Ummm, you say you use natural ingredients. Why am I seeing things like triethanolamine laurel sulfate and cocamidopropyl betaine in your ingredient list?
We totally get it, let us reasssure you and turn that red flag green. The nature of Antidote and its requirement to remove and clean the skin from grip aids means that we need a surfactant.
Triethanolamine lauryl sulfate, also known as TEA-lauryl sulfate, is a common surfactant use in cosmetic and personal hygiene products such as shampoos, hair dyes, and cleansing products. For more information on uses and safety, check out What's In My Products.
Similarly, cocamidopropyl betaine is a naturally-derived gentle and mild surfactant. It is commonly used in soaps for babies, ezcema washes, and even contact lens solutions. For more information on uses and safety, check out What's In My Products.
These ingredients may look intimidating, but we promise they are safe and uphold the standards we've set for the brand and our customers.
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