La Corvette Marseille - Aleppo Liquid Soap 500 ml
This Aleppo Liquid soap is made according to a very old traditional recipe, cooked in a cauldron under the responsibility of a Master Soapmaker, from vegetable oils.
Designed with organic laurel and olive berry oils from Organic Farming, our Aleppo soap is dermatologically tested. Rich in glycerin, it is a real care for the body and the face.
For daily cleaning, apply your Aleppo liquid soap to damp skin, massage and rinse. To promote the appearance of a creamy foam, use our natural sea sponge or a shower flower. Avoid contact with eyes. External use only.
- Plant & organic composition
- COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to the COSMOS standard.
- Made in France in a cauldron
99% of the ingredients are of natural origin.
17% of the total ingredients are from organic farming.
Aqua (Water), Potassium Olivate **, Potassium Laurate **, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Olea Europaea (olive) Fruit Oil *, Laurus nobilis Fruit Oil *, Potassium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Helianthus Annuus (sunflower) Seed Oil, Tocopherol .
* Ingredients from Organic Farming
** Processed from organic ingredients
The Union of SOAP professionals in Marseille The soaps of Marseille the Corvette comply with the Charter of artisanal manufacture set by the Union of professionals of the detergent of Marseille whose soapy of the Midi is a founding member.
The trademark guarantees:
- A traditional cooking process in the cauldron of the period
- A composition of the traditional Marseille soap from raw materials and exclusively vegetable oils, without additives, preservatives or perfumes,
- A place of manufacture in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, the historical cradle of the soap of Marseille.
Who is La Corvette Marseille?
Founded in Marseille, France in 1894, Savonnerie du Midi is one of the last historic soap factories in Marseille to perpetuate the recipe and know-how of traditional Marseille soap.
Steeped in history, this factory is located at the bottom of the Carmes valley, in the Aygalades district in the 15th arrondissement of Marseille.