Batch of 4 Olive Marseille Soap Cube Without Case 300g
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According to the Edict of Colbert (1688), only olive oils are used in the manufacture of our extra pure Marseille soap.
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100% authentic Marseille soap; often imitated, but never equalled.
Our authentic Marseille soap is made in cauldrons, according to an ancestral know-how perpetuated by generations of Master soap makers. Our extra pure soap respects the Edict of Colbert (1688) according to which only olive oils should be used in the manufacture of Marseille soap.
Our Marseille soap is a natural, effective and healthy alternative for skin care and housekeeping.
The Ancestral cauldrons saponification process
Nearly 10 days are necessary for the elaboration of our cauldron-cooked soap according to the Marseille process. This ancestral know-how transmitted by Master soap makers through generations is still used to this day.
A natural, hypoallergenic soap
This soap is exclusively plant-based. It does not contain any preservatives, dyes, additives or animal fat. No palm oil.
Biodegradable and environmentally-friendly.
It represents an ecological alternative to chemicals found in most skin care and housekeeping products.
Its generous size and minimal water content makes it economical for longer preservation.
Ask for the logo of authenticity
Fer à Cheval is one of the founders of the UPSM (Union des Professionnels du Savon de Marseille), literally Union of Marseille Soap Professionals, which strives for the certification of authentic Marseille soap.
This logo guarantees a soap made:
• exclusively from plant-based oils, without chemical additives, preservatives, or fragrance
• in cauldrons according to the ancestral, 5-step, Marseille process
• in Marseille.
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100% natural origin of total. COSMOS NATURAL certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to COSMOS standard available at http://COSMOS.ecocert.com/
Sodium olivate, aqua (water), sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide.
This soap may incur variations of colour when exposed to light and humidity.
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