Marseille Dishwashing Liquid Soap (Set of 2)
Spick and span pots and pans.
Marseille’s beloved olive oil soap is taking on a new role: Fer à Cheval now makes a dishwashing liquid from their classic Marseille soap. So there’s a lotta love and care going into every one of these bottles. Their dishwashing liquid combines degreasing efficiency with gentle skin care—it’s all-natural, certified organic and free of allergens (which is great if your skin is sensitive). With the fragrance of Provencal olive oil and grease-fighting oomph, your dishes will scrub up fresh and clean. A little nugget of “did you know?” info: The name “Marseille Soap” is a protected designation—to qualify for this highly coveted label, your soap has to be made in Provence with natural oils and just a handful of other ingredients: seawater, ash and lye. At Fer à Cheval, it’s a labor-intensive process that takes 10 days and starts with boiling the ingredients in ancient cauldrons overseen by a soap master and team of artisans.
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Details & Materials -
5% or over but less than 15%: anionic surfactants, 5% or over but less than 15%: nonionic surfactants, less than 5%: soap, perfumes, preservation agents: methylisothiazolinone, benzisothiazolinone. Allergen-free above the reporting threshold to minimize the risk of allergies.
Set of 2. Each container is 3.3"L x 2.5"W x 7.8"H and contains 500mL (16.9 fl. oz.).
Care & Notes
Only one or two squirts on a damp sponge are needed or dilute in several cups of water.
Soap can cause eye irritation; we recommend washing your hands after using. If in your eyes, wash thoroughly with water. Keep out of reach of children.
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