HOSTAPON CGN

CAS Number: 68187-32-6

Hostapon CGN is a very mild anionic surfactant based on a natural amino acid and coconut oil giving an excellent skin feel in shower gels and facial & body washes. 
Hostapon CGN is convenient to use and can be processed cold. 
Hostapon CGN is is an ideal surfactant for the production of mild hair and body cleansing products, such as shampoos, shower gels, liquid soaps, cleansing lotions and baby care products

Hostapon CGN (Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate) is a mild, sulfate free surfactant based on a natural amino acid and coconut oil. 
Hostapon CGN reduces formulation complexity due to its multi-functional properties: mildness, moisturization, and a pleasant skin feel. 
Hostapon CGN is readily biodegradable and free of added preservatives.

Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate. 
Hostapon CGN is a very mild anionic surfactant based on a natural amino acid and coconut oil giving an excellent skin feel in shower gels, facial and body washes. 
Hostapon CGN is a plant-based, cold-processable co-emulsifier. 

Hostapon CGN offers characteristics such as good skin compatibility, biodegradability, a pleasant feel on the skin and free of preservatives. 
Hostapon CGN exhibits no irritation, no tears and no damage to skin lipids. 
Hostapon CGN is used in special shampoos & bubble baths, cream & lotions, wet wipes, liquid soaps, ultra-mild formulations, hair styling and intimate cleansers.

Benefits of Hostapon CGN:
-Co-emulsifier
-Plant-based
-Cold-processable
-Pleasant skin feel
-Based on renewable materials
-Free of preservatives
-China compliant

Hostapon CGN is a Mild anionic surfactant for the cosmetic industry. 
Hostapon CGN provides Pleasant skin feel, improves hair care properties, The product is preservative-free.

INCI Name: Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate
Function: Surfactant (Anionic), Surfactant, Cleansing Agent
Certifications & Compliance: REACH (Europe), CosIng Listed

Technical Data of Hostapon CGN:
Appearance: Liquid
Active Substance (ca.): 33%
INCI Name : Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate

Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Shower gels
-Facial & body washes
-Wet wipes
-Creams & lotions
-Shampoo and shower products
-Lliquid soaps and hair styling

Chemical Composition:
N-Cocoyl glutamic acid sodium salt 

General formula: 
RCO = Coco acyl

INCI-name: 
Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate

Appearance (20 °C): 
yellowish, clear to slightly cloudy, liquid 

Composition:
Dry matter: 28-30 % 
Sodium Chloride: max. 1.0 % 
Active matter: min. 27,5 % 
Hazen Color: max. 150 
pH value: [20°C; 5 % (as it is) in water] 10-11 

General product information 
Hostapon CGN range of Sodium Alkyl Glutamate grades (Hostapon CCG, Hostapon KCG, Hostapon CLG). 
Hostapon CGN is a mild cosurfactant for the cosmetic industry, based on Lglutamic acid, a naturally occuring amino acid and coconut oil. 
Hostapon CGN is convenient to use (low viscous liquid) and can be processed cold. 

Hostapon CGN contributes to skin moisture, skin feel and mildness of the formulation. 
Thus, Hostapon CGN is an ideal surfactant for the preparation of quality skin cleansing products. 
Hostapon CGN is mainly used for the production of mild hair and body cleansing products, such as shampoos, shower gels, liquid soaps, cleansing lotions and baby care products. 
Hostapon CGN is low in salt and free of preservatives.

Surfactant properties of Hostapon CGN:
Applications of Hostapon CGN:
Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate is known to improve the dermatological characteristics of surfactant formulations comprising Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). 
A reduction of SLES adsorption on skin can be achieved by the addition of Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate to standard shower formulations. 
The reduced SLES adsorption correlates with an increased moisture content of the skin, with enhanced mildness and with an improved sensory perception of the formulations. 
Hostapon CGN may also be used as hydrophilic coemulsifier in O/W-emulsions especially in combination with low HLB emulsifiers such as Hostacerin DGI.

Foaming behaviour:
Hostapon CGN shows good foaming behaviour, particularly in the acidic range. 
When determining the foaming power of Hostapon CGN (e.g. by the ROSSMILES method), excellent foaming values are obtained in the pH range 4-7. 
Maximum foaming is obtained in the region of pH 5.5. 
In formulations, Hostapon CGN improves the overall foam structure. 

Viscosity in mixtures with other surfactants:
As a co-surfactant in rinse-off formulations, Hostapon CGN typically shows a slight viscosity-reducing effect. 
By using commonly used consistency modifiers (e.g. Genapol L-3, Laureth-3), Sodium Laureth Sulfate based formulations can be easily adjusted to convenient viscosities. 
Addition of small amounts of sodium chloride facilitates viscosity build up. 
Further the use of Coco Betaine (Genagen KB) is highly recommended for effective viscosity building. 

Surface activity: 
Hostapon CGN shows marked surface and interfacial activity. 
Above that critical micelle concentration (CMC about 0.17 g/l), surface tension is reduced to values below 30 mN/m. 

Low-temperature properties: 
At room temperature, Hostapon CGN is a clear to slightly hazy liquid. 
Protect from exposure to cold during transport and storage. 
The properties of Hostapon CGN are reversibly altered by exposure to cold. 
If Hostapon CGN becomes turbid, thickens or freezes through exposure to cold, thaw slowly at room temperature and afterwards stir briefly.

Chemical Name:
-Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate 

Product Function:
-Mild Surfactant

Chemical Type:
-Glutamates

Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Shower, Liquid Soap
-Shampoo
-Wet Wipe
-Hair Styling
-Cream, Lotion

Performance Claims:
-Cleansing
-Cold-processable
-Gentle to skin
-Preservative-free

Identification & Functionality:
INCI Name:
-Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate

Cosmetic Ingredients Functions:
-Cleansing Agent
-Surfactant
-Surfactant (Anionic)

CAS No.:
-68187-32-6

Technologies
-Cosmetic Ingredients

Product Families:
Cosmetic Ingredients — Surfactants & Cleansers:
-Anionic Surfactants

Product Features of Hostapon CGN:
Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate is known to improve the dermatological characteristics of surfactant formula-tions comprising Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). 
A reduction of SLES adsorption on skin can be achieved by the addition of Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate to standard shower formulations. 
The reduced SLES adsorption correlates with an increased moisture content of the skin, with en-hanced mildness and with an improved sensory perception of the formulations. 
Hostapon CGN may also be used as hydrophilic co-emulsifier in O/W-emulsions especially in combination with low HLB emulsifiers such as Hostacerin® DGI.

Applications & Uses of Hostapon CGN:
Markets:
-Personal Care

Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Personal Care — Beauty & Care
-Bath & Shower
-Hair Care
-Skin Care
-Personal Care — Personal Hygiene
-Hand Hygiene
-Wipes, Tissue & Towel

Application Format of Hostapon CGN:
-Bar
-Gel
-Rinse Off
-Wipes

Bath & Shower Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Bath Oils, Tablets & Salts
-Body Wash & Cleanser
-Bubble Bath

Hair Care Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Anti-Dandruff Products
-Hair Styling Products
-Shampoos & Rinses

Personal Hygiene Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Hand Soap
-Liquid Hand Soap

Skin Care Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Anti-Aging Products
-Body Balms, Creams & Lotions
-Face Creams & Lotions
-Facial Cleanser
-Facial Moisturizer
-Hand Cream

Treatment Product Applications of Hostapon CGN:
-Anti-Dandruff Products

Properties of Hostapon CGN:
Appearance:
-Yellowish to clear to slightly cloudy liquid

Technical Details & Test Data of Hostapon CGN:
Low-temperature properties:
At room temperature, Hostapon CGN is a clear to slightly hazy liquid. 
Protect from exposure to cold during transport and storage. 
The properties of Hostapon CGN are reversibly altered by exposure to cold. 
If Hostapon CGN becomes turbid, thickens or freezes through exposure to cold, thaw slowly at room temperature and afterwards stir briefly.

Surface activity of Hostapon CGN:
Hostapon CGN shows marked surface and interfacial activity. 
Above that critical micelle concentration (CMC about 0.17 g/l), surface tension is reduced to values below 30 mN/m.

Viscosity in mixtures with other surfactants:
As a co-surfactant in rinse-off formulations, Hostapon CGN typically shows a slight viscosity-reducing effect. 
By using commonly used consistency modifiers (e.g. Genapol LA 030 (Laureth-3)), Sodium Laureth Sulfate based formulations can be easily adjusted to convenient viscosities. 
Addition of small amounts of sodium chloride facilitates viscosity build up. 
Further the use of Coco Betaine (Genagen KB) is highly recommended for effective viscosity building.

Foaming behaviour of Hostapon CGN:
Hostapon CGN shows good foaming behaviour, particularly in the acidic range. 
When determining the foaming power of Hostapon CGN (e.g. by the ROSSMILES method), excellent foaming values are obtained in the pH range 4-7. 
Maximum foaming is obtained in the region of pH 5.5. In formulations, Hostapon CGN improves the overall foam structure

Bu internet sitesinde sizlere daha iyi hizmet sunulabilmesi için çerezler kullanılmaktadır. Çerezler hakkında detaylı bilgi almak için Kişisel Verilerin Korunması Kanunu mevzuat metnini inceleyebilirsiniz.