About Us

About Natural French Soap

 

Bonjour! We are Sophie and Ken

We established The Natural French Soap Company to introduce authentic, handcrafted, natural soap to the world beyond Provence. We know the benefits of using pure soap that's free from skin-irritating chemicals; we also know how fabulous it feels to lather up an artisanal bar of triple-milled Savon de Marseille. So, after seeing demand for our soaps at travelling French markets, we set up shop online.

 

Your skin is in good hands with our sensational soaps, since every blend is infused with plant-based ingredients to nourish your skin with nature's goodness. Our oils are sustainably sourced, our formulas are cruelty-free (most are vegan too!), and our soaps are naturally gentle on dry, itchy, sensitive skin. The future of our planet is in good hands also, because we're committed to using plastic-free packaging in every box of goodies we deliver. 

 

French soap is renowned for being Magnifique, able to soften and soothe even the driest skin while adding a little ooh la la to your bathroom's aesthetic. But while we're passionate about the provenance and superior quality of our soaps, premium prices don't wash with us. No matter how luxuriously creamy and lusciously scented, French soap shouldn't be affordable for châteaux-dwellers only.

 

Whether you want a reminder of that blissful summer in the South of France, a soap bar that elevates your everyday ablutions or a special gift set for your amour, shop our products for a piece of Provence. Got questions? Our customer service is legendary - get in touch!

 

About Soapedia

We believe that 'information is king' and so we write articles, tips & tricks, and much more for you in our Soapedia blog. Please feel free to drop us your comments on any of the articles. Oh, and don't forget to share them, it helps us greatly!

 

About the Free eBook

You can claim your free copy of our ebook "46 Surprising Ways to Use Your Natural French Soap" when you join our newsletter list. The book is full of great ideas and will sit nicely on your virtual bookshelf between "39 Steps" and "101 Dalmatians", and I bet you had to pay for them!