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Natural Olive Oil Soap Learn more about our natural, handmade soaps made from 100% organic olive oil. Traditionally manufactured in France by Comme Avant in Marseille.

Our soap is certified

MADE USING THE BEST MANUFACTURING METHODS THAT MEET THE HIGHEST STANDARDS



  • ✓ Palm oil-free
  • ✓ Colorant-free
  • ✓ Perfum-free
  • ✓ Synthetic product-free
  • ✓ Sulfate-free
  • ✓ Essential oil-free
  • ✓ Endocrine pertubator-free
  • ✓ Preservative-free


A SIMPLE, UNIVERSAL, AND EFFECTIVE SOAP

Our soaps are multipurpose

The making of our soap

Soaps made through cold saponification

Our soaps are like the ones made « in the olden days »

Our soaps are family-friendly

Our soaps are environmentally-friendly

Our soaps are economical

What is the difference between our soap and the so-called "Savon de Marseille"?

What can you do with our soap?

These are the different ways you can use our soap:

Wash your body

Our soap can be applied to the whole body. You don’t have to use a lot of soap for it to work. The best way to use it is to take a wet washcloth and rub it 10 times on the soap (that should be sufficient to wash your entire body). If you prefer using liquid soap, you can dilute our soap with water and put it in an empty jar/bottle as per the recipe below.

Make your own liquide soap for hands or body

Heat 250 ml of water to simmer, then reduce heat and add 50g of our soap grated (or flakes). Stir and then wait until the mix cools down before placing the liquid in a container of your choice. According to the consistency, you can adjust the water quantity.

Wash your hair

You can also use a washcloth to wash your hair. Rub the washcloth over the soap ten times, then rub the top and sides of your head three times in a circular movement. This will give you enough soap to perfectly wash your hair.

Careful: this is not an industriel shampoo, so consider rinsing your hair abundantly with water to avoid getting greasy hair. To finish off you can also use an apple cider rinse (1 tbsp of water for 10 tbsp of vinegar).

About that, if you’ve always used industrial soap you should be aware that your hair might seem a bit greasy for a few weeks. This is a normal reaction as your hair has gotten used to the silicone in your regular shampoo. It therefore takes a little while before your hair gets used to the absence of silicone and starts being capable of absorbing the glycerine.

If you have long hair, here is some advice from Ines, one of our loyal customers: “I pour some soap in my hands and rub it on my scalp with the tip of my fingers to lift the roots. I then rinse my hair thoroughly with water and tilt my head forward for the soap to run from the roots to the ends of my hair. I finish with a cold-water rinse, this way the cuticles close nice and tightly, avoiding the hair getting greasy too quickly. My hair is nourished, shiny, soft, and my curls are beautiful”.

Wash your laundry

Heat 1 liter of water (to simmer) and turn the heat down before adding 30g of our grated soap (or flakes). Let the flakes melt and stir once in while. Once the mix has cooled down, add 1 tbsp of sodium bicarbonate. You can add fragrances if you fancy a particular smell. We recommend to favour fragrances to essential oils, as oils lose their efficiency when heated and are more polluting. Take an empty laundry liquide bottle and pour the mix in it. Leave it to rest for 24h or overnight. Don’t forget to shake your mix because each use.

If your water is particularly calcareous, you can add white vinegar as a softener. And we recommend, about once a month, to clean your machine by launching a vacuum program with soda crystals.

Wash your dishes

Heat 1 liter of water (to simmer). Turn the heat down before and add 20g of our grated soap (or flakes). Let the flakes melt and stir once in while. Once the mix has cooled down, add 1 tbsp of sodium bicarbonate and 1 tbsp of soda crystals. Take an empty washing-up liquide bottle and pour our mix in it. And that’s it! Just use the same quantities you would normally use.

Use it for shaving

Our soap contains enough grease to be used as shaving balm or shaving foam. Simply moisten your soap bar, then apply it to the area to be shaved. Shave, rinse, and dab with a towel. Thanks to our natural soap, you won’t be needing any aftershave.

Clean the floors

Heat 1 liter of water (to simmer) and turn the heat down before adding 30g of our grated soap (or flakes). Let the flakes melt and stir once in while. Once the mix has cooled down, add 1 tbsp of white vinegar. Take an empty bottle and pour the mix in it. To wash your floors, use 1 dose of this mix for 1 liter of water.

You don’t have to use vinegar. If you don’t like the smell of it, you can replace it by 1 tbsp of sodium bicarbonate. 




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