Fer a Cheval Marseille Soap Flakes (400 g)
$19.00

Fer a Cheval

Marseille Soap Flakes

SKU: 45693

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Discover flakes of Marseille soap in a convenient box.

These flakes are made from Marseille soap and represent an economical, environmentally-friendly and multi-use solution for washing linen and clothes; ideal for sensitive skin.

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A natural, hypoallergenic soap.

This soap is exclusively plant-based. It does not contain any preservatives, dyes, additives or animal fat.

Biodegradable and environmentally-friendly.

It represents an ecological alternative to chemicals found in most skin care and housekeeping products.

Its generous size and minimal water content makes it economical for longer preservation.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Directions

To prepare your laundry liquid: mix 40g of soap flakes with 1L of very hot water, stir well until it jellifies. Store the laundry liquid in an appropriate bottle and shake well before use.

Handwash: mix 50ml of ready-made laundry liquid into 5L of water.

Washing machine: use 75ml of ready-made laundry liquid for 5kg of laundry, or 100ml for very dirty clothes. For best use, regularly pour a glass of white vinegar into your fabric softener compartment.

With time and according to their exposure to light and humidity, soap may be subject to variations in color and lose volume; nevertheless, it keeps its effectiveness.

Ingredients + Benefits

Sodium Palmate - Aqua - Sodium Palm Kernelate - Sodium Chloride - Sodium Hydroxide

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

For the last 160 years, the Savonnerie Fer à Cheval carries on a recipe passed down to each new generation of master soap-makers. Fer à Cheval's soap factory, firmly rooted in living heritage, is proud to continue to craft a key product in Marseille culture with respect for tradition, attention to detail and a great deal of love.

Saponification takes place in old cauldrons according to a traditional method, manufactured in five steps: pasting, graining out, boiling, washing and liquidation. These five steps are the reason for the iconic soap's renown.
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