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  1. Bisacodyl Carboxymethylcellulose Cascara sagrada Casanthranol Castor oil Dehydrocholic acid Docusate Glycerin Lactulose Magnesium citrate Magnesium hydroxide Magnesium oxide Magnesium ...
  2. Dry Skin (Sjogren's Syndrome Foundation) - PDF  
    ... Dove®, Basis®, Cetaphil® or the low/no residue glycerin bars such as Neutrogena®) instead of harsh true “ ... using products that contain chemicals such as urea, glycerin, lactic or similar “metabolic” or alpha-hydroxy acids ( ...
  3. ... or 30 minutes after you eat. Use a glycerin suppository or Dulcolax at planned times when you ...
  4. Overview of Food Ingredients, Additives and Colors (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... Retain moisture Shredded coconut, marshmallows, soft candies, confections Glycerin, sorbitol Yeast Nutrients Promote growth of yeast Breads ...
  5. ... wax in the ear: Baby oil Commercial drops Glycerin Mineral oil Water Another method is to wash ...
  6. Understanding Constipation (American Gastroenterological Association) - PDF  
    ... through the intestine more easily. Mineral oil or glycerin suppositories are the most common example. Lubricants typically ...
  7. ... also stimulate bowel movements by using a suppository (glycerin or bisacodyl) or a small enema. Some people ...
  8. Eldercare at Home: Constipation (AGS Foundation for Health in Aging)  
    ... into the rectum can cause a bowel movement. Glycerin suppositories are very safe. You can also purchase ...
  9. Earwax (American Academy of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery)  
    ... a few drops of mineral oil, baby oil, glycerin, or commercial drops in the ear. Detergent drops ...
  10. Why Are Jerky Treats Making Pets Sick? (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... that one firm used falsified receiving documents for glycerin, a jerky ingredient. Chinese authorities informed FDA that ...
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