sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate

Sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate is a gentle cleansing agent that may be derived from coconut or made synthetically. Often used to improve the sensorial effects.

References for this information:

International Journal of Cosmetic Science, June 2016, pages 246-256
Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2007, pages 1,999-2,011

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