Our Creamy Coconut Surfactant took months of research - it has the smallest free fatty acid range on the market, meaning less crystallization in your formulas.
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Create ultra-creamy, dense foam with this coconut-based cleanser. Use a little in any liquid cleanser, or a lot in any solid bar to get gentle cleansing with a luxurious, silky after feel. This anionic surfactant is hard water tolerant and will not leave a soap film or residue.
This surfactant should be used in conjunction with Shea Butter Surfactant in a liquid cleanser. It has poor water solubility and will crystallize back out if used alone.
Although our Creamy Coconut Surfactant is supplied in flake form, this product is known to have dust that can be an inhalation hazard. When working with any format of Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, work in an area with adequate ventilation and wear a particle mask to avoid inhalation.
Coconut oil undergoes chemical synthesis with Sodium Isethionate to form Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate.
Cultivated in Indonesia
Processed in United States
Liquid Cleansers, Solid Bar Cleansers, Hand Washes, Body Washes - any cleansing product that rinses off.
Clear Liquid Cleanser: 1 - 2%
Opaque Liquid Cleanser: 2 - 8%
Solid Bar Cleanser: 2 - 60%
Off White / Soapy / Dusty Flake
Poor water solubility - needs other surfactants to dissolve in water
Dissolves at 185ºF with other surfactants
Store in closed container in a dark, cool place.
See expiration date on Certificate of Analysis.
For external use only. Product generates dust that is an inhalation hazard. Work in a well-ventilated area and wear proper protective equipment, such as a particle mask, when working with this material.
Coconut oil is extracted from coconuts.
Free fatty acids from coconut oil undergo chemical synthesis with reactants to produce SCI.
SCI is formed into flakes, noodles, or pulverized into powder, depending on end use.