Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
SCI is a mild amino acid based anionic surfactant, which is based on glycine and coconut oil. SCI gives a rich, creamy foam and contributes to skin feel. It gives excellent rinsability, especially in hard water areas which can help save water when showering. This benefits the consumer and the environment.
−Very low irritation
−Mild to skin and eyes
−Rich and abundant lather
−Imparts silky skin after-feel
−Hard water tolerant
−Leaves no soap scum
−Limited water solubility
−Rinses free from skin
−Various physical forms and packaging options
-Easy to handle and use in all types of
Shampoo Bars are a hot trend at the moment and our SCI can be used.
Shampoo Bar Formulation
Sea buckthorn fruit oil/or other oil of your choice
Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI)
Liquid Germall Plus
Use a dust mask. Weigh the sea buckthorn fruit oil, orange lake dye, powdered surfactants, and Cocamidopropyl Betaine into a suitable vessel and mix well. It will form a stiff paste.
Melt the Mango butter, BTMS-25, stearic acid, and cetyl alcohol together. Pour that mixture into the surfactant mash and and mix till homogenous. Once you’re done stirring everything together the mixture should be cool enough (below 50°C) to proceed. If it still feels hot to the touch, let it cool until it feels cool to the touch before continuing.
Cool to less than 50°C
Add the fragrance oil and preservative and mix together until thoroughly combined.
Press the mixture into the mold Freeze for twenty minutes before unmolding, and then leave to dry for a week.
To use, glide the bar over wet hair a couple times to deposit some shampoo—that’ll be enough to fully lather up your head and wash your hair! Make sure you leave the bar somewhere it can drain and dry out between uses for the longest shelf life.
When made as written, the pH of these shampoo bars is approximately 4–4.5, which is suitable for the hair. If any alterations/substitutions are made please test and adjust the pH as necessary.