If you are looking for a fantastic ethical Christmas gift this year
that leaves your conscience feeling guilt free, is fairly traded, and good for
the environment, look no further than SOAPNUTS.
Soap Nuts (also referred to as soap berries) are the fruit grown on the
Sapindus Mukorossi tree. The shells contain a natural cleaning agent called
saponin, usually present in quantities of around 10-15% saponin which dissolves
in water to form suds and can dissolve fats and oils and help to lift grime.
Which is what normal detergent does, except now you can do it without the
harmful chemicals. Soapnuts are naturally low-sudsing which makes this a
perfect natural laundry detergent alternative for all washing machines
including energy efficient machines.
Never before has laundry or household cleaning been done like this
before! LIVING NATURALLY SOAPNUT SHELLS are the most natural product available
and can be used as a multipurpose cleaner and body wash as well! Everything
from the product itself, to the manufacturing practices and packaging make this
product green and earth friendly.
LIVING NATURALLY SOAPNUT SHELLS are free of dangerous toxins that are
found in most detergents, cleaners and body-care products. It is free of sodium
lauryl/laureth sulphates, parabens, petroleum, phthalates, phosphates, artificial
fragrances and colours and free of nut oils, gluten, soy and dairy. They are
great for anyone who has allergies or suffers from skin problems like eczema or
LIVING NATURALLY SOAPNUT SHELLS are 100% organic, hypoallergenic, they
are sustainable and biodegradable, they protect colours are a natural softener
and can be used at any temperature for laundry from 30-90 degrees Celsius.
To use in your laundry simply put 5-8 shells in a small wash-bag (which
is provided with shells) or sock, tie securely and put in with your clothes in
the drum of the machine. Wash as directed. For instructions for laundry,
recipes for other uses and to buy this truly amazing natural product, visit .
For further details please contact:
Shashi Ioannides: 020 8360 2597 / firstname.lastname@example.org