SMLT is a unique surfactant that contains very low levels of residual sodium chloride. It is naturally derived from vegetable sources and is readily biodegradable.
Sodium methyl lauroyl Taurate is produced from tine naturally derived fatty acid and It is an excellent agent of washing, wetting emulsifying and dispersing low irritation and reduce the irritation of other surfactants.
It is compatible with all nonionic and anionic surfactants and is stable at extreme pH levels. Sodium Cocoyl Methyl Taurate is effective under hard water conditions.
Amino acid surfactant performance feature: Safe, ECO-Friendly and Skin-Friendly.
Well compatible with ionic or/and nonionic. And amphoteric surfactants,
Make skin appear supple and easy feeling after using,
Reduce the formation of dandruff and hair damage:
Well used in shampoo. Facial cleanser. Shower gel and baby products. etc
Cas No: 4338-75-1
Liquid Products: 1 – 10%
Combo Bars: 5 – 20%
Cleansing Sticks: 1 – 9%
Heat 70-80C stir until dissolved
PH: 10% in sol 6-9.5
Appearance: White Flake
Active Matter 95%
Sodium Lauarate Content .40 -1.65% max
Sodium Chloride: 3% max
I love this surfactant. It gives a solid bar shampoo a very rich foam and lather. It is also gentle because it is a taurate surfactant, so you can make shampoos for those with dry hair/sensitive skin. The trick to work with it is to crash into small pieces/powder in a mortar and pestle grinder by hand or in an electric grinder. The big difference is if you use an electric grinder, you will be exposed to the airborne powder while if you carefully and slowly grind it by hand, there is no airborne powder. It crashes very easily into small pieces. Then, use 4% water plus other liquid suirfactats and melt it in a water bath. The higher heat will not melt it faster as it is all about the time it needs to melt and the right amount of water/other liquid in the beaker. Use a spatula to help squish it more in your mixture as you melt it. Overall, I love it and will definitely buy it again.