✅ TYPE: Anionic surfactant
✅ FORM: Fine White Granules
✅ FUNCTION: Detergent surfactant (washing and foaming power)
✅ QUALITY: Plant origin (coconut oil)
✅ COMPOSITION: Sulfated derivatives of coconut oil fatty acids.
✅ PRESENTATION: the packaging shown above is a general representation of the various sizes and types of packaging available for this product ● The product can be packed in the following packages: in a plastic zipped bag or a tightly closed transparent container.
✅ CAS No.: 97375-27-4
✅ EC No.: 306-683-4
✅ INCI & PRODUCT TYPE: Sodium Coco Sulfate (SCS)
✅ COUNTRY and REGION of PRODUCTION: Germany
– It is a surfactant of the anionic derivative of coconut oil. It produces a very abundant foam and gives silkiness to your hair. This is the key ingredient for all your bar shampoos.
– Surfactant in solid (granules) form: to formulate concentrated shampoos, solid, very good foaming, very good feeling wash: spreads easily on the hair and wash well, lets formulate shampoos containing butters or oils for nourishing effect and conditioner without losing the washing and foaming and without weighing hair down.
– Preparation of solid shampoos “bar”, “shuffle” of shampoos, shampoos “muffins” or other molded and fragrant forms according to your imagination.
– COSMOS certified for use in eco friendly and organic cosmetics.
– Definition: A surfactant is a compound which modifies the surface tension between two surfaces (that is to say the tension which exists on the surface of separation of two media). The surfactant compounds are amphiphilic molecules, that is to say that they have two parts of different polarity, one lipophilic which has a strong affinity with fats, the other hydrophilic which has a strong affinity with water.
– Functions of surfactants: depending on their structure, surfactants can have different functions:
► detergent (or cleaning) agent: i.e. capable of removing impurities or dirt;
► foaming agent: acting on the water-air interface, this type of agent allows the dispersion of a large volume of gas in a small volume of liquid and therefore the formation of foam;
► wetting agent: this type of agent allows greater spreading of a liquid on a solid;
► emulsifier: an emulsifier makes it possible to mix two immiscible liquids, for example water and oil, and thus to form an “emulsion”;
► conditioning agent: this type of surfactant combines with keratin or the skin to make them smooth and silky.
– Types of surfactants: there are four types of surfactant compounds, which are grouped according to the nature of the hydrophilic part:
► anionic surfactants: the hydrophilic part is negatively charged (anion). These surfactants are particularly detergent;
► cationic surfactants: the hydrophilic part is positively charged (cation);
► amphoteric surfactants: comprising two charges, one positive and one negative;
► non-ionic surfactants: the molecule has no charge. These are our favorite surfactants because they are biodegradable and allow the production of skincare products that are well tolerated by the skin.