Monoester from glycerol and lauric acid.Used as an antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal agentCan be taken as a dietary supplement as immunity booster.


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Raw Material Used: lauric acid derived from coconut oil and glycerine
Process Used: esterification – combination of lauric acid and glycerine to produce monolaurin
Form: solid
Color: white powdery solid with a soapy smell
Additives: none
% Moisture Content: < 0.1%

Product Uses:                                                                                                     

Antiviral and antibacterial, used as a surfactant in cosmetics, and used as an emulsifier.



We partner with brands and leaders of the industry, providing them with premium, pristine, and natural oleochemical products, such as MCT, fatty acids, and glycerin.

The industries that we cater to are involved in food, personal care and healthcare, among others. With our state-of-the-art facility and up-to-date technologies, we are chosen by international distributers, companies, and manufacturers because of our emphasis and sustainability, quality and healthier alternatives, and collaborative brand effort and support.


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Antibacterial. Monolaurin is a surfactant, reducing the surface tension of objects. These properties allow it to disintegrate the bacteria’s microbial membrane, which may help neutralize it.

Antifungal. Antifungals prevent fungi growth, which includes yeast, ringworm, mold, and candida. Monolaurin has been shown to be a potential antifungal treatment, killing or neutralizing various types of fungi in preliminary studies.

Antiviral. Monolaurin may inhibit several fat-coated viruses that affects both animals and humans, such as the swine flu, measles, common cold, herpes simplex 1 and on 2, shingles, and influenza (the flu). Fat-coated viruses can live in the body for years and have a negative impact on health. Monolaurin is believed to penetrate the fat coatings of viruses and either weaken or kill them altogether.

Source: What is Monolaurin – Benefits, Dosage & Side Effects | Dr. Pompa (



  • Monoester from glycerol and lauric acid
  • Used as an antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal agent
  • Can be taken as a dietary supplement as immunity booster

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