Soapnuts — the Safe and Economical Alternative to Laundry Detergent

Tired of expensive and harmful laundry detergent? Try Soapnuts

Looking for a natural and safe alternative for laundry detergent, but don’t want to make your own? Try nuts! Soapnuts that is. You’ll be amazed at what this little nut can do and how much money it can save you.

What are Soapnuts?

Soapnuts are actually fruit from the tree Sapindus Mukorossi that grows in the Himilayas. The fruit, or nut, has saponin in the outer shell and people have used it for hundreds of years for washing and cleaning.

Lucky for us, they are completely natural and soapy when added to water. Because soapnuts are natural, they are completely biodegradable and are so gentle you can use it to wash your baby’s clothes.


If you’re worried about the safety of your family and the environment, soapnuts are for you. Natural soapnuts are perfume- and dye-free for those of you with allergies. They are also chemical-free so they won’t harm the environment.

You can easily use soapnuts in your high-efficiency washer. Soapnuts suds up, but not enough that it will hurt the new front-loading and HE washers. The sudsing is comparable to HE detergents.

They are also 100% natural and organically grown, non-allergenic, antimicrobial, harvested in a sustainable way and better for the environment than commercial detergents.


With soapnuts, you can wash your laundry for as little as $0.17 per load. This is the same or less than most commercial detergents on the market. Soapnuts are easy to use. Simply put four soapnuts in the bag that’s included with your purchase and toss into the washer.

After the clothes finish washing, take out the bag and reuse three more times. You don’t have to do anything special with the soapnuts. Just leave them in the bag and let them air dry until you need them next.

Soapnuts aren’t new but until now, it’s been hard for Americans to get them. Now, you can have an alternative to commercial laundry detergent that safe for your family, economical, and safe for the environment.