There are fifteen species of soapberries known worldwide and their type depends on the geographical range. The fruit of the soapberry tree is a berry, but since its rind hardens over time, it is popularly called the
TianDe uses the fruits of soapberry (sapindus mukorossi) for their products.
It is named a "soap nut" due to its properties: it cleans grease and dirt and even foams due to the content of substances called "saponins"
(from Latin "Sapo" - soap)
Saponins are natural foam generators and alternative to surface-active agents (surfactants). Hoever, they have some fundamental differences from surfactants. Saponions are not harmful to health and completely decompose in the environment.
Soapberry fruit extract (saponions), Coco-glucoside, Lemon oil, Citric acid, Euxyl, Natural analogue of surfactants, Safe 100% biodegradable surfactants, Aromatizing and antiseptic agents, Natural preservative
lemon oil and citric acid - aromatizing and antiseptic preservatives
Coco-glucoside - a substance derived from the coconut oil with powerful moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and nutritional properties; belong to the class of safe, 100% biodegradable surfactants.
Euxyl (Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin) - an innovative preservative used as an ingredient of "green" cosmetic products. It has been developed specifically for delicate skin care products, providing the most powerful effect, while being harmless to the skin and the environment.