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- n. The univalent radical derived from lauric acid by loss of the hydroxy group
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This contains mild, sulfate-free surfactants such as sodium cocoyl glutamate, caprylic acid or sodium lauroyl, from coconuts and amino acids, respectively, derived from the same natural sources as regular soap and synthetic detergents.
Dove, the very first syndet bar introduced in 1955, is made primarily from sodium lauroyl isethionate but contains sodium tallowate and palmitate too.