Sodium Borate appears as white, noncombustable crystals, water soluble.
Solubility: soluble in water, glycerol, insoluble in ethanol. Easy to be weathered.
Recommended addition amount: 2% - 5 %
or you can Form a solution with a concentration of 13%~ 16%,
Sodium Borate readily forms colorless, monoclinic crystals.
Sodium borate is a naturally-occurring compound composed of boron, oxygen, hydrogen, and sodium. Trace amounts are found in soil, water, plants, and animals, but it is most commonly found in sediments and sedimentary rock formations.
sodium borate is widely used in cleaning products, cosmetics, and personal care products.
Sodium Borate or Borax has been used for hundreds of years for
making soaps and cleaners. Many DIY soap makers use Borax as an
ingredient in homemade soaps and detergents. Borax is also used
in many home craft experiments like DIY silly putty and Flubber.
in cosmetics at levels up to 5%, and we use it in levels less than or equal to 1% Sodium Borate has very important function in our products as it prevents and distorts bacterial growth and therefore helps to ensure that the product won’t spoil. A spoiled product would be far more dangerous for you to use.