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botanical name: Sapindus

The soap nut is an ancient Indian herb which goes by the name ‘Aritha’ or ‘Reetha’ in Ayurveda. You can make this using the powder of dry Reetha fruits. This is a deciduous plant fruit and grows in rain intensive areas (around 150-200 cms of rainfall each year). Thus, it requires clay soil for cultivation.

This ingredient is popular in shampoos, conditioners, and treatment products. In fact, you can blend this with shikakai and Amla powder to make your own hair conditioner. It notably contains the vitamins A, E, D, and K. Further, it is rich in saponin which keeps your hair smooth and lustrous. Therefore, it is a popular herbal hair cleanser around the world.