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Established in an old industrial district of Brussels, the Savonneries Bruxelloises have been making toilet soaps in an artisanal way since 1926.
The staff is qualified and loyal. Know-how and experience are carefully passed on.
The production manager has been working on site for more than 40 years and has been joined in recent years by his two sons.
The Savonneries are supported by a team of cosmetology chemists, technicians for the maintenance of the venerable machines and experienced engravers who shape the precious moulds.
Les Savonneries produce moisturizing, lightening, deodorant, stain remover, exfoliating soaps, ... translucent or opaque soaps, soaps from 8g to 350g. They offer the possibility to formulate, personalize, color, perfume.
More than 300 moulds (soap shapes) are available. The Savonneries vaults are full of precious tools. The impressive collection of moulds reflects the evolution and history of the company.
In 2010, Les Savonneries Bruxelloises launched its own range, stamped "Savonneries Bruxelloises", gathering everything you need to make an excellent soap! Discover this "Made in Belgium" know-how, recognized as Official Supplier of the Royal Palace since 2016!
Specialising in the manufacture of personalised soaps, the brand uses the best ingredients to offer soaps of superior quality, in compliance with "Good Manufacturing Practices" (GMP Good Manufacturing Practices) certified by the Ministry of Health.
The sought-after purpose of the Savonneries Bruxelloises is the guarantee of manufacturing, in a still traditional way, toilet soaps of extreme finesse.
Raw materials are carefully selected. Always on the look-out for the latest innovations, the Savonneries Bruxelloises join forces with their suppliers on a long-term basis by making it a point of honour to guarantee traceability and constant quality of supplies.
This policy has built customer loyalty and many customers have been working with Savonneries Bruxelloises for several decades.
Originally, the Nanson family. Three generations of this family have succeeded each other at Les Savonneries Bruxelloises.
The objective that has always prevailed is to make, in the traditional way, extremely fine soaps with the best raw materials...
In 1993, Vincent Laurencin took up the torch, joined a little later by his nephew François Van de Velde. Recently, two young entrepreneurs, Maxime Pecsteen and Maxime de Villenfagne, took over the factory with the ambition of perpetuating the Brussels know-how in relation to current issues.