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Glycerin is a natural byproduct of soap making that offers a wide variety of uses, such as:
Acting as a low glycemic natural sweetener
Soothing and moisturizing the skin when used topically
Being used to create cleansing glycerin soap
What is Glycerin?
When making soap, water and lye—two key ingredients—are combined and undergo a process called saponification. This process creates a byproduct called glycerin (typically at a ratio of 2 parts soap to 1 part glycerin), which can be classified as either vegetable or animal glycerine depending on the source of the fats used in the soap making. Glycerin can also be synthetically created.
Glycerin is a useful multipurpose product that can be added to recipes as a low glycemic natural sweetener, used topically as a moisturizing skin soother, made into glycerin soap, or combined with essential oils as a carrier oil.
Piping Rock’s pure USP Vegetable Glycerin is the perfect sweetening agent that is low-glycemic and easy to use on its own or as a base to create homemade herbal extracts. Odorless and colorless, it can also be used topically to moisturize the skin after shower, bath, or shaving, and can be used in homemade cosmetics such as lotions, soaps, shampoos, and toothpaste.
Rosewater & Glycerin is a popular beauty product that takes glycerin’s natural moisturizing properties and combines it with the soothing scent of rose petals. Piping Rock’s delicate Rosewater & Glycerin is a luxurious moisturizer for the face and body, and is a positively sublime and refreshing addition to your daily beauty routine.
Directions for Use
Always consult with your trusted healthcare professional prior to adding and dietary supplement to your daily regimen. As a natural sweetener, glycerin can be used in place of table sugar, honey, or other sweeteners. As a skin moisturizer, simply apply a desired amount to the skin and gently massage until absorbed. For use as a carrier oil in aromatherapy, use at a ratio of 1 ounce glycerin for every 7-10 drops of essential oil.