Extract extracted from tree bark of Quillaja. Quillaja is Takagi of the rose family native to South America in Chile and Peru. It is said to be known as “soap tree”. Contains a lot of saponin of foam components to bark, by immersion in water, was used as soap for a long time to wash and shampoo.
o Extract extracted from the leaves of Sabonsou. Sabonsou is a Europe of native perennial herbs. It contains a large amount of saponin in rhizome and leaves, because when rubbed by hand stand bubbles, now has the name of the Sabonsou from the meaning of soap. From ancient times in Europe, it had been used as a detergent.
o Extract extracted from the tree of the pericarp of Sapindaceae. Sapindaceae are distributed in temperate regions such as India. Peel to contain a saponin, because the foam stand at only rub dipped in water, has been referred to as a “soap berry”. From ancient times, it was used to wash and shampoo.