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The unique scents of Marcel's Green Soap!
Basil & Vetiver grass
The fresh and spicy qualities of Basil combined with the earthy scent of Vetiver grass. According to the Italians, Basil gives you confidence and energy (Aha! So that’s why they never stop talking...).
Patchouli & Cranberry
Patchouli has a sweet and spicy-earthy smell, effective against unwanted odours. In the sixties, patchouli was particularly popular for masking the smell of a naughty cigarette. We have complimented Patchouli with the fresh-acidic quality of Cranberry.
Orange & Jasmine
Jasmine has a mysterious, intoxicating perfume, and is also said to have a strong aphrodisiac effect. Orange adds some needed sobriety and freshness to this. After all, we are here to do the cleaning...
Lavender & Cloves
An exciting and unexpected combination from grandma’s linen cupboard (Lavender; soothing and stress-reducing) and the spicy oriental cloves. If the people of Indonesia put this into their smoking tobaccos (kretek), then it should also be nice in our cleaning products right?
Radish & Bergamot
The scent of Radishes is spicy and peppery. We have added Bergamot to these Radish scents. Orange oil from a Northern Italian village (thanks Wikipedia) adds a definite citrus tone together with a touch of sweetness. What a beautiful dishwashing product!
Sandalwood & Cardamom
Sandalwood is a common perfume ingredient and is loved by tree-huggers such as Marcel. The earthy, woody scent provides a good basis for inspiring fragrance compositions. The oriental sweet-spicy aroma of Cardamom compliments this nicely.
Vanilla & Cotton
The combination vanilla/cotton is used in aromatherapy because of the relaxing effect. Instead of doing that meditation session for 20 minutes, you can put on a freshly laundered sweater. Not only will you start your day relaxed, you will also save time you can use to (just saying something) mop the floor or do the dishes. Win-win!
Grapefruit & Lime
This scent was developed for dishwasher tablets and we focused on the sensation of opening the door of the washing machine (really, we are occupied with this stuff). A cozy moment of freshness that, obviously, shouldn’t stick to your dinnerware.