Historic French Soap
Based on vegetable oils, without dyes, without perfumes and without synthetic products, Marius Fabre's cube of Marseille soap with olive oil is particularly gentle on the skin and contributes to respecting the environment, it lasts even longer after drying.
Since 1900 and four family generations, in Salon-de-Provence, Marius Fabre have perpetuated the traditional production of Marseille soap , cooked in a cauldron. Economical , it lasts even longer after drying. For more than 120 years and four family generations, they have been making their Marseille soap from exclusively, rigorously selected vegetable oils. It does not contain any coloring or synthetic additives. It is not made from petroleum derivatives or animal fats like the majority of commercial soaps and shower gels.
The “Marseille-style” manufacturing process guarantees an “Extra pure” soap, rid of all impurities. It takes care of all skin types, especially the most sensitive (babies, allergic skin, etc.). Olive oil provides its nourishing properties: Marius Fabre Marseille soap with olive oil helps reduce skin dryness*.
* SVHO/99 dermatological study, Montpellier University Hospital, Dermatology Department
Historical Marseille Soap must have the following:
1. A composition: vegetable oils exclusively, without perfume, without dye, without preservative.
2. A manufacturing process: cooking in a cauldron, according to a specific saponification process, called the “Marseille process”, comprising 5 stages. Cauldron manufacturing lasts from one week to 10 days.
3. A geographical origin: made in the historic Marseille soap-making basin: the Marseille region, today corresponding to the department of Bouches-du-Rhône (13).
Olive oil, Coconut oil, Soap 30% and more (sodium olivate, sodium cocoate)
Also contains: Aqua, glycerin, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide
Guaranteed without palm oil
To wash your hands
For the toilette on the face and the body
Beyond the toilette, Savon de Marseille has many uses and virtues often overlooked:
For the toilet: takes care of the most sensitive skin. Recommended by dermatologists in case of intolerance to synthetic soaps and cleansing bases.
Against moths: Hang a slice of Marseille soap in your cupboard to keep moths away.
Against cramps: Placing a slice of Marseille soap at the bottom of the bed helps relieve cramps and rheumatism.
As a stain remover: A stain rubbed before washing with a slightly damp soap will be removed more effectively than with all synthetic detergents (ideal for shirt collars).
To treat wounds: Marseille soap cleans small wounds and abrasions.
As a toothpaste: It is very good for the gums and makes the teeth clean and white.