What surfactants are needed to make sulfate free?

fotis83fotis83 Member
edited August 5 in Formulating
Hi Guys! I have asked questions and I have not told you about me, I am an amateur soap maker and have been working for 5 years now. I live in Greece in Piraeus and now for 1 year we have been dealing with surfactants to make soap foam baths, a type of facial care without the soap. I have a question about Plantapon® LGC Sorb It's good ; do you need me to get it, I don't have it, Shall I tell you which one I have and tell me? sodium laureth sulfate 70% Active, Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate 80% Active, sodium cocoyl glutamate 25% Active, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate 30% Active, Sodium PEG-7 Olive Oil Carboxylate 35% Active, Cocamidopropyl betaine 30-33% Active, Caprylyl capryl glucoside 55 - 60% Active Lamesoft PO65. I have these for surfactants I have and I also have other ingredients such as cationic polymers and some emollients such as olivem 300 Olive Oil PEG-7 Esters, or PCA Glyceryl Oleate In order not to have a peg in the formula, Edta for gelling agent or Sodium Gluconate ,
I have a partner Geogard® 221 Dehydroacetic Acid (and) Benzyl Alcohol, And Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin
Did I tire you a lot? I just want to know if this surfactant Plantapon® LGC Sorb (Sodium Lauryl Glucose Carboxylate (and) Lauryl Glucoside) is needed to make a Sulfate free recipe? And I don't have it and Sodium Cocoamphodiacetate is necessary? Thank you all

Comments

  • You can make good shampoo with Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate + CAPB+ EDTA. 
    You don't need anything else. 
  • fotis83fotis83 Member
    Abdullah said:
    You can make good shampoo with Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate + CAPB+ EDTA. 
    You don't need anything else. 
    Thank you very much. I have tried this and it is indeed very good and leaves a beautiful softening sensation without having softening agents
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