Felted soap – lanolin soap bar and flannel in one, naturally exfoliating and antibacterial.
LITTLE BEAU SHEEP products are lovingly made in the heart of Yorkshire from wool from British sheep breeds.
This felted soap is enriched with pure lanolin and wrapped in 100% natural wool. The wool acts as a soap saver and the soap lathers through it. The wool continues to shrink and felt to the soap with use so the soap last a lot longer than an un-felted bar.
All you are left with at the end is a small ball of wool that is completely biodegradable. The wool is natural, undyed wool and is gently exfoliating on the skin, it’s like having a soap bar and flannel all in one.
It will not slip out your hand as easily as an ordinary bar and does not hold germs due the natural antibacterial properties of wool. It’s a fun and woolly way to wash, the perfect soap for children and adults alike!
Lanolin soap ingredients:
Sodium Tallowate, Sodium Palm, Lernelate, Aqua, Parfum, Coumarin, Linalool, Glycerin, Sodium Cholride, Lanolin, C177891, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate
Made in England, paraben and SLS free. Not tested on animals.
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.