Our Extra Pure Marseille Soap is made in Marseille using the traditional cooking process.
It is 100% of natural origin, based exclusively on vegetable oils, without coloring agents, perfumes or preservatives. The color of the soap can vary from white to dark beige depending on the production batches because of the vegetable oils used from one cauldron to another. This gives our soaps the authenticity of a product made from natural materials and does not alter the quality of the finished product.
Marseille soap is an ecological product. Gentle for the skin, its hypoallergenic formulation is very appreciated by allergic, sensitive or irritated skins and is suitable for the whole family! Used for personal hygiene or as a cleaning product, for the linen or the house, the Marseille soap is a traditional and very economical product which can be kept for a long time.
Natural composition approved by ECOCERT
Our Marseille soap is a 100% natural product certified COSMOS NATURAL by ECOCERT Greenlife according to the COSMOS standard, here it is packaged in a cardboard box from responsible sources (FSC certified).
The Union of Marseille Soap Professionals
La Corvette Marseille soaps respect the artisanal manufacturing charter set by the Union des Professionnels du Savon de Marseille, of which the Savonnerie du Midi is a founding member.
The trademark guarantees :
- A traditional manufacturing process of cooking in a period cauldron
- A composition of traditional Marseille soap from raw materials and oils exclusively vegetable, without additives, preservatives or perfume,
- A production site in the Bouches-du-Rhône department, the historical birthplace of Marseille soap.
Sodium Palmate*, Aqua (Water), Sodium Palm Kernelate*, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hydroxide.
*RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Oil) certified oils, from sustainably managed plantations, respecting the environment and local cultures
La Corvette - Savonnerie du Midi Marseille soaps contain a minimal amount of glycerin. This glycerin is derived from the natural saponification process and is not added to the soap. This glycerin is removed during the washing stages of the Marseilles process. However, a small trace of it remains in the finished product and the regulations require us to indicate this on our ingredient lists.
Our Marseille soaps rated "Excellent" 100/100 on Yuka !