That Red House

Soapberries are the fruit of the Sapindus Mukorossi Tree. The fruit is picked, the seed removed and the shell dried. This dried shell is full of a substance called Saponins which are a natural soap. Saponins reduce the surface tension of water, releasing dirt and grime from fabrics and surfaces. The tree grows in the Himalayan region of the world and the berries are used for many different cleaning applications. They are antibacterial and anti fungal.

'That Red House' soapberries are certified organic by ECOCERT; one of the world's leading certification organisations. Their conditions are strict, and inspections are frequent to ensure the best standards and conditions are met by their growers and harvesters.