Vegetable Glycerine

$10.00

A natural by-product of the soap making process, a hard to find ingredient & one well worth having.

  • Vegan friendly & palm oil free

  • Great emulsifier for essential oils

  • Amazing moisturiser 

  • USES & BENEFITS
  • WHAT IS IT
  • HOW THIS IS  PACKAGED

Here are some uses for Organic vegetable Glycerine 


EMULSIFIER: When adding essential oils to a product, mix with Glycerine first for better emulsion in your product. 


 MOISTURISER: Use directly on hands/body or mix with other butters 


SWEETENER: Can be used as a sweetener for your DIY Toothpaste 


THICKENER COMBO: The easiest and most effective option when using Xantham Gum as a thickener, is to mix with Glycerine to make a paste that can be easily dispersed into water.

It is a by-product of the soap-making process, which separates the glycerin from the fatty acids in the whole oil.Vegetable Glycerine (also spelled glycerin) is a clear, syrup-like liquid that has a sweet taste and no odor. It’s obtained from vegetable fats found in oils, such as soybean oil or coconut oil. It’s also water and alcohol soluble, making it easy to work with.


There are several ways to make vegetable glycerin. Most is made as a byproduct of soap manufacturing. In that process, vegetable oil is heated with a strong alkali such as lye (sodium hydroxide). Manufacturers can also make it by heating coconut, soy, or palm oil under pressure with water so that the glycerin splits off into the water. Distillation isolates the glycerine

Your goodies will be packaged plastic free in an Amber Glass Bottle

  • Re-usable, refillable & recyclable

  • Protects from direct sunlight

  • Able to attach trigger sprays & lotion pumps from our accessories collection

  • Simply stunning is a bonus!


A natural by-product of the soap making process, a hard to find ingredient & one well worth having.

  • Vegan friendly & palm oil free

  • Great emulsifier for essential oils

  • Amazing moisturiser 

  • USES & BENEFITS
  • WHAT IS IT
  • HOW THIS IS  PACKAGED

Here are some uses for Organic vegetable Glycerine 


EMULSIFIER: When adding essential oils to a product, mix with Glycerine first for better emulsion in your product. 


 MOISTURISER: Use directly on hands/body or mix with other butters 


SWEETENER: Can be used as a sweetener for your DIY Toothpaste 


THICKENER COMBO: The easiest and most effective option when using Xantham Gum as a thickener, is to mix with Glycerine to make a paste that can be easily dispersed into water.

It is a by-product of the soap-making process, which separates the glycerin from the fatty acids in the whole oil.Vegetable Glycerine (also spelled glycerin) is a clear, syrup-like liquid that has a sweet taste and no odor. It’s obtained from vegetable fats found in oils, such as soybean oil or coconut oil. It’s also water and alcohol soluble, making it easy to work with.


There are several ways to make vegetable glycerin. Most is made as a byproduct of soap manufacturing. In that process, vegetable oil is heated with a strong alkali such as lye (sodium hydroxide). Manufacturers can also make it by heating coconut, soy, or palm oil under pressure with water so that the glycerin splits off into the water. Distillation isolates the glycerine

Your goodies will be packaged plastic free in an Amber Glass Bottle

  • Re-usable, refillable & recyclable

  • Protects from direct sunlight

  • Able to attach trigger sprays & lotion pumps from our accessories collection

  • Simply stunning is a bonus!


USES & BENEFITS

Here are some uses for Organic vegetable Glycerine 


EMULSIFIER: When adding essential oils to a product, mix with Glycerine first for better emulsion in your product. 


 MOISTURISER: Use directly on hands/body or mix with other butters 


SWEETENER: Can be used as a sweetener for your DIY Toothpaste 


THICKENER COMBO: The easiest and most effective option when using Xantham Gum as a thickener, is to mix with Glycerine to make a paste that can be easily dispersed into water.

WHAT IS IT

It is a by-product of the soap-making process, which separates the glycerin from the fatty acids in the whole oil.Vegetable Glycerine (also spelled glycerin) is a clear, syrup-like liquid that has a sweet taste and no odor. It’s obtained from vegetable fats found in oils, such as soybean oil or coconut oil. It’s also water and alcohol soluble, making it easy to work with.


There are several ways to make vegetable glycerin. Most is made as a byproduct of soap manufacturing. In that process, vegetable oil is heated with a strong alkali such as lye (sodium hydroxide). Manufacturers can also make it by heating coconut, soy, or palm oil under pressure with water so that the glycerin splits off into the water. Distillation isolates the glycerine

HOW IT'S PACKAGED

Your goodies will be packaged plastic free in an Amber Glass Bottle

  • Re-usable, refillable & recyclable

  • Protects from direct sunlight

  • Able to attach trigger sprays & lotion pumps from our accessories collection

  • Simply stunning is a bonus!


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