DMSO Dimethyl Sulfoxide

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Product Summary:

Industrial Grade DMSO
 
DMSO is pure dimethyl sulfoxide liquid.  DMSO is a pyrogen free, acetone free laboratory solvent which is sold for use as a mild solvent only.
 
Features:
  • Oil Based
  • Liquid form contains 99% DMSO. 
  • Gel and Roll-on contain 90% DMSO.
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I mix this with topicals
Linda T on Jan 4, 2016
first aid kit
Laurie L on Aug 18, 2015
Vet recommended I use this as an adjunct to treatment for scratches.
Lisa S on Aug 24, 2015
horse cut foot
karen g on May 5, 2015
This is 99% DMSO, what is the other one percent. What is the difference between this product and the pharmaceutical product?
Joy O on May 27, 2014
Best Answer: It is difficult, actually impossible to get anything at all to be 100% anything. It is just chemically impossible.

The pharmacy grade may get you a couple of hundredths or maybe tenths of percent more pure, but DMSO is such a universal solvent that it will not remain that way for long.

If something is being added, I suspect that it would be a benign thickener (like starch) to keep the roll on from just running out passed the roll on ball faster than it could be applied.
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