Hello All. Maybe you can help me out. I recently discovered and joined this Vintage Baseball Glove Forum and I'm glad I did. Over the past few weeks I've been reading all sorts of great info/insight/suggestions/advice on this forum. However, there is still one topic I haven't seen posted yet and it has to do with Liquid Lanolin vs. Lanolin Cream/Lansinoh. I've read all about the benefits of Lanolin Cream/Lansinoh, and in fact, I recently bought a tube of Lansinoh from Target, but I haven't read anything from anyone about Liquid Lanolin.
So, here goes my question: Has anyone had any success with Liquid Lanolin?
The bottle I have is 4 fl. oz. (118 mL.), it's by a company called Home Health, and the label says Liquid Lanolin, Pure Emolient Oil. Underneath that, that label shows five bullet points. * Excellent Moisturizer * Soothes and softens the skin * Promotes the natural beauty of healthy skin * 100% natural * Paraben-free. The back of the label says Ingredient: Lanolin Oil.
I bought it at my local Whole Foods in Pasadena, CA. When I was calling around to different stores looking for 100% pure lanolin, the only store that carried it was Whole Foods, so I excitedly rushed on over only to find this liquid stuff instead of the lanolin cream I was expecting. So, once again, has anyone had any experience with the Lanolin Oil as opposed to the cream? Any info/insight you can provide will be much appreciated.
Los Angeles, CA