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Manufacturing Savon de Marseille
Manufacturing Savon de Marseille
Manufacturing Savon de Marseille
Manufacturing Savon de Marseille
Manufacturing Savon de Marseille
             
Where it all begins - with the best dried ingredients sourced mainly from the Provencal region. Delicate pieces of petals and herbs are added to our genuine savon de Marseille to give natural fragrance and texture to this special soap.
 
After up to 2 weeks of gentle heating and resting of the soap mixture by the Maitre de Savon, thorough mincing then occurs to ensure the end result is a smooth and silky bar of savon de Marseille.
 
The new savon de Marseille is now formed into it's final shape - here is a long piece of uncut soap which will become 100g cubes or bars of Lavender savon de Marseille.
 
Cutting the new savon de Marseille into it's final form ready for packing and dispatch all over the world.
             

Savon de Marseille, or Marseille soap requires very little care to ensure you remain delighted every time you use it.

Please do not leave your soap sitting in water, place it in a soap dish or store it somewhere dry.

If you are not going to be using your soap for some time, dry it and place it in your airing cupboard.

If you want your new soap to last longer, remove it from its cellophane wrapping and store in your airing cupboard for as long as you can. Alternatively, place the unwrapped soap in your lingerie drawer to fragrance it delicately. Doing either of these things will dry and harden it, ensuring a longer life for your soap.

Diagram showing stages of soap production.
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