Since launching in June 2009, Lanolips 101 Ointment has become a cult fave amongst the A-listers (Kelly Rowland, Dannii Minogue and Miranda Kerr count themselves as fans) and beauty editors worldwide — I keep one on my desk, my bedside table and in my handbag so that I'm never without it. Using ultra medical grade lanolin (its purest form), the balm can be used as a lip treatment, to soothe dry, cracked skin, to condition cuticles and much more making it a constant go-to for brand's founder Kirsten Carriol: "I’ve found myself adding this wonderfully rich formulation to all of the other skin and body products I use." So the natural progression was to create her own line of products that featured the hero ingredient. Launching next month, there is Golden Ointment ($28.95), an intense moisturiser for really dry areas, Triple Buttermilk Body Balm ($23.95), an all-over body moisturiser for dry skin sufferers and Herbal Treatment Body Oil ($18.95), a treatment for stretch marks and uneven skin tone.
The Lanolips Lovely Lanolin collection will be available from February 10.