Telegram Open House brings Marius Fabre soap to Australia
Homewares site Telegram Open House has recently taken on distribution of traditional French soap brand Marius Fabre.
Since 1900, the Fabre family has been manufacturing Savon de Marseille soap in Provence, France using methods that date back to the 14th century. Savon de Marseille is a simple yet effective soap made using natural, local ingredients including olive and bay laurel oils.
The Marius Fabre range will naturally cleanse all skin types without irritation, and the centuries-old manufacturing process is free of colours, preservatives and additives. In addition to hand and body soaps, the collection includes laundry soap flakes suitable for front and top loaders, and olive oil black soap, a unique household cleaner that will replace a multitude of other cleaning products.
Telegram Open House was founded in 2013 by Scott Druce and Matt Harris as a natural extension to their existing brand Telegram Paper Goods, which began as a way to turn their passion for the world’s best stationery into a business. They also launched online stationery boutique NoteMaker.
The duo’s experience with Telegram Paper Goods has helped with the launch of their latest homewares venture, and their focus on carefully constructed, useful products is reflected in the range Telegram Open House stocks. Other Telegram Open House brands include Nkuku, a homewares brand focused on fair trade and sustainability, and an in-house range of lamps, globes, maps and wall canvases.