That Red House specializes in Certified Organic Soapberries, presenting an eco-friendly, plant-based solution to laundry and general cleaning needs. Originating from the Sapindus Mukorossi tree, these soapberries are nature’s way of cleaning, as they contain natural saponins that effectively release dirt and grime.
What started as a personal quest for a chemical-free laundry solution, following the founder’s husband’s cancer diagnosis, evolved into a business with a mission. Upon realizing the potential of these organic soapberries, they introduced them to a broader market in 2013, proving that a natural cleaning solution was highly sought after.
Their products are:
- Certified organic by USDA, ensuring stringent conditions and frequent inspections.
- Naturally antibacterial, anti fungal, and hypoallergenic.
- Suitable for laundry, and also as a multi-purpose cleaner for the kitchen and bathroom.
- Biodegradable, supporting grey water and septic systems.
Their commitment extends beyond just products. That Red House ensures the soapberries are sustainably harvested in Himalayan communities, supporting their economy and upholding fair wage and working conditions. In fact, during a visit to the packaging facility, it was found to be completely solar-powered. Moreover, a portion of every soapberry bag sold goes towards supporting Open Heart International, an Australian charity aiding women’s health in Nepal.
In essence, That Red House showcases an alignment with a sustainable, chemical-free lifestyle.