Specialties

  • Natural with aroma
  • No additives and NON GMO
  • Rich in saponin, a natural detergent
  • Naturally grown
  • Germ free technology

Benefits

The soap nut comes from the Soapnut Tree (Sapindus mukorossi). The trees produce the small black berry.
The shells used for detergent contain something called saponin, which works as a natural surfactant.

  • Sustainable: It's a renewable resource, easily grown organically.
  • All Natural: No funky or harmful ingredients.
  • Eco-Friendly: Less processing, less energy and less packaging.
  • Affordable: They can replace multiple cleaners, and last longer.
  • Reusable: Each berry can be used up to 6 times before it's spent.
  • Hypoallergenic: No skin or respiratory irritation and non-toxic.
  • Not Actually Nuts: They're totally safe for those with nut allergies.
  • Simple: Throw them in your wash or make a simple liquid detergent.
  • Odorless: But you can always add your own essential oils.
  • Gentle: Their mild nature won't damage delicate clothing or surfaces.
  • No Fabric Softener: They naturally soften your fabrics!
  • Save Water: They rinse easier so require less water.
  • Save Energy: You can use a shorter rinse cycle in your laundry, too.
  • Countless Uses: Look below for a few ideas on how to use soap nuts in your own home.