Thought to harden cold process soap while minimizing shrinkage associated with curing. Derived from carbohydrate sugars and purified lactic acid to specifications for the cosmetic industry.
Why People Use This Product:
To produce a harder bar of soap with a smoother texture.
Popular Products That Use This Ingredient:
Cold Process Soap.
Points of Interest:
This is a 60% Solution. Sodium Lactate 60% Solution is thought to harden cold process soap while minimizing shrinkage associated with curing. Derived from carbohydrate sugars and purified lactic acid to specifications for the cosmetic industry. 40% of solution is water.
Physical Form: Clear Liquid
Solubility: Soluble in Water
Country of Origin: United States
Storage: Room temperature. Air tight container.
Best Used By: One year from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing: One year from manufacturing date.
When making cold process soap, add Sodium Lactate to the water phase (after the lye solution has cooled). Recommended use is 1% and up to 4%.
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI):
Common Name Ingredient Listing (FDA Approved):
This product has been declared to conform to the properties and description as outlined on the product MSDS sheet.
Since storage conditions can impact product characteristics, we recommend analysis testing following prolonged or unusual storage conditions. All products should be tested one year from time of purchase to ensure the conformity.
SDS Sodium Bactate