Surfactant, emulsifier, antistatic, detangling
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Behenamidopropyl Dimethylamine is a conditioner of plant origin, obtained from behenyl fatty acid (or docosanoic acid) from the processing of Moringa Oleifera seed oil, a tree native to the Indian subcontinent belonging to the Moringaceae family.
It is an easily degradable, eco-friendly substance and respects our skin and the environment. It comes in a flake form.
Commercially it is used, for its smoothing properties, both in products for the skin and in products for the hair.
It has a great conditioning effect, it is in fact able to make the hair silky and soft, and it is easily rinsed, thus reducing the possibility of surfactant accumulation on the hair.
This non-ionic surfactant is often used in hair products as it has the function of an emulsifier and antistatic, that is, it has detangling capacity and reduces the electrostatic charge, giving the hair manageability and volume.
It is also used in lubricating oils as a retarder of the evaporation of solvents in paint strippers.