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One cotton wash bag
Introducing our Organic Soapberries from 'That Red House'. Soapberries are one of the most natural and cost efficient alternatives to laundry detergents.
Soapberries are extremely hypo allergenic, and are perfect for sensitive skin. They are
sustainably grown, and once finished can be added to your compost to break down
Simply place five soapberry shells into the wash bag provided and pop them into your washing machine with your clothes. When the soapberries are agidtated in the water, they produce a natural soap-like foam and do an incredible job at cleaning your laundry.
They are very effective as they contain natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Plus because these berries are all-natural, organically grown and hypoallergenic they are an ideal choice for those with sensitive skin and various skin conditions!
What's incredible is you can re-use the same shells over and over again in four more loads! You can even boil the berries (just like pasta) to make a potent liquid that can be used for general household cleaning!
Based on a 1kg bag of soapberries, the cost per load is 11c, compared to the average supermarket laundry detergent which is approx 52c*
Soapberries are the fruit of the ‘Sapindus Mukorossi’ tree, which grows predominantly
across the Himalaya region of the world. The dried shell is full of a substance called
Saponin. Saponin is nature’s soap and when added to water, it acts as a highly
effective anti-bacterial and anti-fungal soap... Or most popularly a 100% natural and
certified organic replacement for chemical laundry detergents.
All sales of TRH soapberries contribute to ‘Grow Nepal’ which donates to the income,
improved working conditions and living standards of the Nepalese communities
involved in the processes of Soapberry production.
*The Red House provided cost analysis
180+ washloadsTwo cotton wash bags Introducing our Organic Soapberries from 'That Red House'. Soapberries are...