C14 Myristic Acid

Myristic Acid, C14, also known as Tetradecanoic Acid, is a saturated long-chain fatty acid with a 14-carbon backbone derived from 100% coconut oil. 


Proudly Made in the Philippines 

Raw Material Used: refined bleached deodorized (RBD) coconut oil.
Process Used: fat splitting – break down of fat and oil to produce glycerine and fatty acid, fractional distillation – separation of fatty acid mixtures into individual components (one of which is Myristic Acid) by heating.
Form: powdery solid
Color: white
Additives: none
% Moisture Content: <0.2%

Organic Certified:

Product Uses:

Used for production of soaps,cosmetics, food and beverage.



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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Myristic Acid is a fatty acid found in nutmeg, palm oil, coconut oil, butter fat, and spermacetin, the oil from the sperm whale, according to Wikipedia. It has a variety of uses in the beauty industry, including as a: Fragrance Ingredient; Opacifying Agent; Surfactant; Cleansing Agent; and Emulsifier. One of its primary properties is as a lubricant, due to its high rate of absorption by the skin.

Source: Myristic Acid (truthinaging.com)


Myristic Acid

  • 14-carbon atom chain saturated fatty acid; white powdery solid
  • Surfactants for chemicals, textiles, food, soap and detergent
  • Flow agent and emulsifier for food and beverage
  • Intermediate, internal and external lubricant for plastics

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