This glycerine is Kosher or Halal Certified. It is generated exclusively from vegetable-based sources and has many uses. It is a product mainly coming from Malaysia.
- Food ingredients
- Can help slow the progression of wrinkles and other unwanted facial features such as blackheads and whiteheads
- Vegetable glycerin’s moisturizing properties are beneficial for hair as well as skin. Dry, brittle hair will benefit from using hair care products made with it
- In addition to keeping the moisture level of the skin on track, the cosmetic effect of glycerin on skin is that the skin looks healthier and more attractive
Consumers are often puzzled when they find glycerin listedas an ingredient on kosher products. Originally, glycerin was produced commercially as a by-product in the manufacture of soap from animal tallow. Today’s technological advances in the food industry have made it possible to produce glycerine from mineral and vegetable sources. However, most glycerine is still produced from animal fat and all glycerin must, therefore, be Kosher endorsed.
Source: Bulk Herb Store, http://www.bulkherbstore.com/Vegetable-Glycerin
Oxford Chabad Society, http://www.oxfordchabad.org/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/307920/jewish/Kosher-Foods.htm