There’s nothing like Marseille soap made with olive oil to get rid of them.
Our tip: When it’s dry, use the Marseille soap in the bathroom. It will be even gentler on your skin.
We talk about moth bites but adult moths are not the culprits who eat into our fabrics. The holes are the work of larvae hatching from the eggs laid and buried in the fabrics by adult moths. The larvae feed on textile fibre and use it to make their cocoons before they in turn become moths.
So, to prevent moth larvae from invading your wardrobes and cabinets, the first thing to do is to stop the adult moths from making themselves at home.
Adult moths are very sensitive to certain odours. The oils in real Marseille soap made with olive oil act as repellents so that the moths are not inclined to lay eggs and breed in your wardrobes and cabinets.
Marseille soap has not yet been awarded a protected origins label. This means that there are a lot of counterfeits on the market.
To be sure you’re buying real Marseille soap, make sure it has the logo of the Marseille Soapmakers’ union, Union des Professionnels du Savon de Marseille, on it. The Marius Fabre soap factory is one of the four founding members of the soapmakers’ union. The “Savon de Marseille” logo is a warrant of authenticity and strict compliance for the composition, the manufacturing process and the geographical origins of the soap.
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If you live in or near Paris, visit our Boutique Marius Fabre, 26 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris.