Glycerin, commonly referred to as liquid glycerine, is a viscous liquid that is colourless and odourless. It is a natural substance created during the soap-making process from plant or animal lipids. There are numerous uses for liquid glycerine in the food, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries. It is a useful ingredient in skincare products, lotions, and creams because it acts as a humectant to draw and hold moisture. Glycerine is used in a variety of food products as a sweetener, preservative, and solvent. It also functions as a component in oral care products, as a lubricant in medical equipment, and in medicinal compositions. It is a commonly utilised substance in a variety of consumer goods and industrial applications due to its non-toxic and adaptable qualities.