Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSa) Powder
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, often called SLSa, is a top performing, sulfate free gentle surfactant, derived from sustainable feed stocks. It conforms to Ecocert natural and organic cosmetic standard.
Great to use in:
- Bath Bombs
- Bubbly foaming bath salts,
- cream & paste shampoos,
- Cleansing creams,
- Fizzy shampoo bars
- Bubble Bars
- and syndet bars.
Our SLSa also known as Bubble Magic (tm) is much milder to the skin than ethoxylated alcohol sulfates such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and other cheaper, more irritating surfactants. It is an excellent choice to use as a surfactant if you are looking for a replacement for Sodium lauryl Sulfate powder or other more harsh products. And, SLSa is often used to replace regular soap whenever soap sensitization is found. Minimal to no irritation will occur at a usage rate of 3% concentration typically
Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate is used to make foam in bath products like dry bubble baths, bath salts, fizzy bath bombs, dry bath bubble and any other formulation where you want a nice foamy soap that is mild and phosphate free and non-toxic. It makes a blanket of bubbles that last! Cheaper foam / bubble products are harsh, and do not last as long as SLSa, a top quality surfactant.
1 Lb of powder equals approximately 2.5 cups.
Product Code, INCI Name and CAS No.
- INCI Name: Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
- CAS no: 1847-58-1
- EINECS no.: 217-431-7
- Appearance: Fine White Powder
- Odor: Nuetral
- Formula: CH3(CH2)10CH2O
- Actives, %(MW 345): 65.0 min
- pH, 1% aqueous : 6.3
- Moisture %: 1.5 max
- Alcohol Insolubles %: 11.6
- Sodium Chloride %: 15.0
- RVOC U.S. EPA: 0
Use in Cosmetics and Soap Making
Very mild surfactant used commonly in soaps, shampoos, creams, and pastes. Due to the absence of ethoxylated alcohol sulfates, it is much softer and easier on the skin. This product also conforms to Ecocert’s natural and organic cosmetic standard.
Keep in a cool (preferably below 90°F, the cooler the better), dark and dry store-room.
Under optimal storage conditions, in original unopened drums/containers, minimum two years.