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Surfactants are among the most commonly used ingredients in many of the daily used personal care products such as foaming agents, solubilizing agents, dispersants, cleansers, emulsifiers, and conditioners. Sulfates such as sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate are the most common surfactants used in different personal care products, however, they can cause skin irritation. Legislative drive toward using non-toxic and non-polymeric ingredients are driving the opportunity for novel surfactants, which are gentle to the skin and the environment.

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Keywords: Surfactants, surface active agents/ingredients, cosmetics, personal care, shampoo, bio-surfactants

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