Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate SCI new product
appearance - White Flakes
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate is an anionic surfactant derived from coconut fatty acid that is used in many cosmetic and personal care products. In particular, .
Activity Level: Minimum of 85% surfactant solids with up to 15% free fatty acids and some residual water.
Derived from Coconut Fatty Acid and Sodium Isethionate. Sodium Isethinonate is created via a reaction between Sodium Hydroxide (lye), Sodium Bisulfide and Ethylene Oxide.
Use in skin and hair cleansing preparations.
Usage: CIR has assessed it safe on in rinse off formulations up to 50% and
and up to 17% in leave-on formulations.
( Tip - for those with sensitive skin types use the minimum amount you can get away with in your recipe).
blend into your dry formulation such as a dry shampoo, bath bomb, powdered facial cleanser or equivalent or
or add to water phase of a standard, water based cleansing product (shampoo, shaving product, cleanser etc).
Solubilises as white/translucent: not clear.