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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 13 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 13 Reviews:

by Cynthia
on 11/22/2015
My daughter has a science project making bath bombs. We just recently received our package and we do not know how much each batch needs. We have citric acid, slsa, etc. We have made a number of bath bombs without slsa & with citric acid. Which was fun watching daughter make. 😊 How much slsa would we need to use if using 2c baking soda, 1c citric acid ... ?
by Christina
on 10/20/2015
Love it.
It works wonderfully. I'm glad I substitute the SLSA for SLS, however, I have a question. I have a recipe that calls for 15oz SLS LIQUID, and I have SLSA powder... what can I blend the SLSA with to substitute, and keep that liquid volume?
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by Cheryl
on 8/29/2015
Great ... but ....
The product is great but very air borne if you do not use precaution ... it makes wonderful bubbles in the bath bombs ... i tried the bubble bar recipe but for some reason the 2 batches didnt turn out well ... i think it had to do with the weather ... The only reason why i didnt give it 5 star's is the bag it comes in ... I never say hardly anything but the packaging needs alot of improvement.
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by Connie
on 7/15/2015
packaging is an issue
Package arrived on a rainy day and the box was bubbling. My husband saw it first and opened the package with concern. There was white powder all over the order. I already had plans to make the solid bubble bar that evening but had to clean up package contents first. When making the bubble bar I picked up the SLSA bag and it had TINY holes in it; SLSA was pouring out in tiny streams. I don't know how much leaked out during shipping, but 5.8 oz was over half the bags contents. I was hoping to make at least 2 bars from my order. The powder is extremely fine; Soap Queen does a great job of mentioning precautions to take when using SLSA. The bubble bar was easy to make and I am anxious to try the final product. At least I know SLSA produces bubbles easily :-)

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Connie! I'm glad you found the Bubble Bars from our How To Make Solid Bubble Bath on Soap Queen TV easy to make with our SLSA! Though I'm so sorry it had holes in it and spilled so much. That definitely does not normally happen! I will email you directly to resolve this issue.

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by Stephanie M
on 3/15/2015
Great in bubble bars
I use this along with citric acid in my bubble bars and it creates lovely bubbles. The only thing I really dislike about it is how powdery it is. I have to wear a mask when mixing it and go very slowly so it doesnt poof up into the air too much. I know this is the nature of the product but I just find it makes it a bit harder to work with.
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