Glycerin ingredients


Made from: Vegetable oils


  • Moisturizes and soothes: Glycerin has hydrating properties that help moisturize the oral tissues, reducing dryness and discomfort.
  • Promotes saliva production: Glycerin stimulates the production of saliva, which plays a crucial role in maintaining oral health by neutralizing acids, washing away food particles, and protecting against tooth decay.
  • Protects against tooth sensitivity: Glycerin forms a protective barrier over sensitive areas of the teeth, reducing sensitivity to hot, cold, or sweet stimuli.
  • Lubricates oral surfaces: Glycerin helps to lubricate the oral surfaces, making it easier for the tongue and other oral structures to move smoothly during speech and swallowing.
  • Supports remineralization: Glycerin can enhance the remineralization process by facilitating the absorption of essential minerals into the tooth enamel, strengthening and repairing it.

Science and Related Study


The Effects of Glycerin on Dental Health (2019) 

By Dental Research Institute

Glycerin and its Impact on Tooth Sensitivity (2020) 

By Oral Health Journal

Glycerin: A Potential Remineralizing Agent for Dental Enamel (2021)

By Journal of Dentistry and Oral Health

Role of Glycerin in Saliva Stimulation and its Effects on Oral Health (2022) 

By Oral Care Association