Oleic acid is a type of fatty acid. Oils with oleic acid are used to replace saturated fats in the diet. Oleic acid might improve heart conditions by lowering cholesterol and reducing inflammation Additional Information:
Lauric acid is mainly used in the manufacturing of soaps and other cosmetics. In scientific laboratories, lauric acid is often used to investigate the molar mass of unknown substances via freezing-point depression. In industry, lauric acid is used as an intermediate and as a surface active agent. The consumer market uses lauric acid in the cleaning, furnishing, and production of personal care products. In medicine, lauric acid is known to increase total serum cholesterol more than many of the other fatty acids.
CMEA is a non-crystalline non-ionic surfactant. It is usually utilized as a foaming agent and viscosity stabilizer. The CMEA products are primarily employed in pH sensitive formulations such as personal care products. CMEA increases viscosity for thickening of pastes and other formulations in shampoos and detergents Additional Information: