Behentrimonium methosulfate/Behentrimonium chloride – not much difference…

So after updating a previous blog re: detangling not being a chore anymore, I found this information about the detangling agent in products I’ve been using lately.

“Behentrimonium methosulfate is the mildest hair-detangling ingredient available. It is made from non-genetically modified rapeseed oil. This scientifically sophisticated ingredient is renowned for its superior detangling ability, without causing build-up on the hair. Unlike other hair detanglers, which are known for their irritancy, behentrimonium methosulfate is extremely mild, being recommended for use in baby products which are left on the skin. It is superior in effectiveness and mildness to its commonly used cheaper cousin, behentrimonium chloride. It is not a sulfate.”

Conclusion: as much as I like BC I will be seeking out products that use BM instead.

For detailed info. check out http://thenaturalhaven.blogspot.com/2009/11/guide-to-using-ingredients.html

🙂

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5 Responses to “Behentrimonium methosulfate/Behentrimonium chloride – not much difference…”

  1. glittergirl Says:

    so whats the difference between the methosulfate and chloride?

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