Also Known as SLES, Sodium Laureth Sulfate is deemed as ‘safe to use’ by many regulatory bodies. With an intense cleansing effect, this anionic surfactant from ethoxylated lauryl alcohol in coconut oil removes both superficial and deep-seated impurities effectively.
Cocamide diethanolamine is a non-ionic surfactant made by chemically altering certain fatty acids in coconut oil with diethanolamine. Since Cocamide DEA is both water-soluble and oil-soluble, it helps both water and oil to be evenly dispersed in a solution trapping the oil-based dirt so that impurities can be rinsed away.
An excellent mild amphoteric surfactant derived from fatty acid made from coconuts. It creates a rich, luxurious creamy lather that softens hair and reduces static effect leaving strands smooth, detangled, and manageable.
This potent humectant that attracts and locks in moisture helps uphold the scalp’s protective barrier, boosts hydration, and relieves dryness while refreshing the scalp.