Why use harmful chemicals, when we can use soap straight from nature?
For thousands of years, indigenous peoples of India and Taiwan didn’t clean with Pantene or Windex. They used nature’s purest soap, a little fruit called the Soapberry. With just a rub, it lathers up like regular soap, without the harsh chemicals that damage our health and the environment.
By the repeat process of boiling and filtering the soapberry, one can make a natural and effective extract that works just as good as any cleaning product, if not better.
The soapberry extract has a natural pH of 5.5, the same as your skin. So it doesn’t strip away your natural oils and dry up your skin like harsh commercial synthetics.
It can completely replace both personal and household cleaning products like soaps, shampoo, dish soap, laundry detergent, and etc. It's naturalness makes it a greener, safer, and more sustainable alternative for everyone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q315kdYxr9MThere are many wild soapberry trees and unused soapberries in Taiwan, India, and China. Our plan is to research soapberry rich regions and partner with local communities to harvest these soapberries in the fall. This way we create a healthy local economy that can sustainably supply the soapberries without needing to cut down forests or crop out farmlands. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IITOW0qKGvY
These soapberries then can be transported to centralized processing center for extraction. We then use this extraction to make different commercialized natural products, turning everything into a self-sustainable and ever-growing cycle, eventually changing the way we clean!
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