Recent Examples of glycerin from the Web
For one thing, they’re made with vegetable glycerin instead of alcohol.
The membranes can be mechanically moved back and forth, changing the curvature of the glycerin lens.
Use an eyedropper to apply a few drops of baby oil, mineral oil, glycerin or hydrogen peroxide in your ear canal.
The vaccine was manufactured by the Philadelphia company H.K. Mulford and preserved in glycerin.
Supercharge your skincare in the weeks and months following your injection by incorporating a moisturizer with ultra-hydrating ingredients like glycerin and hyaluronic acid, says Noëlle S. Sherber, M.D., a dermatologist in Washington D.C.
The formula's glycerin, coconut oil, and aloe extract bring hydration, which keeps the concealer from sinking in.
These full-body cleansing cloths are saturated in hydrating ingredients, like aloe and glycerin, to cleanse and hydrate skin after a sweat fest.
For sensitive skin, look for cleansers with lactic acid or hydrating ingredients like glycerin, which aren’t as drying as those made for oilier types.
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First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
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