• Cocoamide MIPA & Laureth4

Cocoamide MIPA & Laureth4

Cocoamide MIPA, or Cocamide Monoisopropanolamine, is a cosmetic ingredient derived from coconut oil. It is primarily used as an emulsifying agent and stabilizer in various personal care products.


Cocoamide MIPA & Laureth4

Cocoamide MIPA and Laureth-4 are commonly used ingredients in the cosmetics and personal care industry.

Cocoamide MIPA:

  • Full Name: Cocamide Monoisopropanolamine
  • Source: Derived from coconut oil
  • Function: Cocoamide MIPA is widely used as an emulsifying and stabilizing agent in cosmetic and hair care formulations. It helps blend ingredients that would not naturally mix.
  • Properties: It imparts a creamy texture to products, improves the stability of emulsions, and often acts as a foaming agent. Additionally, it may have emollient properties, contributing to the softness of formulations.
  • Applications: Commonly found in shampoos, conditioners, body washes, and other personal care products.


  • Function: Laureth-4 is a non-ionic surfactant, meaning it has cleansing and foaming properties. It is primarily used as an emulsifier, solubilizing agent, and stabilizer in cosmetic formulations.
  • Properties: It has the ability to bind water-insoluble ingredients, facilitating the creation of homogeneous mixtures. It can also contribute to the consistency and texture of products.
  • Applications: Often used in creams, lotions, shower gels, and other personal care products. It is also employed in makeup products.

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