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ColaLiquid
Non-DEA Liquid Amides
Patent Pending

CAS NUMBERS / CLEARANCES ColaLiquid DC - CAS# 68855-69-6 / TSCA, DSL, ECL (Korea) ColaLiquid DO - CAS# 68855-71-0 / TSCA, NDSL, ECL (Korea) ColaLiquid DL - CAS# 54914-38-4 / TSCA, NDSL, ECL (Korea) INTRODUCTION The ColaLiquid Amides are a group of next generation liquid non-ionic surfactants that are used to improve foam, viscosity and feel properties of personal care formulations.

BENEFITS Foam boosting Foam stabilization Viscosity control Skin emolliency Wetting Detergency Emulsification Solubilization of solid actives Liquid DEA/MEA free APPLICATIONS Shampoos Bubble bath Hand soap Body washes Hand gels

INCI NAMES ColaLiquid DC ColaLiquid DO ColaLiquid DL


TYPICAL PROPERTIES

Cocamide DIPA Oleamide DIPA Lauramide DIPA

Density Color, Gardner pH, 10% Solution Flash Point (open cup) Form at 25C Acid Value Alkali Value: % Active

8.1 - 8.3 lbs. / Gallon 3 Max. 10.0 - 11.5 >200F Clear, lightly viscous, yellow liquid 1.0 Max. 40 - 60 100

TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES

ColaLiquid DC has been tested according to Method OECD 301D and determined to be ultimately biodegradable.
ColaLiquid

ColaLiquid
Non-DEA Liquid Amides
Patent Pending

PERFORMANCE This chart shows that the ColaLiquid Amides promote better retention of foam height versus cocamide DEA and the competitive product. The decline in initial foam height for the ColaLiquid Amides is significantly less than the other two compounds. All of the ColaLiquid Amides provide viscosity enhancement and reduction in salt levels used to achieve viscosity.

This chart evaluates the performance of the ColaLiquid Amides versus cocamide DEA and a competitive amide in a typical shampoo-type formulation. Additionally, this chart demonstrates that the ColaLiquid Amides will increase the overall level of foam versus cocamide DEA. The recommended use levels for the ColaLiquid Amides are typical of those for traditional alkanolamides, generally in the range of 2% to 5% in personal care products or 10% to 20% of the total anioinc content of the formulation. Long chain length ColaLiquids can be used at lower levels.

ColaLiquid

ColaLiquid
Non-DEA Liquid Amides
Patent Pending

TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES ColaLiquid was evaluated for eye and skin irritation potential and the product was found to be very mild versus traditional alkanolamides. Eye irritation was determined by a HET-CAM assay that uses the inner membrane of a hens egg and gauges the injurious changes to this membrane when exposed to the test substance. ColaLiquid DC was found to have a score of 2 in this test. By comparison, a typical baby shampoo has a score of 11. Therefore, ColaLiquid DC is virtually non-irritating on eye exposure. Skin irritation was performed on 52 test subjects who wore a patch containing 1% ColaLiquid DC for 72 hours. Visual observation of the skin after that time revealed no changes in skin condition indicating the negative potential for skin irritation by ColaLiquid DC.

FORMULATIONS
SHAMPOO WITH COLALIQUID DC COMPOUND Wt. % Water 50.30 20.00 Colonial ALES-60 Colonial ALS 20.00 ColaTeric COAB 5.00 ColaLiquid DC 3.00 Salt 1.00 Fragrance AN 128870 0.50 2 Na EDTA 0.20 Preservative qs TOTAL 100.00
Appearance pH Viscosity #3@12 Clear Viscous Liquid Adjust to pH 5.5 6.5 with 50% citric acid 3,000 cps.

NATURALLY DERIVED SULFATE-FREE SHAMPOO COMPOUND Water SugaNate 160 SugaNate 100 ColaTeric LMB ColaLiquid DC ColaMate DSLS ColaMoist 200 SugaQuat TM-8610 Glucamate DOE-120 Preservative TOTAL Appearance 10% pH Activity Viscosity Wt. % 55.00 10.00 15.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 qs 100.00 Procedure: Blend ingredients in order given with sufficient agitation until uniform. Heat will speed the process but is not required.

Procedure: Blend ingredients in order given with sufficient agitation until uniform.

Clear, Viscous Liquid Adjust to pH 5.5 - 6.5 with 50% citric acid 20.8% ColaLiquid 3 2300 cps