Surfactants

STEPANQUAT® Helia

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Better, Naturally

STEPANQUAT Helia is a modern hair conditioning agent that is better for your hair and the environment. It is a very mild, naturally-derived cationic surfactant ideally suited for hair conditioners and skin care products. It provides excellent wet and dry combability on hair in addition to excellent detangling and a soft, conditioned feel. STEPANQUAT Helia provides substantive conditioning without build-up. In skin care applications, it provides a unique, soft, conditioned skin feel and emulsification for O/W emulsions. 

Watch this video to see how STEPANQUAT Helia provides substantive conditioning without build-up. 


And for even more ideas on how to create a better hair story with STEPANQUAT Helia, check out our recent webinar.

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*For commercial status of this product, please contact your Stepan Sales Representative.

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Overview

Upcoming shows featuring STEPANQUAT Helia  

AccyCosmetica - Aug. 29
Camara de Comercio de Bogota, Colombia
Table 23

In-Cosmetics Latin America - Sept. 18–19
Expo Center Norte, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Booths B70

Application

2 in 1 Shampoo, Body Wash, Creams & Lotions, Hair Conditioners, Hair Styling Aids, Liquid Hand Soap, Shampoos, Skin Feel Enhancers

Chemical Description

DISUNFLOWEROYLETHYL DIMONIUM CHLORIDE (AND) SUNFLOWER SEED OIL GLYCERIDES (AND) LAURYL LACTYL LACTATE

Chemical Groups

Blends, Cationic Blend, Cationic Surfactants, Ester Quaternary, Quaternary Blend

Markets

Personal Care

Properties

% Active:95
Density, g/ml:0.97
Flash Point, PMCC, °C:147
Freeze Point, °C:0
Solids, % by Wt:100
Viscosity, cps @ 25°C:<500
RVOC, U.S. EPA %:0

Regions of Availability

North America: Canada, USA
Latin America: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Caribbean, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela