CTFA Name: Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
INCI Name: Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
Description: White free flowing powder; characteristic surfactant odor
Applications: Skincare, Soap Manufacturing, Shampoo
SLSA is your go-to powder surfactant for bath bombs, shampoo bars, bath melts, cleansing creams, and foaming bath salts.
Bath bombs- try blending SLSA powder, sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, corn starch and your favorite essential oil blends. You can add a little of one of our melt-and-pour soap bases to help keep their form and to increase bubbles.
Foaming Bath Salts- try blending Epson salt, sodium bicarbonate, citric acid and SLSA powder to create a detoxifying foaming bath salt. Add a little menthol to make a foaming foot soak.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate powder is a natural foaming agent derived coconut or MB palm. SLSA works as an excellent foaming agent that is more gentle on the skin and more widely accepted than suflates or betains. Our specific version of SLSA is powder form, which means it is fine enough to mix with bath salts or bath bombs.
SLSA can be toxic if taken orally. For topical use only. Use normal safety precautions when adding to formulas (safety goggles, mask, gloves). Once blended into finished product safety precautions are not necessary.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA) powder is sold in 1-pound biodegradable bags, 5-pound biodegradable bags, 25-pound bags, and 50-pound boxes. For orders over 750-pounds please email us directly.
Storage: Store in tightly sealed containers. SLSA does react to moisture so if left in an open container it can gather moisture and activate.
Best Used By: Three years from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing: Two years from manufacturing date.
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