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ALKONAT® E 200 F

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ALKONAT® E 200 F is the reaction products of cetyl, cetearyl and stearyl alcohols of natural, vegetable origin with ethylene oxide. This product is considered a classical emulsifier for creams and lotions. Its compatibility with the fatty alcohols used as consistency agent and co-emulsifiers, along with its high melting point, aids in the stability and rheology desired for oil-in-water emulsions.

This product is 31% renewable carbon and has about 15.3 HLB. The ALKONAT® alcohol ethoxylates are also recommended in hair conditioners and crème rinses as thickeners and emulsifiers/dispersing agents. ALKONAT® E 200 F is used in antiperspirants and deodorants.

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Oxiteno is a Brazilian company that operates worldwide, dealing in the manufacture of surfactants and specialty chemicals. They participate in multiple markets and industries, including Household, Industrial, and Institutional Cleaners. Their portfolio includes nonionic, anionic and specialty surfactants, as well as green solvents for the formulation of detergents, disinfectants, hard surface cleaners, waxes and polishes, degreasers and more.

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