Pre de Provence Marseille Soap 72% Olive Oil Cube - 300g
Centuries-old methods continue to be used to make authentic Savon de Marseille. Poured into large pits until it hardens, scored into huge 80 pound blocks and brought outside to dry, where you will find bits of Mediterranean sea salt lingering on the blocks. Safe, biodegradable and natural, Savon de Marseille Olive oil soap has been traditionally used to clean everything from infants to laundry and dishes. It is truly an all-purpose soap. Made with a minimum of 72% vegetable oils, including olive oil, Savon de Marseille is soft and gentle on skin and one of the most moisturizing soaps you will find. Cut into 2-3/4 inch square blocks and stamped with authenticity.
$13.20Savon de Marseille with Provence Lavender - 300g [Misc.]
Absolute bliss. Pure, moisturizing Savon de Marseille soaps with the regional flowers of lavender, orange, rose and verbena. In the Middle Ages, big blocks of gentle soap were first crafted in the Mediterranean port city of Marseille with olive oil from local groves, marine ash and sea salted water. The quality of these soaps were immediately famous throughout Europe and in 1688 French law declared that only soaps made according to certain ancient methods could bear the important mark Savon de Marseille. Now the most prized of all soaps in the world, our Savon de Marseille is still crafted by hand, in Marseille, just as it has been for hundreds of years. It takes the Maitre de Savon (soapmaster) two weeks to make Marseille Soap. The purest ingredients (mentioned above) are heated for ten days in antique cauldrons. Know-how passed down through the generations will reveal to the soapmaster the right moment to pour the mixture into open pits where it slowly hardens. Cut into cubes and stamped, without machines of any kind, the soaps are then set out to dry in the sun and cool winds. Savon de Marseille (also known as "Marseille Soap") is once again being rediscovered for its extraordinary purity, gentle skin care and ecological value. Savon de Marseille is recommended by dermatologists throughout the world for dry or sensitive skin, eczema and other ailments. In France it has been trusted for generations to cleanse everything from linens to little faces. Marseille Soap is totally biodegradable, requires little packaging and its manufacture is environmentally friendly. Authentic Marseille Soap is stamped with its weight in grams - allowing households to compare prices and plan their inventories. No soap is "greener." In France they are sold piled high on open-air market tables like produce, wrapped in craft paper. Your Savon de Marseille will be delivered without plastic packaging, carefully wrapped in paper stamped with the famous marks to prove its authenticity. © FSLMarseille Soap Marius Fabre 14.1 Oz
Genuine Marseille soap is 100% natural, made only with olive oil, with neither colouring nor synthetic additives. It must contain 72% of oil, which is stamped on each cube of soap.
Its properties come from this exceptional purity : Gentle, natural but still effective.
Marius Fabre is one of the last manufacturer of the Real Marseille soap.
$12.00Marseille (Travel Guide)
Marseille is the star of European culture in 2013, being elected the European Capital of Culture. Marseille is the place where guests will be greeted with a wide range of special cultural events and hundreds of stories about the past of one of the largest ports in Europe. Because the whole region of Provence is truly impressive, Marseille's cultural status is reflected on all major cities in Provence.Being the second largest city in France, Marseille has a lot to give to those who decide to visit. The city fascinates with the diversity of cultures and an incredible history that charms everyone who briefly stops to listen. Marseille knows how to tell a story, so you just need to learn how to listen.To help you find its mysteries, the Top Deals Hotel team made a comprehensive guide of the city, in which you will find all the details you need for a pleasant stay that will make you enjoy good memories and new knowledge.Learn what's new this year by reading the chapter dedicated to Marseille-Provence 2013 events. You will find which new museums will be open this year, what interesting exhibitions are worth your visit and what events are taking place both in Marseille and Provence region.Marseille is an amazing city regardless of the period you decide to visit, but 2013 will be truly spectacular.Marseille mCable - (5 Ft) The Only HDMI Cable that Improves Picture Quality via The World's Most Advanced 4K/UHD Video Processor
The Marseille 5 foot mCable is the only HDMI cable on the market that improves the visual experience by carefully processing each pixel of video to reduce noise, restore edges, and enhance details. The cable works on both HD and 4K TV's and is the perfect solution for 4K TV owners that want to experience the full benefit of their TV's 8 million pixels, but are frustrated by the lack of 4K content and the lack of bandwidth to support 4K content streaming. In addition to up-converting 480p and 720p content to 1080p resolution, and up-converting 1080p content to near-native 4K resolution, the VTV-1224 processor-powered cable improves overall picture quality via noise reduction, edge restoration (which dramatically improves on-screen text quality), and detail enhancement. Whether it's streaming video directly from your cable box, via a DVR such as TiVo, devices like Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV, or even from your Blu-Ray Disc player, the cable makes everything look better. Simple Steps to Enhance Your Picture Quality: 1. Power-up the video processor by plugging the mCable's USB connector into an available USB port on your HDTV. 2. Connect the larger mCable Ultra connector labeled "TV" to an available HDMI port on your HDTV. Connect the smaller mCable Ultra connector labeled "Source" to the HDMI port in your source device.
$94.95Total Chaos (Marseilles Trilogy)
Book One in the Marseilles TrilogyThe father of Mediterranean noir, in Jean-Claude Izzo's novels, Marseilles is explosive, multi-ethnic, breathtakingly beautiful and deadly. Ugo, Manu, and Fabio grew up together on the mean streets of Marseilles where friendship means everything. They promised to stay true to one another and swore that nothing would break their bond. But people and circumstances change. Ugo and Manu have been drawn into the criminal underworld of Europe's toughest, most violent and vibrant city. When Manu is murdered and Ugo returns from abroad to avenge his friend's death, only to be killed himself, it is left to the third in this trio, Detective Fabio Montale, to ensure justice is done. Despite warnings from both his colleagues in law enforcement and his acquaintances in the underworld, Montale cannot forget the promise he once made Manu and Ugo. He's going to find their killer even if it means going too far.Fabio Montale is the perfect protagonist in this city of melancholy beauty. A disenchanted cop with an inimitable talent for living who turns his back on a police force marred by corruption and racism and, in the name of friendship, takes the fight against the mafia into his own hands.
$5.50Marseille (A Vintage Short)
A Vintage Shorts Travel Selection Nowhere in the world did the beloved food and travel writer M.F.K Fisher feel more at ease than in the port of Marseille. From her timeless A Considerable Town, published as part of Two Towns in Provence, here is her affectionate introduction to the old streets and bustling waterfront of France’s second city. “I first spent a night there in late 1929, and since then I have returned even oftener than seems reasonable,” says Fisher of her long-term love affair with the city by the sea. In these recollections she paints a vibrant, sun-drenched portrait of the distinctive character of Marseille and its residents, the insolite or “indefinable” identity that makes it unlike anywhere else. As she reflects on the history, the culture and, of course, the foods, that make Marseille what it is, Fisher brings the city to life as only she can. An eBook short.Lines We Trace
The 12 songs on Lines We Trace represent a band steady enough in its sound poignant, panoramic, unreservedly gorgeous that it can expand beyond it. The string section that hums throughout Elegy quintessentially sweeping, Hey Marseilles style shifts into finely composed abstraction for the song s final minute. Colin Richey s skittering rhythm on Bright Stars Burning is a gentle breakbeat, a sly nod to atmospheric drum n bass. Madrona and the album-closing Demian are Hey Marseilles first fully instrumental songs, a pair of echo-laden piano-and-cello dirges that are simultaneously solemn and sumptuous.
$9.13Le Creuset Silicone Handle Sleeve, Marseille
Introducing the newest addition to Le Cresset's Cool Tool family of products! The silicone Cool Tool handle sleeve offers a comfortable grip when handling hot cookware on the stovetop. It's designed to offer a secure fit on Le Cresset enameled cast iron cookware and fits all standard metal cookware handles. The flexible, heat resistant silicone is also dishwasher safe making clean-up a breeze.