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How Sulfates Work
- Feb 21, 2017 -

Sulfate are surfactants –  molecules that can attract both oil and water: One end of the molecule clings to the oily dirt, while the other clings to water.They can lift the grease and grime off of our skin and hair, dissolve (emulsify) it into solution and then rinse everything down the drain.

Surfactants also make water “wetter.” That sounds strange, but consider this: When rain falls on a freshly waxed car, the water beads up. But if you were to spray the car with water mixed with a surfactant, it would then spread all over the car. Water molecules attract one another – part of the phenomena known as surface tension. Surfactants reduce the surface tension of water, allowing it to spread more easily, even permeating into the cortex of the hair shaft (where it causes frizz and other damage).

Shanghai Liangren Chemical Co.,LTD located in the flourishing city-shanghai, its traffic is speedy and convenient. It is a designated company of environmental protection in Shanghai. Since it was founded in 1987, it sticks to the basis of "enhance the quality and increase the product, exploit the potential and reduce the consumption, and strengthen the management". It invested in introducing new equipments, its main products: Sulfate,Nitrate,Chromium saltNickel saltCopper saltCobalt salt, and so on.

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