Cosmetic Chemical

Cosmetic Chemicals include a comprehensive line of substances crucial in formulating personal care products. Examples include Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphates, Alpha Olefin Sulphonate Liquid, and Cocodiethanol Amide, typically boasting a purity of 99%. Packaged in drums, these chemicals are of Chemical Grade and often found in liquid form. They serve as surfactants, emulsifiers, and foam boosters in shampoos, body washes, and other cosmetic formulations. Their high purity ensures safety and efficacy in skincare routines. Liquid state facilitates easy incorporation into formulations, while drum packaging ensures convenient handling in cosmetic manufacturing processes, contributing to product quality and consistency.

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