Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Powder
Top Quality SLS Powder High Active 90% Min
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate Powder is is often used as a foaming agent in many common products: Bath products, shampoos, foaming powders and more
Highly Active, high quality SLS Powdered sodium lauryl sulfate. Useful in powdered or tablet or blended liquid hard surface, and carpet cleaners, powdered bubble baths, and cleansing preparations, scouring and foaming agents SLS is also commonly used in many in textile and industrial cleaners, powdered hand cleaners. Great to use in liquid hand soaps too.
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Formulations using SLS Powder:
Cleansing Bath Gel
Product Code, INCI Name and CAS No.
- INCI Name: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
- CAS no: 9737527-4 or 6955-19-1
- EINECS no.: 205-788-1
- Appearance: Free Flowing White Powder Granules
- Odor: White to Off White
- pH of 1% Aqueous Solution: 9.5 to 11.5
- Unsulfated Material: 0.38
- Properties Actives: 90.00 Min
- Sodium Chloride: 0.02%
- Sodium Sulfate: 7.56%
- Color (APHA) 10% Active: 22.74
- Critical Micelle Concentration: 389mg/L
- Approximate Denisty: 0.48g/ml (4.0lbs/U.S. gal)
- Preservative: Not Required
- Biodegradability: Readily Biodegradable
Use in Cosmetics and Soap Making
Commonly used as a foaming agent in bath soap, bubble bath, detergents, hair care products, tooth paste, hand soaps, and eco soap products
Storage and Handling
Keep in a cool (preferably below 85°F, the cooler the better), dark and dry store-room. This product should ONLY be used in a well-ventilated area. Avoid inhaling dust. Contact with the eyes and prolonged contact with the skin should be avoided. Wash thoroughly after handling material.
Under optimal storage conditions, in original unopened drums/containers, minimum two years.
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It’s ok. I thought it would actually be powder, but instead it’s more like crumbly little pellets. I sift everything through a sieve when I make Bath bombs anyway, but even with doing that you can still see the little pellets. It’s almost like SCI noodles, just much smaller... either way it’s a bit of an exaggeration to call it POWDER... I dunno. I’m using 1/2 SLS and 1/2 SLSA just so I can get rid of it. Just thought I’d try something new, but I would have been better off bouncing for SLSA like I’ve done in the past. Oh well, live and learn.
***MakeYourOwn Mgmt: Robyn, thank you for the feedback on this product. We will have our team check out the consistency and see what can be done to solve this.