Glycerin Pure is a  colorless, and scentless liquid derived from either vegetable oils or animal fats. Classified as a humectant, this substance possesses the unique property of attracting and preserving moisture. As a result, it is adept at enhancing the retention of moisture within various applications. Its inherent humectant nature makes it a valuable ingredient in products designed to promote hydration and prevent excessive dryness. When utilized in appropriate formulations, Glycerin can contribute to maintaining skin and other materials in an optimally moisturized state.


Manufactured By


Product Form


Generic Category




Pack Size 

1 Pound 


Adults and Children 

Recommended Dosage

As prescribed by doctor


  • Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, rinse eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention if irritation persists.
  • If swallowed, call the Poison Control Center immediately
  • Do not ingest

Glycerin Pure Uses 

  • Glycerin Pure can be used as a moisturizer, lotion, or cream. It can also be used to make lip balm or bath salts. When using pure glycerin on the skin, it is important to dilute it with water or another carrier oil to prevent it from drying out the skin.
  • It can be used to condition hair and make it more manageable. It can also be used to prevent hair from frizzing. When using pure glycerin on hair, it is important to dilute it with water or another carrier oil to prevent it from making hair greasy.
  • It is an ingredient in many toothpastes and mouthwashes. It helps to keep the mouth moist and prevent the growth of bacteria. When using pure glycerin for oral hygiene, it is important to follow the directions on the product label.
  • Glycerin pure is a key ingredient in soap making. It helps to give soap its moisturizing properties. When making soap with pure glycerin, it is important to follow a soap making recipe that has been tested and approved.
  • Skin irritation: Glycerin can dry out the skin, especially if it is used in high concentrations or if the skin is already dry. This can cause redness, itching, or burning.
  • Diarrhea: Glycerin is a laxative, so it can cause diarrhea if it is used in large amounts or if it is not tolerated by the individual.
  • Headache: Glycerin can cause headaches in some people.
  • Nausea: Glycerin can cause nausea in some people.
  • Vomiting: Glycerin can cause vomiting in some people.
  • Allergic reaction: Glycerin can cause an allergic reaction in some people. This can cause symptoms such as hives, rash, swelling, or difficulty breathing. 

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