Why Greenfrog Botanic?
Are you looking for a bodywash that is completely natural and kind to the planet?
Are you looking to reduce the chemicals in your home environment?
Maybe you want to find a handsoap that grows sustainably and naturally on trees?
Do you feel it’s important to support small and local businesses?
Are you looking for a palm oil free soap and bodywash?
Are you looking for a bodywash that will stop aggravating eczema or psoriasis?
Do you want a bodywash that is kind and perfectly compatible with your skin?
Are you looking for a soap you can guarantee is cruelty-free and does not sell in countries where testing is mandatory?
We found the answer to these questions growing in the foothills of the Himalaya.
The core of all our products is organic soapberries, soapberries are a fruit that grows on the Sapindus Mucorossi tree. This fruit contains natural botanic saponin, which is easily extracted from the pulp of the dried berry. Soapberries are also called soapnuts washnuts or Aritha, and the tree can be found growing in abundance on the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. Soapberries have been used for centuries for their luxurious lather, exceptional antibacterial properties and for treating sensitive skin conditions.
When you use Greenfrog Botanic soaps you minimize your impact on our planet’s natural resources, no animals come to harm, and you can be totally assured you are contributing to a sustainable future for our planet. You are taking care of yourself with a natural, blissful, rejuvenating lather that will cleanse gently while respecting the pH of your skin. You can be confident you’re using a product so kind to skin it will not irritate your eczema or psoriasis. You can be totally confident you are using a product that is passionately Vegan and Cruelty-Free. You can be happy you’re supporting local and ethical businesses.
All of our products are made from 100% biodegradable plant extracts making them totally ecological and environment friendly. Our magical ingredient is of the finest quality, organically certified, and sustainably grown in the foothills of the Indian Himalaya.
Magic really does grow on trees.
For more information on the soapberry plant that grows in the Himalaya, check out Indiabiodiversity.org