Benefits and uses, Marseille Soap

The benefits of Marseille Soap

The benefits of Marseille soap for the home and the body

1- Marseille soap for the home

It has always existed and yet we don't think about how multifunctional Marseille soap is! Laundry, cleaning, cramps, anti-stain, toothpaste, shampoo... its use is varied! We give you some examples.

To make your own multi-purpose cleaner with Marseille soap: 

In an empty spray bottle, add 2 tablespoons of our olive Marseille soap, one tablespoon of white vinegar and 100ml of hot water. Shake the bottle and spray with a sponge and rub on your dirty surfaces.

You can use Marseille soap in many ways.

To make your own washing powder with : 

100 g Marseille soap shavings
2 litres of hot water
1 litre of cold water.
3 tbsp. baking soda
20 drops of lavender essential oil (optional)

To make your own washing-up liquid: 

1 l boiling water,
50 g grated Marseille soap,
1 tbsp. baking soda
1 tbsp. white vinegar
1 tbsp. soda crystals
1 tbsp. liquid black soap

To limit scratches on your pans:

To protect and degrease your pots and pans, nothing is better than Marseille soap.

To keep bad smells away: 

Natural deodorant with high efficiency. Marseille soap soaked in lukewarm water will help you get rid of bad smells.

To relieve cramps: 

A grandmother's trick that works! By placing the Marseille soap at the foot of your bed, it will release potassium which will nourish your legs and relieve the night fields.

To remove rings : 

It's easy to remove stains from your clothes. Moisten the garment and rub your cube on the stain. Soak the garment for 20 minutes in very cold water.

To soothe superficial wounds: 

It was with olive Marseille soap that doctors in the 19th century disinfected the area around a wound or their hands before an operation.

To get rid of fleas and aphids: 

Like black soap, Marseille soap is a natural repellent. Mix 20 grams of soap with a litre of warm water and spray on plants that have been attacked by fleas or aphids.

2- Marseille soap for the body

It is non-irritating and will leave your skin feeling soft when you get out of the shower

It is hypoallergenic and can therefore disinfect and clean your wounds

It is ideal for fragile skin, especially in cases of eczema

It can be used as a toothpaste page for sensitive gums

It can be used as an exfoliant for your skin in a hammam

It is suitable for babies' skin to do your laundry and avoid the risks of irritation or allergies

It is ideal as a shaving cream to moisturise your skin

It is allergen-free, dye-free and zero waste!

It can be used as a toothpaste

It can also be used as a shampoo and shower gel for much longer than a liquid shower gel or shampoo.


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