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Drug Name: Glycerin
Brand Name(s): Pedia-Lax, Fleet, Minica-s, Derm-apply
Drug Class: Emollients
Treats: dry skin, acne, cracked heels, moisturizer

Glycerin medication is an organic compound that is used as a moisturizer to treat rough skin, scaly, itchy, skin burns, dry skin, and diaper rash. Glycerin, which is a colorless and odorless liquid, consists of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen compounds. This substance assists in softening and moisturizing the skin as well as reduce flaking and stopping the itching feeling.

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Glycerin Uses

In most cases, glycerin is used in treating dry and itchy skin. Dry skin is a condition that comes as a result of an inadequate amount of water in the epidermis layer. This condition is mostly known to affect the elderly because their skin tends to have a smaller amount of natural skin oil and water. It normally affects areas such as the face, hands, arms and lower legs. Dry skin may become severe if not treated in advance. The skin tends to tighten and have an itchy feeling which is very irritating. Some external factors such as cold temperatures and very low humidity also dry up the skin and later cause flaking. Other factors include medical conditions such as atopic dermatitis, eczema, age, health, family and genetics. Glycerin works by forming an oily film on the skin which later traps water and draws it into the outer layer of the skin.

Glycerin is used for the following:

  • Treat dry skin
  • Treat acne
  • Treat wrinkles
  • Treat cracked heels
  • Treat blackhead
  • Used as a moisturizer and a toner

Glycerin Dosage

Glycerin dosage is determined by your doctor or pharmacist. He or she may determine the dose based on factors such as severity of the condition being treated, weight, age, medical history and response to treatment. It, therefore, means that the dose may vary from one patient to the other. The duration between intervals, time and the length of using Glycerin are determined by the severity of the condition being treated. Do not use more than the recommended dose. Do not swallow or ingest Glycerin. Read and follow the directions on the product package. Below you will find a typical dosage of Glycerin.

  • Apply it twice a day
  • Wash your hands before and after use
  • Apply glycerin after bathing or showering while the skin is still damp.
  • In very dry skin, soak the area before application.
  • Apply a small amount in the affected area and spread it until the whole area is covered.
  • For dry hands, apply glycerin every time you wash your hands.
  • Use glycerin regularly to get the best results.

Glycerin Side Effects

Glycerin has its own side effects just like any other medication. The severity of these side effects may vary from one person to the other depending on the body's ability to handle the effects of the drug. Some people may not experience the side effects at all. Note that this list does not include all possible Glycerin side effects.

Common Glycerin side effects:

  • Itching
  • Pale skin
  • Headache
  • Skin irritation
  • Severe burning
  • Longer burning sensations

Contact your Doctor if you experience the following severe side effects:

  • Fever with or without chills
  • Changes in skin color
  • Rash
  • Hives

Glycerin Interactions

Some drugs and substances may interact with Glycerin, which may reduce the drug’s effectiveness or cause severe side effects. In most cases, Glycerin is not combined with other drugs unless the doctor authorizes it. Thus, do not start, stop or change the use of any medication without informing your doctor.

Common medications confirmed to interact with Glycerin are:

  • Camphor spirit
  • Oxytrol
  • Desenex
  • Digipepsin
  • Ditropan
  • Allegra
  • Avodart
  • Alli
  • Benadryl

Note that this is not a complete list of all drugs and substances that interact with Glycerin. You should share a list of all drugs, prescription and non-prescription and herbal remedies that you may be using with your doctor to enable them to monitor possible interactions on your behalf better.