We use Sodium Lauryl Sarcosinate as a foaming agent in the following products:

- Eco Shampoo - Volumising Shampoo - Blonde Tomning Shampoo

Sodium lauryl sarcosinate is derived from sarcosine, a natural amino acid found in the human body and just about every type of biological material from animals to plants.

Our sarcosine is made from coconut oil.

Sodium lauryl sarcosinate is a cleanser and foam booster that helps with the effectiveness of our products.

We chose sodium lauryl sarcosinate because it’s very mild, but also very effective. 

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iRange Formulations does not use sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) or sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) in any of its formulations.

We use Sodium Myreth Sulphate as a foaming agent in the following products: 

- Colour Shampoo - Sleek Shampoo - Clarifying Shampoo - Children's Shampoo - Men's  

  Shampoo, Mens Shampoo & Body Wash - Body Wash

Similar to Sodium Laureth Sulphate (But not SLS) it is has been thoroughly evaluated and deemed safe as used in the amounts commonly used in cosmetic products. This cleansing agent is milder than SLS or other cleansing agents.

The International Journal of Toxicology state, Sodium Myreth Sulphate is safe as a cosmetic ingredient in the present practices of use and concentration.

The 'Cosmetic Review Assessments’ have determined Sodium Myreth Sulphate safe for use in cosmetics.​T

The 'Environment Canada Domestic substance List’ have stated Sodium Myreth Sulphate is not suspected to be an environmental toxin.

It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognised health effects. It has not been detected in human tissue or urine.