Sodium cocoyl amino acids


INCI: Sodium cocoyl amino acids

What is Sodium cocoyl amino acids?

Sodium cocoyl amino acid is a type of salt formed from fatty acids found in coconut oil and amino acids. It is primarily used in cosmetic and personal care products.

Use & Benefits:

Surfactant and Cleaning Agent: Sodium cocoyl amino acid cocoate is used in a variety of cosmetic products. It serves as both a surfactant and a cleaning agent.

Skin-Replenishing Ingredient: It is also used as a skin-replenishing ingredient in cosmetics.

Reduces Surface Tension: As a surfactant, it reduces the surface tension between two product components, such as two liquids or a liquid and a solid.

Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic End: It contains a hydrophilic and hydrophobic end, which helps to collect dirt, oil, and other pollutants that have accumulated on the skin's surface, allowing them to be easily rinsed away with water.

Widely Used: It is used in the formulation of creams, lotions, gels, bath products, and other skin and hair care products.

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