ALEPEO soap is an authentic, high-quality Aleppo soap. ALEPEO soap has become an essential part of the daily routine for many men and women who have used it since their first encounter with this remarkable soap. Minimalists have found in this wonderful soap an ideal product that can be used for various purposes, including:
- - Bathing in the bathroom
- - Eco-friendly laundry detergent
- - Shaving
- - Facial cleansing, and more.
Additionally, zero-waste enthusiasts are also interested in ALEPEO soap due to its benefits and plastic-free packaging.
Our ALEPEO Soap is a genuine Aleppo soap originating from the city of Aleppo in Syria, where it has been produced for over 3,000 years. In the 1990s, a French geographer traveler who visited Syria to explore the treasures of Aleppo made an interesting discovery: Aleppo soap. At that time, Aleppo soap was unknown in France and Europe. A new brand was created by Mr. Thaddée de Slizewicz, the geographer, to introduce and distribute the famous Aleppo soap. This marked the beginning of the global history of Aleppo soap. Europeans continued to discover this soap and its benefits, and the number of its enthusiasts continues to grow.
For those who are not yet familiar with this magnificent soap, I invite you to explore the authentic Aleppo soap from the "ALEPEO" brand, available through select distributors in France and Europe, as well as on the online store "alepeo.com".
Traditionally, ALEPEO Aleppo soap is presented in the form of a cubic or rectangular block. The exterior of a well-matured soap (dried for a minimum of 9 months in the open air) is brownish-ochre in color, but the inside retains the color of the oils used in its production, which is greenish. It is typically marked with a manufacturing seal in the Arabic language, allowing for the identification of the maker. In Europe, the soap's packaging should include several indications for traceability, such as a lot number and manufacturing date.
It's important to note that not all soaps made by Aleppo master soap makers are of the same quality. The quality depends on various factors, including:
- The raw materials and their quality (acidity of oils, impurities and residues, oils other than olive and laurel oils).
- The soap maker's expertise. Even with the same raw materials, different soap makers can produce soaps of varying qualities.