Do you know what is in your laundry soap? What is it made of?
How many of you think it is possible to get your laundry clean with dried shells from a berry? Huh? Is that ridiculous or what?
No, it is not ridiculous. In fact, I think it is downright awesome. I have always been a huge believer in using what God gave us in nature in, on, and around our bodies. I can't stand chemicals in my beauty, home care, or food products. Why go chemical when you can have natural?
Simply SoapBerry agrees. They are the first to combine the naturally powerful cleaning properties of ancient Himalayan soap berries into a mainstream recognizable laundry detergent in a convenient pump bottle. You don't even have to sacrifice convenience for pure, clean laundry!
Getting back to what is in your current laundry soap...
In the world today, synthetic surfactants (the ingredient in soaps that separates grime and oils from your clothes) and most of the “natural” surfactants used in laundry detergents are typically made from monoculture plants like corn, coconut, and palm. These plants are often grown using unsustainable farming methods such as: genetic modification, toxic pesticides, and petroleum-based fertilizers.
These crucial issues inspired the creators of Simply SoapBerry to seek out a solution for a powerful and natural line of household cleaning products. Simply SoapBerry’s Laundry Detergent uses saponins derived from organic soapberries that are harvested in the pristine foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. They turned the soap nuts into an ultra concentrated, liquid extraction of the soap nuts.
You'll love that one bottle of Simply SoapBerry can wash 128 loads of laundry in a HE washing machine - effective and efficient! I have been using soap berries to clean our laundry for years now, and I love how clean my clothes are without any chemical smells or residue left behind on them to irritate my family's skin. Using Simply SoapBerry may be one of the smartest natural changes you make as a mom this year!