|N-Acylamino acid salts
||Amino acid type of anionic surfactants are mild to the skin and hair and have excellent biodegradability and good cleansing, penetrating, emulsifing, anti-static, and bacteriostasis effects. They exhibit superior foaming ability in acidic systems.
|Alkyl ether carboxylates
||Anionic surfactants, like soap, are human- and enviromentally-friendly with a low irritation potential and biodegradability. They are superior to soap, however, in water solubility and hard water stability.
|Alkyl phosphates/polyoxyetylene alkyl ether phosphates
||Anionic surfactants with excellent alkali- and acid- resistance. They produce as much foam as soap and provide a fresh, clean feeling.
||Very safe anionic surfactants with super foaming, cleansing, and wetting properties. Except for CMT-30T, they are all high purity grade products containing very small amounts of inorganic salts.
||Alkyl sulfates generally exhibit amazing cleansing ability for oily dirt. These are all highly purified and contain very low amounts of by-products such as unreacted alcohols, salts, decahydrated sodium surfate, etc.
|Polyoxyethylene alkyl ether sulfates
||Polyoxyethylene alkyl ether sulfates are excellent foaming and cleansing agents. Compared to alkyl sulfates, they have greater water solubility at low temperatures and better foam stability in hard water.
||Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate is in weak acids and has prime foaming ability and water stability. Sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate has good biodegradability, superior acid resistance, and excellent foaming and cleansing properties.
||Alkyl betaines have a very low irritation potential and excellent foaming and cleansing abilities. They are generally compatible with anionic, cationic, and nonionic surfactants. Foaming ability and solubility are not affected by pH, so they can be used over the entire pH range.
||This has superior foaming and cleansing properties and very low irritation potential. It is compatible with anionic, cationic, and nonionic surfactants.