Soap Nuts – 250gr
Soap nuts come from the Sapindus Mukorossi tree and can be used as a natural detergent that will clean your clothes without harming the environment or your skin.
Soap Nuts – 250gr
The soap nuts of the Sapindus Mukorossi tree, which grows in India and Nepal, known also as the soap tree, contain in their shells Saponin, a natural cleaning agent with great detergent and degreasing power. When in contact with warm water, this yields a mild detergent lye.
In Asia, soap nut shells have been used as a natural detergent and cleaning agent for centuries owing to their strong cleansing action.
It is an environmental friendly, renewable, natural product. The Asian soap nut tree bears its first fruits after about ten years. These can then be harvested once a year for about 90 years. The cultivation of soap nut trees is supported by the Indian Forest Ministry because of the positive ecological balance they provide.
Also, soap nuts are 100% biodegradable and easily disposable with organic waste or compost after use.
Washing with soap nut shells is not only ecological, but also inexpensive: In the low-temperature range, the same shells can be used 2-3 times. Therefore a 250g package is sufficient for at least 3 months with 2-3 washes per week!
It’s 100% natural, ecological and biodegradable.
It is organic and hypoallergenic.
It’s vegan and cruelty-free.
Soap nuts come in a plastic bag placed in a cardboard box.
Instruction for use:
The pack includes 1 small cotton pouch. Place inside it 5-7 soap nuts, close tightly and place between the clothes. Start the wash program as usual. The same soap nuts can be used 2-3 times.
For extra freshness and a nice smell, add 5-6 drops of essential oil of your choice to the softener compartment.
Suitable for white and coloured laundry and for all textiles from 30-95°C. Not suitable for washing in cold water.
Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep away from the nose.
Soapnuts come from India