Pure Glycerine 150ml
Glycerine or glycerol is a well-known humectant that suppresses trans-epidermal water loss to lock in precious skin hydration and attract water to the skin. Pastry cooks use it in Royal icing to bind the water to the sugar and stop it from hardening. Unlike oils, glycerine is not occlusive or oily and so is attractive to all skin types. It is a soothing way to prevent dry skin and leave it hydrated and smooth. One of the oldest and most respected toners was made by blending rose water with glycerine. It can be blended with fresh pulped fruits and vegetables to make face masks that nourish and plump the skin with maximum hydration and zesty freshness.
Glycerin Oil for Hair
Glycerin works best on natural hair when it is pulling moisture from relatively humid air to keep strands moisturised throughout the day. Using the pure product can leave your hair, and skin feeling sticky, so it is important to be mindful and not too liberal with application.
Glycerin Oil for Skin
Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Take a little bit of glycerin- no more than a teaspoon- into the palms, rubbing them together, and pat it all over your face. Avoid any contact with eyes and mouth. Allow it to absorb into the skin before washing it off after a few minutes.
Glycerin. BP Grade.