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Decyl And Lauryl Glucoside

Surfactant

Decyl & Lauryl Glucoside

Other Name(s):

C10-12 Alkyl Glucoside

The most common raw materials used to make Decyl And Lauryl Glucoside are corn, coconut or palm oil.

Is Decyl & Lauryl Glucoside Faithful to Nature?

Yes.

Decyl And Lauryl Glucoside can be sourced from sustainable, renewable plant materials, grown ethically, used in formulations at safe concentrations and will finally biodegrade after used. We investigate every instance of Decyl And Lauryl Glucoside used in the products on offer at Faithful to Nature to confirm the palm status and concentration limits.

Benefits: Why is Decyl & Lauryl Glucoside Used?

Cleansing

Decyl And Lauryl Glucosides effectively removes dirt and oils from the skin.

Foaming

Decyl And Lauryl Glucosides render a rich, gentle lather.

Biodegrading

Decyl And Lauryl Glucosides are readily biodegradable.

Gentle

Decyl & Lauryl Glucoside are extremely gentle surfactants and therefore frequently used in baby care products.

Decyl And Lauryl Glucoside can be found in a very large variety of different body, face and hair cleansing products from shower gels and body washes, to baby soap, bubble bath, facial washes and shampoos. It can also be found in much smaller concentrations in makeups like concealers, moisturisers and SPF lotions.

Decyl And Lauryl Glucosides are made by reacting fatty alcohols and glucose.

The CIR reports that concentrations up to 5% for leave on products resulted in no sensitization, irritation or contact dermatitis.

Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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