|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Grade||COSMETIC & PHARMA|
Coco betaine is shorthand for the chemical cocamidopropyl betaine. This chemical is frequently used in soaps and shampoos, as well as some hair products.
Coco betine is derived from coconut oil, which has led to its description as a natural product.
Coco betaine is used primarily as a mild surfactant, meaning that it is used for purposes that other soaps would be too harsh for, like baby shampoo. It was developed as a way to make soaps less irritating to skin and eyes, however the Environmental Working Group suggests that coco betaine does exactly the opposite.
A difference in the levels of impurities in different products may be the cause of this discrepancy.
Coco betaine is frequently used in bubble bath solution and hair spray. In bubble bath it forms bubbles with very little cleaning being done. Soaps destroy bacteria by lowering the pH of the environment.
Coco betaine does not lower the pH a lot, but it does have a mild germicidal effect. In hairspray the coco betaine will adhere to the hair and form a layer, reducing static and making hair more manageable.
1.Well solubility and compatibility;
2.Excellent foaming and conspicuous thickening property;
3.Low irritation and sterilization property;
4.Good hard water resistance, antistatic property, biodegradability;
5.Matched with other chemical auxiliaries, it can significantly increase the soft of washing products, regulate and stability at low temperature.
1.Widely used as cleaning materials for daily products, such as high standard shampoo, bubble bath, liquid soap, dish wash, household antistatic detergent, facial cleanser, etc.
2.Especially suitable for application in mild baby shampoo, baby bubble bath, baby skin care products.
3.Used in hair and skin care formulations.
4.Used as a wetting agent, thickening agent, antistatic agent, bactericide.