Sources of Isopropyl Alcohol?

Answer Isopropyl alcohol, isopropanol, IPA or rubbing alcohol is a common solvent, thinner, antifoaming agent, disinfectant and antimicrobial substance. It occurs naturally in plants, animals and the atm... Read More »

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Is rubbing alcohol the same as isopropyl alcohol?

Rubbing alcohol is the same form of alcohol as isopropyl alcohol, synthetically produced and diluted with 30 percent water. Isopropyl alcoholic is a form of denatured alcohol, different than that u... Read More »

Isopropyl Alcohol for Acne?

Acne is a common skin disorder resulting in unattractive blemishes typically on the face. Acne is caused by dirt and oil getting clogged in the skins pores. Thoroughly cleansing your face two times... Read More »

Is isopropyl alcohol denatured?

Isopropyl alcohol is the alcohol component of most rubbing alcohols. Denatured alcohol is ethanol that has had chemicals added to it to make it undrinkable. Isopropyl alcohol is not ethanol and the... Read More »

Isopropyl Alcohol & Eczema?

Eczema is a common skin condition in which the skin becomes scaly, itchy and red. It runs in families and is more common in families with a history of allergic reactions, asthma and hay fever, acco... Read More »