Fragrance Guide

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Frenchsoaps Michael Edwards Fragrance Wh

When you've discovered which fragrance families you're drawn to, the next step is easy... Just head on to exploring the fragrance wheel to see selections of soaps that fall within each family. 

Step 2. Explore the Fragrance Families

Simply click on each of the links below to discover more about each fragrance family.

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Fresh Fragrance Families

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AROMATIC: Lavender & Aromatic Herbs

If clean, uncomplicated and fresh describes you … if the blend of lavender and other herbs such as rosemary or basil teamed with the warmth of wood sums up your favourite smells, then you’ll love the Aromatic family.

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CITRUS: Bergamot & Citrus Oils

If it's the smell of zesty, tangy and juicy lemons and mandarins that invigorates and energises you … then you’ll love the fragrances in the Citrus family

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WATER: Marine & Aquatic

The smell of fresh sea sprays, or wet air after a thunderstorm … if these are the scents that move you, then you’ll love fragrances in the Water family.

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GREEN: Galbanum & Green

Nothing beats the smell of freshly mown lawns, and crushed green leaves, right? If you think so too then you’ll love the fragrances in the Green family.

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FRUITY: Berries & Fruits

Sweet, juicy and edible. Tropical fruits, peaches, pears and orchard fresh summer apples … if these mouth-watering scents excite you, then you’ll love fragrances in the Fruity family.

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Marseille soaps have been produced by French artisan craft master soap makers using traditional methods for over 600 years.

 

Uniting the rich organic produce of Provence with natural and ecological values, they create exquisite soaps with exceptional skin care properties.

 

Here you can discover their heritage and find out why they are internationally recognised as some of the best soaps in the world.