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Aleppo Soap Marius Fabre 7.1 Oz

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  • Made from Olive oil and Laurel oil (Bay leaves 12%).
  • Dried for 9 months in the open air.
  • Aleppo's soap legendary skincare properties remain unrivaled.
  • Properties of Aleppo soap with the quality label and control of Marius Fabre, best soap manufacturer in the South of France.
  • Natural skin care.
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Product Description

Alep soap from Marius Fabre. 7.05 oz Olive Oil, 12% Laurel Oil. 100% ecological soap. Plant Based. Ideal for general skincare, Aleppo's "Green gold" is made from olive and laurel oils whose legendary skincare properties remain unrivalled. Following ancient tradition, the soap is then dried for 9 months in the open air. This exceptionally mild soap is cooked in cauldrons from olive oil, laurel oil and soda (extracted from sea salt). Three days later, the soap has been cooled, cut into individual cakes, stamped by hand and stacked to dry and mature in the sun. Over a period of 9 months, the soap will benefit from the heat of the sun, gradually acquiring its exceptional hardness and final rust-like hue. Aleppo Soap


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  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0013EMBHM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,065 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Priscilla E on January 5, 2013
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I came by this soap after reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn of all things and its brief mention of using fats to make soap. Looking up this reference, I learned about the old tradition of using olive oil used in Aleppo soap, marseille soap, and Castile soap. Intrigued, I wanted to try all of these soaps for comparison and decided to start with the Aleppo first since its the oldest and the forebear to the other two, and the only one to also include laurel oil in its ingredients.

I love it. Yes the smell takes a little getting used to. It reminds me of the smell of old paint cans when you take the lid off and the oil has separated to the top. Well the bar is made of old dried olive oil. But after rinsing off, I can't smell any trace of it, and my husband hasn't complained...which I think is the true test. I like that I've had the bar for about a month already and barely looks used. Now, the best part, and where I think this soap is like gold, is how wonderfully it works on hair! I skeptically shampooed with it, and it does leave hair squeaky clean, but I still use my same conditioner. Then I blow dry and style my hair as usual. It's like the best hair day ever! My hair feels clean, but not stripped down. I don't know how to explain it, but its the greatest thing for your hair. I have thin hair and use volumizing shampoo usually. This beats my old shampoo hands down. Now I feel like I'm in one of those hair shampoo commercials with the silky bouncy hair. Love it!
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Haivyn on February 4, 2013
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I think I may regret ordering this product. For one thing, the wrapper on the soap I received is not the same as what is displayed for the customers to view. My soap does not even tell me what percent of bay laurel is in it, even if the percentage may be shown on the product's page here on Amazon.

I've also found on several websites that there are only four basic ingredients to this soap. Olive oil, bay laurel oil, sodium hydroxide, and water. Give or take a couple other 'natural' ingredients. But my package says that the ingredients are: sodium oleate, sodium linoleate, sodium palmitate, aqua, sodium linolenate, olea europaea oil unsaponifiables, sodium laurate, sodium myristate, sodium arachidate, and sodium hydroxide. I don't know if all of these ingredients are meant to be part of Aleppo soap. I'm pretty certain that sodium palmitate is derived from palm oil, and that kind of oil should not be in this soap in my opinion. I tried looking up some of the other ingredients that are said to be in my soap, but I didn't have much luck.

The main reason I bought this soap was to see if it will help my acne prone skin, especially the acne on my back and chest. Now I am scared that it may end up irritating my skin, which has not been clear in years. I was relieved to see a stamp on the soap, but I can't make out any of the letters on it, which makes me a little suspicious.
I washed my face with it once already. It seems drier than before I had used it, and I don't know if that is normal. The number of ingredients freaks me out.

Maybe I made a bad judgment by purchasing this soap. I'd love it if someone would prove me wrong.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TJ on February 10, 2015
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I tried this product, mainly on the recommendations from other reviewers. I badly needed a soap that wouldn't dry out my face and wouldn't aggravate my sensitive & acne prone skin. I ordered this product with a little trepidation because there seems to be some question on the ingredients and if they are true to Aleppo soap or not. So here are my thoughts:

I have been using this product approximately once a day for the past 3 weeks. At first, I was worried it might be stripping my skin because it literally gives you a 'squeaky clean' feeling after use. Needless to say, my worries were in vain. I always moisturize with a light cream after washing, but even before I put it on, my face does not feel overly dry. My skin seems much softer with incredibly even tone. This product has also done wonders for clearing up those "sniper pimples" that tend to pop up on my face from time to time. I'm a little amazed, honestly.

For those who want to know what ingredients are on the label, I can tell you that my label looks identical to the one pictured. The ingredients are listed as follows, in order: sodium oleate, sodium linoleate, sodium palmitate, aqua, sodium linolenate, olea europaea oil, unsaponifiables, sodium laurate, sodium myristate, sodium arachidate, sodium hydroxide, origine vegetale. Clearly this list is in French, as is most of the label. I don't know if this ingredient list means it's 'true' aleppo soap or not. I can only tell you that I have been really impressed by how nicely this product has worked on my skin.

I will agree that the price is a little high. I wish it were a few dollars cheaper like its aleppo competitors. That being said, I have spent more on other face cleaners so I can't complain too much. I will definitely be buying it again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Objectivity on July 10, 2013
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This is a great facial soap. Since December 2012 I have used this soap and I have found that it helps with controlling the production of pimples and facial scars (from pimples) - this is my main concern when selecting a facial product. Results have been so positive that I hIghly recommend the Savon d'Alep.
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