ECOMulse - Approved for Use In Organic Products
ECOMulse, Approved for Organic Products, Non-GMO
ECOMulse is a natural source, self-emulsifier for oil in water emulsions. It contains no ethoxylated ingredients. This system is based on acyl lactylates, which are conditioning to both hair and skin. The anionic lactylates are produced by a reaction between the acyl group of fatty acids and lactic acid. Lactic acid and fatty acids are natural moisturizing factor (NMF) constituents that are found in the skin. The lactylates are excellent viscosity enhancers, stabilizers, and conditioners. ECOMulse™ is a complete, balanced and highly desirable emulsification system. When used in lotions and creams, it will provide a soft, conditioned, talc-like feel to skin. Note, because this is based on anionic lactylates, it does not conform to the HLB system for non-ionic surfactants and no HLB number has been determined by the manufacturer. EcoMulse is manufactured using raw materials that are GMO-free.
ECOMulse should be used in products with an intended final pH of 5 - 7.5. Acidic ingredients should be added after the emulsion has formed, at cool down and the pH of the finished product adjusted, if needed, to a final pH of 5 - 7.5 to insure a stable emulsion.
Glyceryl Stearate 55-65%
Cetearyl Alcohol 20-30%
Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate 10-20%
Its ingredients are approved for use in Certified Organic products.
Recommended Use Rate: 2-10%, typically about 8%
Appearance: Off-white flakes
HLB: Not determined by manufacturer.
Recommended product pH: 5 - 7.5
INCI: Glyceryl Stearate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate
This raw material can be used in the formulation of cosmetics certified according to the ecological and organic standards of Ecocert, France.
** 20 pound size may be boxed and shipped separately from the balance of an order. Estimated shipping can be determined by placing the item in the cart on its own.
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