Natural Solubiliser - Palm Free

Rated 4.7 out of 5
Based on 27 reviews
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Our Natural Solubiliser is a non-ionic surfactant obtained from renewable raw materials: coconut fatty alcohols and glucose from corn. 

• Can be used as a PEG-free and sulfate-free solubilising agent in foaming formulas.
• Compatible with all types of surfactants and with actives.
• Does not negatively impact the amount of foam, actually tends to increase it.
• Can also be used as a mild and well-tolerated cleansing agent.
• Preservative free.

To solubilise essential oils and fragrances:
up to 10 parts Natural Solubiliser to one part oil (this will depend on the lipid) e.g. up to 10g Natural Solubiliser to every 1g of essential oil or fragrance.
We suggest starting 5 parts to one and adjusting as required (5:1)

For cleansing products: Up to 15%


INCI Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside
CAS Number 68515-73-1
Potential Applications Cleansers, micellar waters, spritzers, room sprays, cleaning products 
Usage Up to 15%
Solubility Water Soluble
Palm Free Yes
Vegan   Yes
Tested on animals No
Contains GMO No
Country of origin China
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average rating 4.7 out of 5
Based on 27 reviews
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27 Reviews
Reviewed by Jan D.
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

A great solubiliser

Love that it does such a good job whilst using excellent ingredients. Allows me to add hydrosols and have them blend well

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Reviewed by Amelia B.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Used for body mist

I used this product in my body mist spray.

Awesome to have these products available and easy to use.

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Reviewed by Maryori
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Rated 3 out of 5
Review posted

Not used it yet.

It's just a question, I will be so thankful if there's someone who can help me. Could I use it into my liquid shampoo? Thanks a lot.

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