$28.00

Marseille Laundry Soap Flakes

These soap flakes are hypoallergenic and highly recommended for the hand washing of delicate and natural fabrics, especially silk and baby laundry. This can also be made into litres of natural laundry detergent, and fed directly into the washing machine. 

These soap flakes are guaranteed 100% Marseille soap, 100% plant-based with no chemical additives, artificial fragrances nor colours. Made in a cauldron in accordance to the traditional 5 -step Marseille soap-making practice. 

  1. Put 20-25g of Marseille soap flakes into a large mixing bowl 
  2. Prepare 1 litre of water in a kettle
  3. Pour the boiling water onto the soap flakes and mix until the soap has completely dissolved 
  4. Leave to cool down
  5. Pour into a glass bottle or any washing liquid container for storage

Optional

  1. Add in 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 30 drops of essential oil (optional). To remove stubborn stains, squeeze in a wedge of lemon directly over the affected spot. 

Sodium Palmate (Sustainable Palm), Aqua (Purified Water), Sodium Palm Kernelate (Sustainable Palm Kernel Oil), Sodium Chloride (Salt), Sodium Hydroxide (lye) 

Fer à Cheval is one of the founders of the UPSM (Union des Professionnels du Savon de Marseille) which strives for the certification of authentic Marseille soap.

 

How to use

  1. Put 20-25g of Marseille soap flakes into a large mixing bowl 
  2. Prepare 1 litre of water in a kettle
  3. Pour the boiling water onto the soap flakes and mix until the soap has completely dissolved 
  4. Leave to cool down
  5. Pour into a glass bottle or any washing liquid container for storage

Optional

  1. Add in 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 30 drops of essential oil (optional). To remove stubborn stains, squeeze in a wedge of lemon directly over the affected spot. 

Ingredients

Sodium Palmate (Sustainable Palm), Aqua (Purified Water), Sodium Palm Kernelate (Sustainable Palm Kernel Oil), Sodium Chloride (Salt), Sodium Hydroxide (lye) 

About the Brand

Fer à Cheval is one of the founders of the UPSM (Union des Professionnels du Savon de Marseille) which strives for the certification of authentic Marseille soap.