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In the Chilean Andes, a unique tree has been praised for centuries for being the source of a natural wood and skin treatment--Quillaja saponaria molina, also referred to as Soap Bark tree.
The ultra-sheer dry spray contains an absorbent combination of soap bark extract, rice, powder and potato starch along with nourishing achiote oil, to soak up excess sebum and impurities and add volume.
In the lab tests at Peoria, protodioscin had some activity against fall armyworms, as did saponins from mate, soap bark tree, and soybeans.