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Glycerin Substitute??


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It is a clear liquid, that is extracted from soap. Soap makers use large amounts of salt to make the glycerin rise to the top. Then scrap it off and sell it to you . That process is also use for making nitro glycerin. Glycerin is an hummecant in lotions. It depends on what you are putting it in. Honey is a hummecant also. It would be great in soap & Lotion.


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