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Sodium Palmate

Sodium Palmate is the sodium salt of fatty acids from palm oil. It typically appears as white paste or granules, derived from a mixture of fatty acids from palm (Elaeis guineensis) oil. This ingredient is used in some of our bar soaps as a surfactant to gently cleanse the skin.

Sodium Palmate can be produced by reacting palm fatty acids with a strong base, typically sodium hydroxide. This process, applicable to almost any fats and alkalis, is known as saponification—the traditional method of making soap. Sodium Palmate is used in bar soaps and cleansers as a gentler alternative to some harsher surfactants.

棕櫚酸鈉, Sodium Palmate, 清潔劑, 乳化劑, 表面活性劑, 粘度調節, 棕櫚油衍生, 皂化方法, 溫和清潔, 身體清潔, 條狀肥皂成分, 化妝品安全, 溫和替代品, 皮膚保養。


Effect in Cosmetics

The functions of Sodium Palmate in cosmetics include:

Cleansing: Helps keep the body surface clean.
As an emulsifier and surfactant: Promotes the formation of finely dispersed mixtures (emulsions) of otherwise immiscible liquids by altering their interfacial tension, contributing to the even distribution during application.
Viscosity regulation: Capable of increasing or decreasing the viscosity of cosmetic products.


Sodium Palmate is primarily produced through the saponification reaction of palm oil fatty acids, involving the combination of palm oil fatty acids with sodium hydroxide (alkali).

Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals 


Sodium Palmate is widely used in cosmetics and is generally considered safe. 


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