10 thousand years BC – Between legend and reality, the purple industry was related, in one way or another, to the Phoenicians. It has contributed to their reputation. Many historians argue that the term “Phoenicians” comes from the Greek word “φοῖνιξ – phoinix” compared to the purple pigment, which was the prerogative of the inhabitants of the eastern coast cities of the Mediterranean.

It is from the olive trees and the fragrant natural plants scattered on the Phoenician coast. Among the cities famous for the manufacture of soap Aleppo, Nablus and Tripoli, and the soap is attributed to these cities, the most famous of which are Aleppo soap, Nabulsi soap, and Tripoli soap. Archeologists have found among the ruins of these cities a small soap-making laboratory much like the soap used in our time.

1846 – The most important herbalist in Tripoli from the Hassoun family made soap and medical treatments for skin extracted from the depth of nature and documented great secrets passed down from generations of this family.

1994 – From the great Phoenician legacy and the experiences inherited throughout history for the manufacture of natural products, “feniqia” products scattered from the color Phoenicia purple emanated and gained from the secrets of the manufacture of Tripoli soap.

Today, we are in 2020 – and after the widespread spread of “feniqia”, we renew our website so that this natural and healthy treasure can reach in all parts of the earth.