That Red House Organic Soapberries
Soapberries are the fruit of the Sapindus mukorossi tree, and are a natural alternative to laundry powders and liquids. Although they are called nuts they're actually the dried fruit of the tree.
The berries contain a substance called saponin, which is a natural soap. Saponin works in the same way as conventional soaps to remove dirt from clothes, yet don't pollute our waterways with chemical, soapy residues. They are grey-water friendly and palm oil.
That Red House Soapnuts help to support soapberry farmers in the Himalayas, and the Grow Nepal sustainable farming practice initiative.
Soapnuts are reusable, vegan-friendly, odorless, free from artificial additives and hypoallergenic. Swap your washing powder for soapberries and look after your health and nature at the same time.
And you can use them for more than just your washing your clothes. They can be used as shampoo, to clean your windows, shaving cream or dish washing liquid!