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Thursday, May 15, 2008

What is coconut diethanolamide?

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What is coconut diethanolamide?

Coconut diethanolamide is a variant of diethnolamine, made by reacting fatty acids in coconut oils with diethanolamine, which is used as a foaming agent, surfactant agent (non-ionic), and emulsifier in products like hair shampoos, hand soap, hand gels, dishwasing liquids, car wash shampoo, and more.

Synonyms of cocodiethanolamide: coconut oil diethanolamine, coconut diethanolamide, cocamide DEA, , ninol, schercomid, , witcamide, and other trade names.

This chemical is found in: All purpose cleaners, Barrier Creams, Bath products, Cooling fluids, Cosmetics, Dish washing detergents, Disinfectants, Hand Soaps, Hand washing Liquids, Hydraulic mining oil, Industrial cleaners, Laundry detergents, Metalworking Fluids, Sanitizers, Shampoos…..
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