Glycerol

Glycerol is one of the most common alcohols found in human metabolism. Glycerol is present in the form of its esters (glycerides) in all animal and vegetable fats and oils. Glycerol can also be obtained during the fermentation of sugars if sodium bisulfite is added with the yeast. Glycerol is widely used as a solvent; as a sweetener; in the manufacture of dynamite, cosmetics, liquid soaps, candy, liqueurs, inks, and lubricants; to keep fabrics pliable; as a component of antifreeze mixtures; as a source of nutrients for fermentation cultures in the production of antibiotics; and in medicine. It has many other uses as well.

Products containing Glycerol

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BF+C Conditioner 26% off retail $12.58 Add To Cart Dr. Christopher's Formula
BF+C Conditioner 8 Ounces
Goat's Milk Bar Soap 42% off retail $2.44 Add To Cart Canus
Goat's Milk Bar Soap 5 Ounces
Toothpaste Powersmile Non-Fluoride 40% off retail $4.20 Add To Cart Jason Natural Cosmetics
Toothpaste Powersmile Non-Fluoride 6 Ounces
Vitamin C 250 mg 3% off retail $7.72 Add To Cart Child Life Essentials
Vitamin C 250 mg 4 Ounces
24 Servings

Cautions Glycerol may cause mild headaches, dizziness, bloating, nausea, vomiting, thirst, and diarrhea in some people.