Stearic Acid

Stearic Acid

Acts as a surfactant that helps reduce water’s surface tension, allowing it to loosen dirt and oil on the skin. Also acts as an emulsifying agent.

Stearic Acid

As a surfactant, Stearic Acid is a powerful cleanser. A surfactant is a compound that helps reduce water’s surface tension, allowing it to mix with oils and dirt on the surface of skin. Stearic Acid enables soap particles to attach to the dirt and oil on your skin, loosening them so they can then be washed away with water. It also acts as an emulsifying agent, meaning it binds together materials — such as oil and water — that would usually separate.