Heritage Products, Liquid Lanolin, 4 fl oz (120 ml) (Discontinued Item)5 Reviews
0.35 lbs (0.16 kg)
- Product Code: HRP-44346
- UPC Code: 076970443468
- Package Quantity: 4 fl oz (120 ml)
- Dimensions: 1.6 x 1.6 x 5.2 in, 0.3 lbs (0.14 kg)
- A Legacy for Life
- Heritage Store
- Emollient Oil & Cosmetic Base
- Soothing Salve
- From Sheared Sheep's Wool
- Recommended in the Edgar Cayce Readings
Discussion: Our Liquid Lanolin is a smooth cosmetic grade emollient with deeply moisturizing character.
Edgar Cayce recommended lanolin for soothing skin care and massage formulas. Apply as needed to dry skin and skin exposed to sun and wind. Use to soothe nipples after nursing, wipe off excess prior to nursing. Pure Lanolin is a natural ingredient in homemade moisturizers.
Contains no wax.
Certified by periodic laboratory tests to be free of pesticide residues.
Caution: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. If irritation, redness or discomfort occurs, discontinue use and consult a licensed health care practitioner.
iHerb Customer Reviews
I use lanolin to take care of my wool clothing: just add a small amount to the last rinse. It also is the best cure for very dry hands during winter. And here's my best tip for those who use mineral eyeshadows (i think it works with other eyeshadows as well): This product is the best eyeshadow primer there is in the world! Apply a very small amount on your lids with your fingers and press lids with tissue to remove any excessive grease. Then apply the eyeshadows as usual. This beats all the other primers I have ever used and the eyeshadow will last all day! And doesn't really cost anything.
I got this to use on lips but unfortunately it tastes pretty bad. (I don't lick my lips, acquired the taste from rubbing lips together). It's extremely bitter. So I can't use it on my lips. I'm not sure what the difference is between this oil and anhydrous lanolin and which is better but I like that this is certified free of pesticides because I have MCS and I've read that most sheep farmers use insecticide on their sheep. (If only they would use cedarwood oil!) It comes in a plastic bottle and has no scent. It's very tacky. Like honey but 10 times stickier. I use it on my neck lines and hours later, there's still that tacky feeling so it doesn't penetrate much, it kind of sits on top of the skin like vaseline but this is a liquid.