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Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA) - A great alternative to Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. This product is derived from coconut and palm oils, and conforms to Ecocert's natural and organic cosmetic standard and is 100% of natural origin.

This fine white powder is excellent for blending into "bath bombs," bath fizzees, powdered bubble baths, bath salts for super foam, scrubs and more. Makes a blanket of bubbles that last! Long lasting SLSA powder provides excellent foam and viscosity response.

Botanical Name:  Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
Common Name:  Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA) 


Average Rating:
(based on 7 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 7 Reviews:

by francina
on 2/17/2015
Product & Response
New Review: Product worked great! I added it to my bath bomb to make a bubble bomb. I also want to commend Bramble Berry on its customer service....It is refreshing to know you value your customers reviews, and take the time to respond. KUDOS. Previous Review: Haven't used the product but the delivery....the bag was punctured so when I opened the box and got a good whiff...almost choked almost and sneezed to death. I literally burped for 5 minutes. LOL this better be worth it. Fran Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Fran!  I'm so sorry your bag of SLSA arrived to you punctured!  I will email you personally to resolve this issue.
by Cassie
on 7/14/2014
Better Bubbles than SLS
I've tried both the SLS and the SLSA in my bath bombs. The SLSA made better and longer lasting bubbles than the SLS. I'm happy to pay a little more for the SLSA with these results.
by MWade
on 6/16/2014
Love it!
I am so glad you got it back in stock. I was holding off making bubble bars and cupcakes. This stuff is awesome and a great price. Makes big long lasting bubbles in my products.
by Jaime
on 3/3/2014
Amazing Bubble Bars
My friend sent me a picture of his bath after using half a bubble bar (Soap Queen Recipe) and the bubbles had consumed his gigantic bath tub and falling on the floor. (note: he has jets) Very pleased....and we had to note that if you have jets, use only 1/4th the bar. :)
by AJ
on 12/13/2013
Needs product details
I tried this product as a bubble bath powder and mixed in Epsom salts that I mixed with fragrance oil. I don't think I used enough of the SLSA because there weren't very many bubbles. If the product listing was updated to indicate a measurement for usage per bath, this product would be able to be used in ways other than the bath bomb recipe listed on the web site. I have use this product on my children with eczema, and they had no reactions. They were very pleased to once again have bubble baths and not burn their sensitive skin.
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