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#1 of 6 Old 04-24-2005, 08:50 PM - Thread Starter
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Does anybody use wool wash bars on themselves? If so, which ones? I like the idea of the lanolin, and heavy moisturizing. We have tha hardest water on the planet, seriously, I really think it is, and I feel squeaky after a shower, then itchy and tight.

Otherwise, is there any handmade soap/non-soap item out there that won't leave my skin feeling like a rubber balloon?

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#2 of 6 Old 04-24-2005, 08:58 PM
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I was wondering something similar. I've left my wool wash bar on the bathroom sink and wondered if it was ok for people to use it. So I'm curious, too.
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Hehehe I've thought about it too because I got a sugar cookie scented one a couple of weeks ago and it smells so good I want to take a bite out of if :LOL I have NO clue if this is safe to use on skin though.
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i've used wow bars on youngest ds, they've done wonders with his eczema itchies. rarely on myself though, because i'm overly oily, although they're great for postpartum dry skin.
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Not sure about those wool wash soap bars, but I know that the soap my dh buys me has lanolin in it and feels GREAT (also notice a dramatic decrease in bug bites too!) but I don't think it is "natural"
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I'm hopelessly addicted to Yuzu WOW. I have been using it on mommy "spa" days only because I wanted it to last (can't wait to order more). My skin always feels wonderful afterwards. Off to go browse Monkey Suds (again :LOL).
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