Frequenly Asked Questions

What is Savon de Marseille?

Savon de Marseille means “Soap from Marseille” — France’s souther port city on the Mediterranean Sea. Marseille soap is a hard soap, which can take different sizes and shapes: cube, retangle oval, or chips and flakes. It must be made from vegetable oils exclusively, without perfume, Without coloring, without additives or preservatives

What does the 72% stamp mean?

During the traditional production of Marseille Soap, the soap maker put in the cauldron at least 72% of vegetal oil (Palm, Copra and Olive). The 72% stamp ensures it. Consequently, you can see this stamp both on the white and the green Marseille Soap.

Is it common for liquid Marseille soap to change color or consistency when it gets cold??

This occurs due to the presence of the vegetable oil that we use to enrich our products and disappears when the temperature rises without altering the quality of the product.

What are the ingredients of Savon de Marseille?

Olive oil, Palm oil, Sea salt, alkaline ash from Mediterranean sea plants, and water .