The is a vegetable based Glycerin that is 100% natural, USP grade and has many uses. Glycerin is used to moisturize dry or flaky skin, or to help improve dry skin. Glycerin is used to moisturize lips, soothe cracked heels, and reduce dryness of the skin.
- Fatty Acid & Ester - 1.00 Max
- Water - 5.0% Max
- pH (10% Solution) - 4.0 9.1
How does it work:
In suppository form, glycerin eases occasional constipation. By softening the stools and retaining water in the intestines, it provides relief from constipation. The contraction of colon muscles causes bowel movements to be produced faster.
Applications Or where it is used:
It is used as a moisturizer to treat dry, itchy and scaly skin, diaper rash, and radiation-induced skin burns. An emollient is a substance that hydrates and softens the skin, while reducing itching and flaking.
Glycerine is primarily obtained as a coproduct of fatty acid, fatty ester or soap production from oils and fats. When an oil/fat is saponified with caustic soda, soap and soap lye are formed. As a result, soap lye contains four to twenty percent glycerol and is also known as sweetwater or glycerine.
How to use:
- Make sure you rinse your face with water.
- You can use a cotton ball to apply glycerin to your face.
- Eye and mouth contact should be avoided.
- Let it absorb into the skin. Then wash it off.
- Excessive bowel activity
- Rectal irritation
- Cramping rectal pain
Warnings and precautions while using this product:
Inform your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to any of the ingredient(s) in this product. Some inactive ingredients in this product may cause allergic reactions or other problems. Your pharmacist can provide further information.