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syndet

[′sin‚det]
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By using syndets improved mildness can be obtained without sacrificing the convenience of the bar form.
With regard to bar soaps and syndets, $109 million were sold through the mass market, $61.8 million of which was through the hyper/supermarket channel.
* Active ingredients, such as salicylic acid, can be formulated into a low pH syndet which allows optimum efficiency.
It is the ideal base for a new generation of cosmetic and skin friendly syndet bars with smooth touch and exceptionally creamy foam.
Applications: body wash, shave cream, syndet bars, skin cleansers
Another alternative are synthetic bars or syndets for their neutral acidity.
QUEZALES UNTIDILY ACHROMIC FLEABANE FERMENTS (81) HAPHAZARD AQUILEGIA SUCCORING TAEKWONDO (77) SCOFFLAWS HYPEREMIA AMATIVELY HALAZONES (77) HAMADA EXEQUY MIZUNA PLEACH YESSES (76) SNIPPER NONHOME EIDOLIC ESERINE ZONATED EMETINE RESECTS (75) HARIJAN ATOMIZE WASABIS EXIGENT DYNODES (74) PRELATE SEMILOG HEEZING ACTABLE WHIRLER SYNDETS (74) REPAST EXARCH DUNKER EVZONE FIESTA YAREST (73) The smallest size having a unique highest-scoring grid is 6x2; of the 72,093 6x2's, only one achieves the maximum score of 37.
(39) Skin-cleansing products containing syndets or amphoteric surfactants compared with standard soap and water washing improved skin dryness and demonstrated skin-protecting effects.
In Italy, sales of personal cleansers increased 1.5% to top $1.5 billion and within the segment, bath and shower foam sales inched up 0.8%, while soaps and syndets grew by the same amount.