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Traditional Marseille Soaps

Traditional Marseille Soaps

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Traditional Marseille Soaps in their famous cube shape 300 and 600 gr, olive and neutral, made in our workshop of Cours Julien in Marseille by our Master Soapmaker Serge Bruna.

Pierre Bruna was the family’s first soapmaker. Today over a century later, Serge Bruna, a Master Soapmaker of Marseille, and his wife Laurence are carrying on the family soapmaking tradition. They manufacture a wide range of Marseille Soap products that are enjoyed by their many customers across the globe. Savonnerie de la Licorne soaps are made from 100% pure vegetable oils. The production process involves passing raw soap through granite rollers to give it a super-fine gentleness. Next, a mixer is used to add the special ingredients needed for fragrances and special properties, such as honey, essential oils, lavender, rose and orange blossom. Lastly, the scented, colored soap gets stamped and moulded into a wide range of shapes – often according to a customer’s special request.
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Ingredients of our solids soaps :

NEUTRAL : sodium palmate – aqua – sodium palm kernelate – sodium chloride – sodium hydroxide

OLIVE : sodium olivate – aqua – glycerin – sodium chloride – sodium hydroxide


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