Glycerine (Glycerol) can be used as an emollient to soften roughened skin, chapped hands and sore lips. Glycerine is used as an emollient to soften skin. Glycerine is used in topical preparations as a lubricant and for its moisturising properties.
Vegetable Glycerine, also known as Vegetable Glycerin, Vegetable Glycerol, or simply Glycerol, is a transparent, colorless and unscented viscous liquid derived from the oils of plants such as Coconut, Palm, or Soy. Conversely, non-vegan Glycerine is derived from animal fats.
Glycerol seems to be safe for most adults. When taken by mouth, glycerol can cause side effects including headaches, dizziness, bloating, nausea, vomiting, thirst, and diarrhea. Glycerol may not be safe when injected intravenously (by IV). Red blood cells might get seriously damaged.
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Side Effects of Vegetable Glycerin. Glycerin is sometimes used to keep fudge from drying out. Vegetable glycerin, also called glycerol, is sometimes used as a food additive in baked goods, candy, fudge, dairy products, meat, pasta, cereals, processed fruits and vegetables, condiments, soups, sauces, egg products and fish products.
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