Soap Nuts (Soap Berries)

100% natural cleaner that grows wild in the Himalayas. Traditionally used in Nepal and the Indian sub-continent as a multi-purpose cleaner, soap nuts release an extremely effective, hypoallergenic, biodegradable cleaning agent with no added synthetics, toxins or artificial perfumes.

Store in a cool, dry place, out of reach of children. Liquid soap nut solution should be kept refrigerated and used within a few days. DO NOT EAT.

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Materials: Soap Nuts (Soap Berries)

Weight: Currently available for wholesale only. Please contact us for a quote.

Our soap nuts are harvested from the wild and from planted trees from different regions of Nepal. No chemicals are used their production or processing. We remove the seeds from the “nut” by hand and sort them for quality, providing only the best soap nuts to you.

Used for laundry they leave fabrics soft and smelling fresh and clean. They are excellent for delicate and natural materials as well as sensitive skin. They can be used to wash laundry, dishes, pets, hair and body as well as a surface and floor cleaner!


Whether you are an allergy sufferer, have sensitive skin, use cloth nappies, or just want to do your part for a greener earth; soap nut is the answer.


For Laundry: put 5-8 soap nuts in a sock or similar (we usually provide a small cloth bag but are currently out of stock – sorry!), and put this into your washing machine with your clothes. Wash as normal. These 5-8 soap nuts can be used 3-4 times like this.

For Washing-up liquid: Simmer a handful of soap nuts in a pan of water for 20-30 minutes. Sieve the soap nuts out and allow the liquid to cool. Pour into a bottle and store in the fridge (or a cool, dark place). This will keep for 2 weeks or so after which you can make some more! Anything that last for a really long time, is usually full of nasties to stop it spoiling. Used soap nuts can be put in the compost heap.