Ethylhexylglycerin is a synthetic compound commonly used in a wide range of skincare products like creams, lotions, serums and cleansers, where it serves multiple functions. It acts as a skin conditioning agent to improve the texture and feel of the product and preserve the product which helps to maintain product integrity and safety. Also, it can be found in deodorants and antiperspirants for its odor-masking properties.




Ethylhexylglycerin is a synthetic compound created through chemical processes in laboratories and is not derived from natural sources. It's specifically designed for use in cosmetic and skincare formulas.


Ethylhexylglycerin is generally well-tolerated on skin and considered safe and non-irritating for most.


Preserves Product

Ethylhexylglycerin improves the efficacy of other preservatives which helps to prevent microbial growth and maintain product freshness.

Improves Product Texture

It can improve the texture and feel of skincare formulas to create a smoother, more pleasurable application experience.

Controls Odors

In formulas like deodorants and antiperspirants, ethylhexylglycerin may contribute to odor control and mask unpleasant smells.