LL is a vegetable derived cosmetic ester designed to impart unique conditioning, emolliency, moisturization, emulsification, thickening, slip and superfatting in skin and hair care applications. This oil soluble lipid is unique in having a melting point near skin temperature. LL can be formulated to improve the rub-out, spreading, solubilization and skin feel properties for most cosmetics and pharmaceutical ingredients, as well as influence viscosity and dispersion characteristics. LL is easily formulated to provide a smooth non-greasy elegant feel.
When formulated with mineral oils, LL improves the feel and slip with levels as low as 2% giving mineral oil a pleasant "talc-powder like," "silicone" feel while improving formula stability and cost. LL is an excellent film former, contributing to enhanced substantivity for use in creams, lotions, makeup, baby care, sun care preparations, conditioners, deodorant sticks, bath oils, massage oil, and hot pour products such as lipsticks.
The chemical formula for ammonium lauryl is C12H29NO4S
Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate is a component of some cosmetics (as a surfactant agent).
Pure lauryl ammonium sulfate is not and does not contain sulfa drugs.
Sodium lauryl sulfate is useful for humans and is not dangerous.
Sodium lauryl sulfate is a surfactant. Almost all the uses of the compound revolve around making detergent out of it.
Sodium lauryl sulfate
sodium lauryl sulfate is harmful since it is carcinogenic, hence, avoid exposure to shampoos everyday since shampoos contain sodium lauryl sulfate used as a foaming compound
Sodium n-dodecanoate CH3-(CH2)10-C(=O)(-ONa)
The chemicals in the shampoo namely Ammonium lauryl sulfate and Sodium lauryl sulfate dissolve dirt and remove it from the hair.
Triethanolamine Lauryl Sulphate