Marius Fabre Marseille soap flakes are made from 100% vegetable oils and cooked in a cauldron to traditional Marseille soap-making practices. They are guaranteed colouring-free, unscented and additive-free. We recommend them for an effective but gentle wash on all fabrics, especially delicates (baby clothes, woollens, silk, lace, etc.).
Our special family recipe ensures that Marius Fabre Marseille soap flakes are properly dried and dehydrated.
As they are biodegradable and phosphate-free, they do not pollute rivers and are safe for the environment.
Net weight : 5 kg
For 110 years and four generations, our family has been making Marseille soap exclusively from a rigorous selection of vegetable oils. It contains no colouring and no synthetic additives. It is free of petroleum-based products and animal fats, unlike most of the other soaps and shower gels on the market.
Gentle on the skin, natural and effective
The traditional Marseille soap manufacturing process is a guarantee of "Extra Pure" soap that is entirely free of impurities. It is gentle on all types of skin, even the most sensitive ones (babies, people with allergies, etc.). Thanks to the nourishing properties of olive oil, Marius Fabre Marseille olive oil soap helps your skin keep a more natural moisture balance*.
Both our cubes and our soap flakes are recommended in the laundry for all your delicates (baby clothes, fragile fabrics: wool, silk and lace, etc.).
* Dermatological study SVHO/99, Montpellier Faculty of Medicine, Dermatology department
Gentle on the environment and economical
Made from vegetable oil, biodegradable, phosphate free and additive free, Marius Fabre soap doesn't pollute rivers and helps protect the environment. What's more, it requires very little packaging. It lasts a long time, especially when left to dry out. A durable, thrifty buy.
- 100 % vegetable oils
- No colouring, no added fragrance, no preservatives
- No chemical additives
Ingredients (INCI) : Sodium palmate, Sodium palm kernelate, Aqua, Sodium chloride, Sodium hydroxide
Dissolve 1 handful of soap flakes in 2 litres of hot water. Wash and then rinse thoroughly. (Use cold water for woollens).
Make your own Marseille soap washing liquid
- Dissolve 2 handfuls of soap flakes in 1 litre of very hot water (use a bottle or an old liquid detergent container). Shake well.
- Pour a cupful into the washing powder compartment of your washing machine.
- You can make your Marseille soap washing liquid in advance so that it's ready when you need it. Simply shake well (until smooth) before use.
If your water is hard, add a cupful of white vinegar in the fabric conditioner compartment at regular intervals.
For a scented fragrance, add a few drops of essential oil to your washing liquid (e.g. lavender, tea-tree or citrus).
For a whiter than white effect, add a tablespoon of bicarbonate of soda or a small handful of soda crystals.
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