sodium lauroyl oat amino acids

A salt created by condensing the chloride form of lauric acid (a fatty acid) with amino acids derived from oat protein. It functions as skin-softening and soothing ingredient and has cleansing properties.

Sodium lauroyl oat amino acids may be natural or synthetic. It’s considered very gentle and unlikely to cause skin dryness or irritation.

References for this information:
International Journal of Toxicology, May/June Supplement, 2017, pages 17S-56S
Dermatitis, September/October 2010, pages 262-268

See oatmeal amino acids lauric acid

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