Glycerin, also known as glycerol or glycerin, may come from plant or animal sources. Vegetable glycerin specifically comes from coconut, soy, and palm oils and is commonly used as a preservative and moisturizing agent. Glycerin is largely used in hair, skincare, hygiene, and food products.

  • Certified Organic Product
  • Non-GMO
  • Versatile use (cosmetics, topical medication, food products)
  • Natural preservative and thickening agent
  • Best moisturizer (humectant)

INCI: Glycerin
Extraction Method: Concentrated liquid preservation of an herb or medicinal substance
Color: Colorless and Transparent
Odor: Odorless and Sweet syrupy liquid
Texture: Thick and Viscous texture

Key Attributes:

  • hydrate the outer layer of the skin (stratum corneum)
  • improve skin barrier function
  • provide protection against skin irritants
  • accelerate wound-healing processes


  • Skincare – Skin retain moisture, lighten skin, increase skin hydration, relieve dryness, and refresh the skin’s surface
  • Cosmetics – Denaturant, fragrance ingredient, hair conditioning agent, humectant, oral care agent, oral health-care drug, skin protectant, skin conditioning agent—humectant, and viscosity-decreasing agent.
  • Haircare – It moisturizes and is known to prevent breakage, especially on hair that isn’t chemically treated. Since it helps draw moisture from the air onto your hair and is easily soluble in water, glycerin can serve as a great deep conditioner.
  • Other – hyperosmotic laxative (drawing water to the bowels to treat constipation), vehicle for numerous pharmaceutical preparations. Sweetening agent, thickening agent and preservative.

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