Answer to Question #32670 in Other Chemistry for dora
is "coco fatty alcohol sulfate and CFAS" same?
can CFAS be a substitute to oil in creating soap?
CFAS is an alcohol sulfate produced from the sulfation of broad-cut natural coco-fatty alcohol. Coco fatty alcohol sulfate and CFAS are the same products. Coco fatty alcohol sulfate made from coconut oil as an attempt to make it look like a naturally forming product. Lauryl alcohols can be derived from either petroleum or coconut oil. CFAS is foaming & cleansing agents which is what soap does. It is a substitute to oil in creating soap.