Love the planet? So does L’OCCITANE! The products of our new Bonne Mere collection are recyclable and made with renewable, plant-based plastic.
Marseille soaps have been made for over 600 years! Now, there are only a handful of factories remaining in the area, but you can visit the Savonerie de Marseille to observe the production process and learn more! #loccitane #soap
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Honey is an age-old natural extract that has countless uses. Not only does it make for a sweet treat, it’s also an excellent skin care ingredient for its softening and comforting properties.
Marseille soaps are not only useful, they are beautiful! These stamps show the variety that can be achieved in the final stage of production.
The process of making Marseille Soaps – Savons de Marseille – takes about one month. The mixture can include either olive oil or palm oil, and you can tell by whether the soap is green or white in color.
“Soaps the authentic way!” This poster is rich in L’OCCITANE history and the traditions of Provence.
This church, Notre-Dame de la Garde, is called « La Bonne Mere » or, « The Good Mother » by locals of Marseille. It overlooks the city’s port like the city’s maternal protector.
As an ingredient in our new collection of Bonne Mere products, honey is softening and comforting.
Savonerie de Marseille even invites you to visit its workshops and study all stages of production. This soap factory presents many soaps with surprising virtues in its own store, such as soap with grape seed oil, good for exfoliating, and regenerating, or the propolis soap, recommended for young skins. A little treat to use without moderation!