Glycerin is an organic compound known more formally as glycerol. Its common sources are animal fat and vegetable oil. Glycerin is a clear, odorless liquid at room temperature, and it has a sweet taste. It's most commonly used in soap and is also a common ingredient in many pharmaceuticals.
Use to remove the thrush from a baby's tongue, can be used as a make up removing agent, a moisturizing agent, used for soothing of minor burns and to enhance the glaze of cake icing