How much and HOW to use sodium lauryl sulfate, potassium sorbate & sodium benzoate in a toothpaste?
I acquired some sodium lauryl sulfate, in a powder form recently for use in toothpaste. The provider, Stepan, does not have any formulae on their web-site for toothpaste, and I don't know exactly how to, nor how much to incorporate into my toothpaste.
They call this SLS: Stepanol WA-100
I was considering warming the glycerin that'll be in my toothpaste & dissolving the SLS in that, but I am without any clue* if this is what I should do (I just made a rhyme!).
Also, any ideas as to the % of potassium sorbate & sodium benzoate I should add to the toothpaste, and how I show go about it? Should I also dissolve THOSE in the warmed glycerin?
Thanks in advance for advice folks!
* I am therefore clueless.