Original Savon de Marseille Honeysuckle Soap


“Savon de Marseille” Honeysuckle Soap

5 X 100g

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“Savon de Marseille” Honeysuckle Soap

5 X 100g

Marseille, a hub of commerce, became in the 17th century the main production site of soap in France, followed by Salon-de-Provence, and then by Toulon.

In 1688, Louis XIV laid down, by means of an Edict of Colbert, the rules which institutionalised Marseilles soap : besides the heating in great cauldrons, it was compulsory to use as vegetable oils only pure olive oil. Every animal fat was forbidden. Those who did not obey risked banishment from Provence! This Edict allowed Marseille soap to win the fame which it was never to lose…

Additional information

Weight 600 g

sodium tallowate sodium palm kernelate or sodium cocoate aqua glycerin parfum sodium chloride tetrasodium glutamate diacetate CI 77891 alcohol lonicera caprifolium flower extract rosmarinus officinalis extract caprylic/capric triglycerides hexyl cinnamal benzyl salicylate limonene linalool hydroxyisohexyl 3-cyclohexene carboxaldehyde butylphenyl methylpropional


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