Collection: Marseille soap

A product of the historic interactions between France and Palestine, Marseilles olive pomace soap is a descendant of Nablus soap invented after the first Crusades. Made 72% from the oil of crushed olive pits and skins, as well as 28% coconut oil, it has a deeply earthy olive scent, as well as a lather much bubblier than Nablus soap. Beloved in France, and well-known in Palestine, it is a rich and seductive complement to unscented Nabulsi soap.