glycerin


Glycerin is a  thick, colorless, non-toxic liquid known for having a slightly sweet taste. Due to its humectant properties, which allow it to absorb moisture from the air, glycerin is used in skin emollients to keep skin supple. It is also used in nail hardeners and in nail moisturizers to increase the water content in the nail.

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Secret Ingredient: Glycerin

November 1, 2010

Although glycerin has about the same food energy as table sugar, it does not raise blood sugar levels, nor does it cause cavities.

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