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MACKINE 301 FLAKE

Fatty amido-functional tertiary amine available in an easy to handle flake form. It can be neutralized with a variety of acids, e.g., citric, lactic, to form a cationic amine salt. It is produced from a high purity, vegetable derived grade of stearic acid with a minimum of 90% C-18 content. Mackine 301 provides the major conditioning action for a creme rinse, finishing rinse or conditioner. The major advantage the amine salts offer over quaternary ammonium compounds is that they can be rinsed more easily from the hair, thus reducing the possibility of surfactant buildup. When blended with the proper co-emulsifier, e.g. cetyl alcohol, PEG 400 distearate, both pearly or opaque type conditioners can be developed.

MACKINE 301

Fatty amido-functional tertiary amine available in an easy to handle flake form. It can be neutralized with a variety of acids, e.g., citric, lactic, to form a cationic amine salt. It is produced from a high purity, vegetable derived grade of stearic acid with a minimum of 90% C-18 content. Mackine 301 provides the major conditioning action for a creme rinse, finishing rinse or conditioner. The major advantage the amine salts offer over quaternary ammonium compounds is that they can be rinsed more easily from the hair, thus reducing the possibility of surfactant buildup. When blended with the proper co-emulsifier, e.g. cetyl alcohol, PEG 400 distearate, both pearly or opaque type conditioners can be developed.

MACKINE 401

Slightly soluble in water but becomes readily soluble when neutralized with acid, becoming a cationic surfactant. The tertiary amine group can also react with hydrogen peroxide, chloroacetate and alkylchlorides to form amine oxides, betaines and quaternary ammonium compounds.

MACKINE 501V

Fatty amido-functional amine derived from a vegetable source of oleic acid. It is slightly soluble in water but becomes readily soluble when neutralized with acid. Salts of Mackine 501V are cationic surfactants. As such, they are substantive to hair and provide conditioning properties when formulated into shampoos. In addition, the salts formed from Mackine 501V are compatible with anionic surfactants and will not depress foam significantly. This enables the Mackine 501V to be easily incorporated into conditioning shampoos without the negative effects of many quaternary ammonium compounds.

MACKINE 601

Behenyl amido-amine available in an easy to handle flake form. It can be neutralized with a variety of acids, e.g., citric, lactic,to form a cationic amine salt. Mackine 601 provides the conditioning properties to creme rinses, finishing rinses or conditioners. The major advantage the amine salts offer over quaternary ammonium compounds is that they can be rinsed more easily from the hair, thus reducing the possibility of surfactant buildup. When blended with the proper co-emulsifier, e.g., cetyl alcohol, PEG 400 distearate, both pearled or opaque type conditioners can be developed.

MACKINE CG 80

Mackine® CG-80 is an amidoamine made from hardened (hydrogenated) coconut oil. Mackine® CG-80 is slightly soluble in water but becomes readily soluble when neutralized with acid, becoming a cationic surfactant. The tertiary amine group can also react with hydrogen peroxide, chloroacetate and alkylchlorides to form amine oxides, betaines and quaternary ammonium compounds.

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