Our Ingredients From A to Z

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Definition:

Pentasodium Pentetate

Pentasodium Pentetate is a chelator that can also be found in hair colors and other hair and bath products. It removes soap scum and mineral deposits that are caused by hard water. The word chelator (pronounced "key-lay-tor") comes from the Greek word chele, or claw. Think of a chelator as a tiny claw that reaches out and grabs the minerals in soap scum or soils, to keep them from depositing on a surface. By binding to the soap scum or deposit, Pentasodium Pentetate allows them to be rinsed away.