Vanille VAN DER CAM has 10 articles published.

savon de Marseille
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The story of the famous savon de Marseille

Soap recipes were found written on Egyptian papyrus, however, it is believed that its original production was mainly developed around the Mediterranean basin. The travels have shaped the savon de Marseille Thanks to the crusades, the soap made in Syria from olive oil and bay leaf oil, salt, soda and water, reached the shores of… Keep Reading

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Going natural, a not-so-easy adjustment!

Today we are constantly bombarded with information via social networks, and the media about pollution and pollutants present in certain cosmetics. Conventional shampoos are one of them. Despite all this information, many of us still use these shampoos. Is it the price? Is it the ease of purchase in supermarkets? Not being accompanied enough by… Keep Reading

Cestmed tortue centre de soin
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The care center for sea turtles in the Mediterranean Sea

The Mediterranean Sea is a large basin covering an area of approximately 2.6 million km2 and represents 1% of the total ocean surface. Rich in animal and plant life, it is home to 7% of the world’s marine biodiversity. Among the animals living in its waters, six species of marine turtles are considered threatened or… Keep Reading

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Gourde For You

Whilst walking along Rue de la République, in the heart of Marseille, you will see a newspaper kiosk that has been converted into a ‘gourd’ bar. This baroque-style kiosk provides newspapers and magazines as well as various compostable and/or sustainable bottles available to the public. These stainless steel or corn starch based bottles are an… Keep Reading

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Resolutions – How to be a responsible consumer in 2021?

This well-known plastic, developed in 1913, offering revolutionary properties such as flexibility, impermeability and durability, was an innovation that has today invaded the market. It has changed our habits and, more than ever, is omnipresent in our daily lives. What was not taken into account at the beginning of the last century was its poor… Keep Reading

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