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Discussion of Cocamide dea

Post  vikasm on Sat Jul 11, 2009 12:53 am

Cocamide DEA is a used to increase foaming quality and to stabilise foam, making it last longer

in the presence of oil and dirt. Without it the foam would collapse and disappear. It makes

bubbles smaller and richer. It supports the action of the primary surfactant, which for example,

could be Sodium Laureth Sulphate. We use Cocamide DEA in our patented Bubble Bars. They create

film star bubble baths with masses of foam.

They were invented with the thought that bubble baths, once such a pleasure, had declined to a

little thin foam floating on the surface of the water. This material supports the foam making it

long lasting, rich and luxurious. Our exclusive Bubble Bars combine Sodium Bicarbonate and Cream

of Tartar with
Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Cocamide DEA . With this

very versatile paste we can make an endless variety of different shapes. We can add softening

ingredients for the skin such as coconut milk powder, essential oils and solid bath melt mixture,

plus colour and fragrance. Finishing them with many things, sugar cubes, candy flowers, glitter

and rose buds. Our innovative foaming bath grains contain this material to boost and make foam

long lasting and in liquid bubble baths Cocamide DEA helps to thicken the product. Cocamide DEA

is used in our Shampoo Bars and Truckles. It boosts and richens the foam supporting the main

surfactant which is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate.

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Post  funion987 on Wed Jul 22, 2009 8:16 pm

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