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Have you heard that shearers have soft hands? I don't know much about sheep, but even I'd heard that; and it turns out the reason why is pretty simple - it's the lanolin from handling sheep during shearing!
Lanolin is basically wool wax - a sheep's natural oil. It's an emollient, locking moisture into the skin (and forming a barrier to keep the sheep dry). It's long been used as a treatment for eczema and dry skin.
We're putting Alpine Silk Nourishing Collagen Crème with Organic Lanolin to the test.
Enriched with New Zealand Certified Organic Lanolin, Collagen and Vitamin E, this cream helps boost skin softness and hydration. It will firm the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, making it the perfect moisturiser if you're beginning to consider anti-ageing products.
The three ingredients make a powerhouse trio:
- Lanolin is an emollient which locks moisture into the skin; as well as being extremely rejuvenating and healing,. It allows the skin to moisturize itself from within.
- Collagen maintain skin elasticity, volume, and moisture. The form of marine collagen used by Alpine Silk is a hydrolysed (soluble) collagen which means it can penetrate the skin’s surface.
- Vitamin E is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory; known to improve the appearance of skin. Skin will look more full and more firm!
So are you up for this Trial Team? Why not get chatting below about all things Kiwi, lanoline and skin care. We might pick you!