Soap Berry Laundry Pods

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Nature First Soap Berry Laundry Pods
4 reviews

Soap Berry Laundry Pods

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Money doesn't grow on trees, but super effective laundry pods do. Made with soap berries and aloe vera, they remove stains and enhance fabrics without releasing harsh chemicals into the environment.
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  • Vegan

Turns out, you don't need a ton of chemicals to get rid of tough stains (and smells). These biodegradable laundry pods are surprisingly powerful, lifting dirt and freshening fabric while also sanitizing your laundry drum too. Formulated with gentle ingredients that are known for a deep clean, it's an especially effective laundry solution for those with sensitive skin.

By using what Mother Nature has given us, Nature First crafts products that improve fabrics without harming our ecosystems.
Wild-harvested berry concentrate™, sodium carbonate, sodium percarbonate, sodium silicate, silica, non-gmo enzymes, aloe vera, and polyvinyl alcohol.

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How it does good

Growing soap on trees

Many artificial, synthetic, and "natural"-labeled cleaning agents are made from genetically modified mono-cultured crops, and can introduce toxic elements into the environment. Instead, Nature First uses the soap berry, an age-old solution that Nepalese rural communities use for cleaning just about anything. Sourced from the Himalayan Sapindus mukorossi tree, it doesn't leave residue on fabrics, and won't flush chemicals in the environment after washing, proving once again that Mother Nature really does know best.