavender essential oil or rose fragrance.
Our bar soaps were the very first product we made and shared with friends and family. They continue to be a favorite in our home and many others.
Lourdes is a small town in southwestern France that became famous for the Marian appearance of Our Lady of Lourdes in 1858. On February 11 of that year, a 14-year-old local girl, Bernadette Soubirous, claimed a beautiful lady appeared to her in the remote Grotto of Massabielle. The lady later appeared another 17 times, and identified herself as "the Immaculate Conception". Faithful believe her to be the Blessed Virgin Mary, who told Bernadette to tell the people this: "I am the Immaculate Conception, go drink at the spring and bathe in its waters." Although no water was in plain sight, Bernadette began to dig in the area indicated by the Lady and a spring began to flow.
Lourdes water has become famous for the miraculous healings that have come to those who drank or bathed in it. Since 1860, the Roman Catholic Church has officially recognized 67 miraculous healings which are individually and thoroughly studied for authenticity and and proved to be the result of only the healing power of the water. No physical or psychological basis can be the cause of these healings.
Today, Lourdes is the single greatest catholic pilgrimage site in France, one of the largest pilgrimage and Catholic shrine sites in the world, and the single most famous modern shrine of Our Lady.