Poly SugaNate 160P NC
INCI: Sodium Hydroxypropylsulfonate Laurylglucoside CrosspolymerProduct Category: Surfactant
Poly SugaNate 160P NC is a sulfonated surfactant polymer based on high molecular weight alkyl polyglucoside polymers. Poly Suga®Nate 160P NC is a naturally derived, high-performance surfactant that provides numerous advantages for a variety of formulations. PolySugaNate 160P NC is extremely mild to both eyes and skin compared to traditional anionic primary personal care surfactants. Combining this surfactant with a sultaine can produce high viscosity formulations.
Features & Benefits of Poly SugaNate 160P NC
- Naturally derived from renewable sources
- EO free (1,4-Dioxane free)
- Non-irritating to skin, eyes
- Readily biodegradable under any conditions
- Broad pH stability for AHA/BHA cleansers and no-lye relaxers
- Equal or superior foaming characteristics to other sulfate-free surfactants
- Meets broad regulatory requirements
- Shipped without preservatives
- No GHS warnings on label or Safety Data Sheet
- Cost-effective when compared to newest technology sulfate-free surfactants
- Sulfate-Free, Low pH Shampoos
- Baby Products
- Mild Bubble Bath
- Bath Gels
- Body Washes
- Facial Cleansers
- Pet Shampoos
- Make-up Removers
No GHS Warnings – Poly SugaNate 160P NC displays no GHS warnings on its label or Safety Data Sheet.
Eye Irritation – MatTek Epi-Ocular: in vitroepidermal keratinocytes Results indicate ‘non-irritating’ classification.
Acute Skin Irritation – 48 Hour Occlusive skin patch test: On human volunteers -53 Test Subjects: no visible skin reaction, no potential for dermal irritation
Skin Sensitization – Repeat Insult Patch testing (HRIPT): no potential for dermal irritation
Bacteria Mutation – Ames test – in vitro method of checking for mutagenetic behavior (5.0% active solution): No detectable genotoxic activity.
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Sodium Hydroxypropylsulfonate Laurylglucoside Crosspolymer