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.
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