What is it?
Sodium cocoate is a sodium salt naturally derived from the fatty acids in coconut oil. We use sodium cocoate in our laundry detergent for its cleaning properties.
What does it do?
Sodium cocoate is a surfactant meant to help clean sheets, towels, clothing and much more. It is a common ingredient in many soaps, laundry detergents, and cleaning products.
How is it made?
Sodium cocoate is made by combining a mixture of fatty acid salts derived by reacting coconut oil with sodium hydroxide.
What product is this ingredient in?
- Heritage Park Luxury Laundry Detergent - Fragrance Free
- Heritage Park Luxury Laundry Detergent - Shore Breeze
- Heritage Park Luxury Silk & Wool Detergent - Fragrance Free
- Heritage Park Luxury Silk & Wool Detergent - Lavender Mist
Propylene glycol is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).Our Product Stewardship Guidelines direct us to select ingredients that have been manufactured or processed in a manner that supports our philosophy of environmental friendliness.