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That's not true. Your options are narrower for solids than for formulating liquids, but there are still lots of foaming agents other than SLS (or potassium lauryl sulfate, or alkyl sulfates in general) that can be formulated into solids. Here are some commonly used classes of foamers or foam stabilizers in solids:
disodium lauryl sulfosuccinate
sodium fatty acyl (coco- or lauroyl) isethionates
sodium fatty acyl taurates
sodium lauryl sulfoacetate
fatty acyl diethanolamides
My name is Jo and I am new here. I ran across this thread while searching for bubble bar ideas for a class I am teaching. I made a video on how to make these and would be happy to share the link if that is alright with the owners. Don't want to step on any toes...
I made this video for a soap group that I belong to and since the class is hosted by that group it does have their name and my company name attached. The video is 15 minutes long, it gives full instructions, ingredients and some decorating tricks too.
Please let me know if it is ok to post the link. Or I can give the formula too, but the visual is really cool too.
Thanks, now to check out the rest of this new site...
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