Be natural, use nature’s protection. Pure NZ Lanolin + Manuka Oil at your fingertips, in a skin stick, without the gooey mess or unpleasant smell of sheep! Where does Manuka Oil come from? Honeybees help make Manuka honey by going to the blossoms of Manuka trees. Then humans make Manuka oil from steam distilling the whole branches of Manuka trees. In New Zealand we have the sweetish smelling Manuka tree. Up in Australia they have the Tea Tree, which is similar, but does not smell as sweet. For generations, Maori people have used every part of a Manuka tree for medicinal purposes.
Where does Lanolin come from? Lanolin comes from sheep’s wool. It’s the natural oil that coats the wool and protects sheep from the harsh elements. That is how sheep can live outside in sun, snow, hail or rain. Gathering wool from sheep is completely sustainable, the wool grows back quickly. So using this skin stick is not going to hurt any sheep.
Net 13g (0.46oz) approx. This unique skin stick comes in a small oval tube, like a mini deodorant stick. Ideal size for your pocket or handbag. A skin stick is also referred to as solid moisturizer or hard lotion.
We, the makers of Milk Relief Soap™, have developed Lano Relief Skin Stick™ on the same principle as Milk Relief Soap™ – “as simple as possible, but no simpler.” 100% natural, with NO additives, fillers or preservatives (no moisture content, as the skin stick is made of pure oils).
As with soap, you are not paying for water, so it is light, economical, and efficient. It glides on skin (including the face) easily. It’s also suitable for lips. Care for your dry skin simply and naturally.
- Pure New Zealand Lanolin
- Organic NZ Beeswax
- Fair Trade Unrefined Shea Butter
- Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic
- Spray Free Tamanu Oil
- Cold Pressed Castor Bean Oil, Organic
- Jojoba Oil, Organic
- NZ East Cape Manuka Oil
Skin Stick Size:
Net 13g (0.46oz) approx. You can put one in your pocket, easily. Buy two, one for home, and one for out and about.
Be natural, be protected. Rub on dry, cracked, itchy or inflamed skin. Avoid eyes. Apply as often as necessary.