Urea is one of the most widely used nitrogen fertilizers in the world, it’s a hot-melt liquid made when carbon dioxide reacts with ammonia. It is used in agricultural fertilizers, animal feed additives and gold extraction processes.
A urea production facility was built at Dakota Gas’ Great Plains Synfuels Plant in January 2018. The granular fertilizer is produced from reaction of ammonia and carbon dioxide and is used to provide nitrogen to plants.
In agriculture, urea is used to give plants the nitrogen they need to grow green leafy growth and make them appear lush. It also helps plants with photosynthesis.
Yara manufactures technical grade urea and agriculture grade urea at its 30 plants worldwide. Yara’s urea is made with an integrated fluid bed granulation process to ensure that it is of high quality throughout the prilling and granulation processes.
When applied topically, urea is a keratolytic substance that moisturizes skin by breaking down keratin. This can help with conditions like eczema and psoriasis that are caused by overproduction of skin cells.
When applying urea cream, it’s important to follow the instructions on the bottle. You should never apply urea on the eyes or lips. This is because it may cause irritation or an allergic reaction.
There are different types of urea creams available for different skin conditions, so you should talk to your doctor about which is right for you. Some creams contain a low-dose of urea, while others have more concentrated doses.