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This means commonly used cosmetic ingredients like beeswax, lanolin, and carmine (a dye made from beetles' wings) will be replaced.
Among the skin care ingredients to consider are glycerin, lanolin, niacinamide and beeswax.
A good quality wool rug still has some of the original lanolin left in the fibers.
Look for humectants that draw moisture to the top layer of your skin, like glycerin, hyaluronic acid, urea, lanolin, dimethicone, and petrolatum, says Dr. Levin.
Then, apply an ointment or cream that contains softening oils (like olive or jojoba), vitamin E, lactic acid, urea, hyaluronic acid, dimethicone, glycerin, lanolin, mineral oil, or petrolatum, advises the AAD.
SACRAMENTO — Just before noon on Friday, Kim Chambers, 39, stood on a floating dock at the Sacramento Yacht Club as Kala Sherman-Presser, a member of her support team, rubbed lanolin under Chambers’s arms and the seams of her swimsuit.
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LANOLIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lanolin for English Language Learners
: an oily substance that comes from sheep's wool and that is used for making soaps and lotions
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