Soap is cooked in a decoction of yarrow, as a care additive is lanolin.
Lanolin – a fat-like substance that accumulates on the surface of sheep's wool (no sheep in the process of harvesting lanolin was not affected). Thanks to lanolin, the lamb does not get wet in the rain, its wool is always soft, does not tangle, despite its curls.
In the very first extant books on natural medicine, it is said that when the skin on the hands is cracked, smooth the sheep or RUB it with wool..
And this is not surprising, because one of the unique features of lanolin is that it is very close to the composition of human sebum.
Simply put, the cause of dry skin is a lack of lipids that pass water. And lanolin just contains these lipids and prevents the loss of moisture by the skin (the so-called transepidermal water loss).
Very soft in its effect, however, has excellent cleansing properties, has a large-bubble, abundant foam and does not dry the skin at all.
Soap cooked without added fragrances and dyes.
Since lanolin is derived from sheep's wool, the use of soap is contraindicated for people who are allergic to wool.