Soapbark or Quillaja Saponaria is a tree that grows in Chile, and it's known as the soap tree. Yes, Soap! The bark of the tree is high on saponin. Mapuche people are using Soapbark for hundreds of years for cleaning, personal care, and traditional medicine. They use it to wash their body, hair, do laundry, and clean their homes.
Today quillaja Saponaria is used to strengthens hair, maintains its shine and color, prevents baldness and dandruff. Soapbark is fantastic for washing clothes without losing their color, clean and degrease kitchen surfaces without damaging.
Quillaja Saponaria is anti-bacterial and cleans and degreases without drying the skin. In fact, some people use it to clean wounds.
The food industry uses Soapbark to make beverages for his foaming properties.
This extract is highly concentrated, external use only. One teaspoon in 4 cups of water is enough. Use as a cleaner, add to your homemade soaps, cleansers, and shampoos. Enjoy creating cleaners with a natural substance that you know is good for you and your family.