from coconut oil, COCOCHEM®'s products
are certified as Kosher and Halal.
produced by splitting coconut oil using high pressure steam, fatty acids find
major application in soaps, cosmetics, detergents, alkyd resins, and rubber formulations,
as well as in the manufacture of textile, leather and paper auxiliaries, lubricants,
methyl esters, and many other derivatives. Fatty acids include whole-distilled,
short-chain, topped coconut fatty acid and single fractions lauric and myristic
- produced by hydrogenating topped fatty acids, fatty alcohols are used in personal
care products, toiletries, cosmetics, and detergent formulations, and in the manufacture
of textile and leather auxiliaries, plasticizers and fatty amines. Products include
C12-C18, mid-cut, long chain and single cuts lauryl, cetyl, and stearyl alcohols.
997 - refined glycerine, 99.7% min, USP, finds wide
application in toothpaste, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, beverage,
food, alkyd resin, perfumery, tobacco and special soaps
- made from a blend of selected cuts of fatty acids, soap base as noodles is used
in high quality beauty, bath and baby soaps. Philsavon has less short chain fatty
acid and thus, is potentially less irritating. Its high content of lauric and
myristic acid gives more foam and since it is super-fatted, it generally lowers
pH of soap.
Base | Glycerine
Alcohol | Fatty
| Fatty Acid
Flakes | Safety