Marcel's Story | Marcel's Green Soap

Marcel's Story

Marcel’s story started with a smart idea

His kitchen sink cabinet was full of aggressive, harmful products...there had to be a better way: a clean home and a healthy planet.

The Marcel’s Green Soap journey

Early experiments

Most detergent manufacturers have a laboratory to test products. Marcel also has something like that, namely a house with 3 daughters.

A shed full of soap

Marcel found a small soap factory in the Netherlands that could take on production. Before he knew it, he had a shed full of soap.

The first deliveries

It all started on a bike: visiting shops to fill the shelves, and with the help of his daughters, sending the orders from his webshop.

The Green revolution

Marcel's Green Soap is the first brand in Western Europe with bottles made from 100% recycled plastic.
The 3 promises:
Marcel is always working to make sure that he can keep his three promises: Marcel’s Green Soap smells wonderful, works fantastically and is eco-friendly.

Smells wonderful

  • Fragrances from nature
  • Unique combinations
  • Lasts for a long time
unique pleasant scent

Works fantastically

  • Cleans great
  • Rich foam
  • Gentle and caring
makes cleaning fun and relaxing


  • Plant based soaps
  • Vegan
  • Recycled bottles
100% vegan
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