In the original tests of hair removal using glycyrrhizic acid, the experimenters dissolved it in a mixture of ethanol and urea.
The ethanol I can understand because it is soluble in ethanol and not in water, but why the urea?
I don't have urea and it isn't an easy item to obtain here, (I rather think that a bag of fertiliser will not be of cosmetic standard).
Suggestions for alternates? What function is the urea doing?
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