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Little Beau Sheep

Lanolin Balm

  • This wonderfully hydrating lanolin balm is perfect for extremely dry or chapped skin.

    It is widely known that sheep shearers have the softest hands of all despite working in the cold and wind. This is because they handle wool all day long and wool contains lanolin.

    Lanolin repairs the barrier function of the skin. The waterproof barrier keeps excess water out, while retaining the moisture inside. It is the closest to the skin’s own protective barrier and absorbs easily into the skin while still allowing the skin to breathe.

    Lanolin protects the skin from the harshest environmental conditions and is highly effective on severely damaged skin. Uses include, but are not limited to; chapped lips, dry elbows, cracked feet, sore nipples, nappy rash and as a cuticle cream.

    25g pot.

  • We knew we had to carry this incredible range of natural, British products as soon as we tried them!

    Award-winning Little Beau Sheep is the brain-child of Sarah Turner, who is as big on the magical properties of natural lanolin as we are. We adore her lanolin balm, which works better than anything we've ever tried on dried/irritated/chapped skin. 

    And the dryer balls and soaps are out of this world amazing!

    "Using British wool, I hand-make a range of natural and novel gifts and goodies here in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.

    From dryer balls for a faster more fragrant tumble-dry, to felted soaps for an invigorating bath or shower, there’s a whole flock of fabulous stuff to choose from. Why not take a look and see what takes your fancy?"

    Flying the flag for British Wool

    Sarah is a proud supporter of the Rare Breed Survival Trust and The Campaign for Wool. Described as ‘a miraculous material’ by none less than Prince Charles, British wool has an amazing history, especially in her native Yorkshire. 

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