This is our stain remover soap bar, 100g.
Marius Fabre is one of the four real Marseille soap makers. They have been making soaps since 1900. They cook all their soaps in cauldron using a traditional method of soap making. Their soaps have been used in France for generations.
We love this stain remover soap bar because it ticks a lot of boxes.
First, it's ingredients: it's vegan and made with sunflower and coconut oil. It's also fragrance free, colouring free, preservative free and palm oil free.
Second, its uses: It's a fantastic stain remover. The 100g format is ideal for travels. You can use it to remove stains on delicate fabrics or simply hand-wash something. It won't damage your clothes!
Third, its packaging: it comes in a paper box. Nothing more, nothing less.
How to use:
- Stubborn stains: rub the soap bar (wet) on the stain. Put the garment in your washing machine. It will work on greasy stains, shirt collars etc etc.
- Hand-washing: gently washes all fabrics and that includes delicate items (baby clothes, wool, silk, lace, etc.) Wet the clothes. Wash them with the Marseille soap. Make it foam. Rince in clean water.
Take this little soap with you during your travels. It takes next to no space, it's lightweight and it's efficient! It's such a gentle soap that you can also use it for your face & body!
How long will it lasts?
Keep it dry between each use and it will last you weeks. If you only use it to clean stains on delicate fabric, it could last you three to four months or even more.
Soap 30% and over (Sodium Sunflowerseedate, Sodium Cocoate). Also contains: Aqua, Glycerine, Sodium chloride, Sodium hydroxide. Made from vegetable oil, biodegradable, phosphate free and additive free, it doesn't pollute rivers.
The glycerine in Marseille soaps has not been added, it is the one that is naturally present in vegetable oil. After a 10 day cooking period and many rinses, only a small amount remains. Authentic Marseille soap, when it is made according to traditional processes, is actually glycerine free.
“Glycerine” is, however, listed in our soaps’ ingredients because some traces remain. The new cosmetic regulation requires all ingredients, even in small quantities, to be stated in the list of ingredients.