Win one of five That Red House Eco Laundry packs!
Soapberries are a natural alternative to traditional laundry detergent. Grown on the Sapindus Mukorossi tree in the Himalayas, they contain ‘saponin’, which is a natural soap. While sometimes referred to as ‘soapnuts’, they are actually a fruit related to the lychee!
One hundred per cent raw, simply plucked from the tree and dried in the sun, soapberries are naturally anti-bacterial, anti fungal and hypo allergenic,
so are great for people with skin sensitivities.
That Red House soapberries are certified organic, compostable and great for use with grey-water and septic systems. They’re 100 per cent waste free and 100 per cent Australian owned and operated.
That Red House soapberries supports the ‘Grow Nepal’ initiative (learn more at grownepal.org.np), which creates a future for the Nepalese people and encourages sustainable practices across the planet.
Each pack contains:
1 timber waste-free box with 750g of soapberries,
1 pack wool dryer balls, 1 laundry tonic duo pack.
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