Is Lanolin Beneficial For Eczema?

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    Colin
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    I have been an advocate of lanolin for a long time.  I think that it is a really effective treatment for dry skin.   But it is a natural product, and natural products are prone to cause skin reactions.  I think therefore that if you’ve got a seriously dry skin condition such as eczema you need to be careful when you try it,  but if you can get on with it you will find it a very helpful material.

    Is Lanolin Beneficial For Eczema?

    I’m always interested to hear people’s experiences.

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    LisaLise
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    I’m a huge fan of lanolin as well. It’s one of the few non-plant-based ingredients I happily use. I have been ‘fooling around’ with a vegetable-based lanolin substitute over the past couple of years to see if it measures up to the real thing. So far lanolin wins, but I will continue trying it out.

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    Perry Romanowski
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    A lot of consumers here in the US avoid it because it comes from animals. I always liked it as an ingredient though. Except for the smell of course.

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