Native to India & Nepal, Soap Nuts have been used historically to treat skin conditions like eczema & psoriasis, but they can also act as a chemical-free, natural way to clean clothes and fabrics.
Soap nuts, also known as soap berries or sapindus are a species of shrubs & small trees that are native to warmer climates like in India & Nepal. These nuts contain saponin, a natural surfactant when used for laundry washing. Saponin is a natural detergent; it’s super foamy & can cut through dirt, oils, stains, & other unidentifiable grime!
Directions for Use:
1.) Place 4-6 nuts in a muslim or mesh wash bag & toss into washing machine with load. Can reuse soap nuts until they become thin & slimy. (Around 5-6 washes)
2.) Toss 4-6 nuts in a jar with 3/4 cups of water, screw on the lid & shake until suds & bubbles form then use the liquid as liquid detergent & pour liquid detergent into machine as you normally would. Using this method you can continue to use the same soap nuts for around 4-5 times or until soft & mushy.
Simply compost your nuts after you have extracted all of the soap from them!
Safe to use on whites, cashmere, linens, baby clothes, etc.
Safe to use for sensitive & irritable skin
4oz= 30+ washes
10oz = 120 washes
1lb= 200+ washes
materials: organic soap nuts
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Made from 100% post-consumer waste. Packaged and shipped plastic-free
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