History of Lanolin?

Answer Lanolin is a material derived from the wool of a sheep. Known as wool wax or wool fat, this substance is used in a variety of skin and beauty products. It also is used to produce vitamin supplement... Read More »

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What Is Lanolin?

An intensely moisturizing mixture of fats from the sheep of a skin, lanolin is a favored choice for treating dry skin as well as other skin ailments among health care professionals and those lookin... Read More »

Uses for Lanolin?

Lanolin is a greasy substance with chemical resemblance to wax. It is derived from sheep, removed from sheered wool as it is cleaned for textile preparation. Lanolin has a variety of uses, but is m... Read More »

Can you be allergic to lanolin?

YES, I am allergic to LANOLIN. I had a shower using some cream shower gel (containing Lanolin) and the next day I was scratching alot and felt like I had dry skin. So I took a bath with E45 Embolli... Read More »

What are the dangers of lanolin?

Lanolin is derived from sheep's skin and is found in many cosmetic products. Lanolin can cause allergic reactions with the skin and if ingested is poisonous.FeaturesLanolin is a wool alcohol. It bi... Read More »