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- Use to make your own washing powder for your laundry at a fraction of the cost of commercial products


- Use  as a stain remover for your clothes

Rub stains with a piece of dry soap to remove them easier during washing.


Make your jewellery shine.

Dilute a piece of soap in boiling water and soak jewellery.


Clean and soften your brushes

After cleaning, leave your brushes to soak for several hours in warm soapy water.


Make your tiles and floors shine

Wash with soapy water and rinse well.


Perfume your clothes

Put a little piece of soap in your wardrobe.


Keeps away moths

Place a piece of savon de Marseille amongst your stored clothes to act as a moth deterrent.


Keeps skin smooth

Use your soap to exfoliate your skin in a warm bath.


For shaving

Make a mousse-like lather with your soap.


  What else can I do with my Savon de Marseille?

Savon de Marseille washing powder


This recipe is cheap and also respectful of the environment.


It makes an effective washing liquid!

You need:


80g Savon de Marseille grated

1.5 litres water

1 tablespoon of white vinegar

1 tablespoon of bicarbonate of soda

Shake well.


Your colours will be preserved thanks to the bicarbonate of soda, your machine will have less scale thanks to the white vinegar and your laundry will be clean thanks

to the Savon de Marseille.


You can also use this as a household cleaner for walls, floors, kitchen or bathroom.

It saves using multiple products and is better for the environment, containing

no harsh chemicals.


Don’t use more soap than recommended or you may leave traces of product behind.

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