Crafter's Choice™ Sodium Coco Sulfate Noodles - SCS - Wholesale Supplies Plus
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Crafter's Choice™ Sodium Coco Sulfate Noodles - SCS


Additional Information
Sodium Coco Sulfate is a non-irritating, gentle surfactant that is derived from natural coconut oil giving it natural conditioning properties. Our Sodium Coco Sulfate comes in easy to disperse into water noodle-form. Great for shampoo bars, body wash, liquid shampoo, shaving cream and more!

Country Of Origin: United States

Directions & Ingredients
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI):
Sodium Coco Sulfate

Melt noodles in water. May take 10-15 minutes to completely dissolve.
SDS & Documents
Questions & Answers (28)

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Posted By: Rocio    |   May 14, 2022

"I've seen shampoo bars with SCS only. Why do you recommend SCI in addition to SCS? Brandon"

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Posted By: Rocio    |   March 23, 2022

"Can this product be used instead of SCI noodles for shampoo bars?"

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Posted By: Angela   |   December 15, 2021

"What is the exact ASM for this product? The SDS sheet states 60-90, which is quite a large range. One would never be able to accurately formulate a shampoo bar. It could not clean or be over cleansing. Does your supplier have a more accurate amount?"

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Posted By: leroy   |   August 11, 2021

"Can this be used to make a facial wash?"

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Posted By: Katrina   |   July 18, 2021

"Can I add these to my homemade cold process soap recipe to make it lather more for a shampoo bar?"

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Posted By: Rick   |   April 05, 2021

"I am looking for milder sulfates to put into some of my recipes that currently use SLSa. Once the noodles are ground up into a powder, would I use the same amount as I would of the SLSa? e.g. recipe calls for 0.5oz of SLSa, would I use 0.5oz of the powdered noodles? Any suggestions would be great. Thanks. :)"

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Posted By: Jennifer   |   January 18, 2021

"Is scs a sulfate?"

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Posted By: Katherine   |   October 10, 2020

"Is this the same thing as coco-glucoside? If so, why would you add this and sodium cocoyl isethionate to the same recipe? Wouldn't one or the other be sufficient? (The recipe also contains BTMS-25, cocoa butter, dehyquart F75 or extra 10 g BTMS-25, citric acid, coco-caprylate, and provitamin B5.) Does this sound right? Thanks so much for your help - I'd be lost without you guys!"

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Posted By: Tunis   |   October 04, 2020

"Hello, I am looking to make a viscous body wash. Description says this can be used for such. Do you have a recipe suggestion? Will the PH need adjusting? I've tried with SCI and Coco B but it's really thin. Hoping this will be better?"

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Posted By: FTLOM   |   September 14, 2020

"Hi, i wanted to know if the product is vegan or natural. I want to use it in a product and need to ensure that all the ingredients are vegan or natural. "

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Posted By: Stephanie   |   June 25, 2020

"Hi! I am working on formulating a men's shaving cream recipe and am interested in experimenting with incorporating this in to add more sudsy foamy lather. I don't have any experience with this type of ingredient. My shaving cream recipe is basically an emulsified lotion formulation. Would I dissolve this into the water-based portion of the recipe? (I am using witch hazel, aloe gel and castile soap here) Also, what usage rate would you recommend for this application? Thanks!"

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Posted By: Melissa   |   February 28, 2020

"Can I add these noodles to a bath tea recipe to make a bubble bath tea? If so should I use them whole or grind them?"

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Posted By: Kirsten   |   October 29, 2019

"For the 5lb and 55lb sizes, what type of packaging is used?"

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Posted By: Sandra   |   September 10, 2019

"Does this have stearic acid? (asking for a customer)"

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Posted By: Becca   |   March 23, 2019

"What is the difference between SCI noodles & SCS Noodles? is one more natural? Can either of these be used in cold process soap shampoo bars? Can they be used in making liquid shampoo? "

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Posted By: Laura   |   March 14, 2019

"HI WSP! :) I have started making pressed syndet bars, but am finding more recipes for melted and poured versions. I was concerned about heating SCS (and SCI, SLSa, etc.), and am investigating the SDS sheets. This says to avoid heat and had some concerning info in the SDS regarding heat. Should this product not be heated? Thank you so much for the help!"

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Posted By: Tina   |   February 24, 2019

"Can the SCS noodles be substituted with SCI noodles?? I would like to stick to a Sulfate free product. Many thanks :) "

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Posted By: Linda    |   February 14, 2019

"Is Sodium Coco Sulphate Noodles and Sodium Coco Sulfate Noodles the samething? Thanks for the help "

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Posted By: Tiffany   |   December 15, 2018

"I ordered this product and it has Sodium Cocoyl Sulfate on the label instead of Sodium Coco Sulfate. Was this just a typo on the Coco?"

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Posted By: Belinda   |   November 27, 2018

"Do you have a good shampoo bar recipe?"

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Posted By: Penny   |   October 30, 2018

"How do I incorporate in my melt and pour? do I melt this first and mix,or does it sit like embeds inside?"

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Posted By: Julie   |   October 06, 2018

"In another question someone states the pH of the needles is 6.5, although the MSDS states 7.5 - 10.5. That's quite a large gap, does the pH differ that much from batch to batch? Most SCS needles I've purchased seems to have a pH closer to 10. Any clarification would be appreciated, thank you! "

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Posted By: Carol   |   October 11, 2018

"I need to know what the usage rate is for this product. I plan on making shampoo bars and need to know the percentage rate for a recipe that contains this product."

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Posted By: Robalee   |   October 01, 2018

"Can these be dispersed in water or Bubble Up? "

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Posted By: Joy   |   September 20, 2018

"I've been looking for a recipe for dry shampoo bars. Since WSP is offering ingredients to make them, will customers also get help with using the products via sample recipes? Or is it a simple matter of finding a shampoo recipe and omitting the water phase? I don't mind experimenting with products I already have on hand, but not when I have purchase them first. Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. "

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Posted By: Julie   |   September 13, 2018

"What is the pH level? "

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Posted By: Lianne   |   September 19, 2018

"Can these be added to cold process soap? If so what usage rate?"

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Posted By: Raegan   |   September 17, 2018

"Can this be used as a substitute for SCI noodles? And if so, at the same percentage in a recipe?"

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CustomerReviews (8)
Submit A Rating Average Customer Rating: (8 Reviews)


Date Submitted:  03/21/2022

I Recommend This Product!
"tough noodles but worth it"
COMMENTS:  YEs the noodles take forever to melt, but the end result is amazing!
PRODUCT USED IN:   Liquid Soap & Washes
• amazing lather for a body wash
MARLENE • Pennsylvania

Date Submitted:  08/03/2021

I Recommend This Product!
"Must have"
COMMENTS:  I thought I was going to die when WSP was out of stock. Love this product.
PRODUCT USED IN:   Soap - Shampoo Bars
• worked well
• Good price
• nothing
Sandra • Arizona

Date Submitted:  06/18/2021

"Size of noodles not consistent"
COMMENTS:  I love these noodles, but they don't always come in a consistent size.
PRODUCT USED IN:   Soap - Shampoo Bars
• Availability
• Consistency
Sherry • New York

Date Submitted:  08/21/2019

I Recommend This Product!
"Love this"
COMMENTS:  I used it recently for first time in a dish paste. It helps it to lather and it is gentle but cleans well. Love it. Will buy more. Wish you offered a 3 lb bulk discount. 1# is not enough and 5 # is too much!
PRODUCT USED IN:   Soap - Cold Process
• Works well and is gentle
• Sizes offerd need a 3 # option
Brenda • New Hampshire

Date Submitted:  07/22/2019

I Recommend This Product!
"Love these Noodles"
COMMENTS:  These work so well for my Solid Shampoo Bars. Will buy again!
PRODUCT USED IN:   Soap - Shampoo Bars
Cheri • Arizona

Date Submitted:  05/26/2019

I Recommend This Product!
COMMENTS:  I purchased these for my shampoo bars and they turned out perfect.
Phil • California

Date Submitted:  04/03/2019

I Recommend This Product!
"Good purchase to make shampoo bar"
COMMENTS:  Use this to make shampoo bar. It did what it is suppose to do. Good quality.
PRODUCT USED IN:   Soap - Shampoo Bars
• Good quality ingredient
• Good Packaging
Kimberly • Georgia

Date Submitted:  02/20/2019

"Long melting time"
COMMENTS:  In can be melted in water or bubble up it has a high ph so watch out if making shampoo bars may need citric acid solution to lower ph plus it takes FOREVER for these things to melt.
PRODUCT USED IN:   Liquid Soap & Washes, Exfoliants & Sugar Scrubs
• Melting time
• Lower Ph level
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