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Compagnie de Provence has been making their iconic Marseille Castille soaps since before the word “iconic” lost its meaning to millennials.
With a range of cult scents, from black tea to grapefruit and and ever-expanding range of products that ranges from liquid soap to hand creams and refills, Compagnie de Provence have truly made their mark manufacturing hand, body and skincare that is the perfect meeting of form and function, with their bold strong designs and simple yet devastatingly beautiful formulas. C’est chic, non?
What are the best selling Compagnie de Provence products?
The classic Compagnie de Provence liquid soap is a time-honoured classic, and we love the Shea, Grapefruit and Cotton Flower scents as our favourites. Compagnie de Provence Hand Cream is also a favourite, as is the Dry Oil for Face, Body & Hair.
Do you sell Compagnie de Provence Refills?
We do! Whether you’re a classic Compagnie De Provence Liquid Marseille Soap Shea 1L Refill lover, prefer the fruity tang of Compagnie De Provence Liquid Marseille Soap Pink Grapefruit 1L Refill or the clean floral of Compagnie De Provence Liquid Marseille Soap Cotton Flower 1L Refill, we have something for all tastes and preferences.
Which Compagnie de Provence best suits a minimalist aesthetic?
Compagnie De Provence Liquid Marseille Soap Black Tea and Compagnie De Provence Liquid Marseille Soap White Tea are the most striking of the range, and will suit the most modern to the most retro bathroom with their timeless design aesthetic. Adorned with classic black and white typography and scented with elegant black and white tea, these are a favourite amongst design connoisseurs and elevate whichever room they find themselves in.
Are Compagnie de Provence Liquid Soap best used as a hand wash or body wash?
The beauty of Marseille Liquid Soaps is that they can be used in a multitude of ways! Perfect as a hand wash or body wash, they can also be used as a natural vegetable wash, to clean floors or even your delicates. Their simple formulas, constructed only from vegetable oils, have been enjoyed in traditional French culture for centuries - and if it ain’t broke...