If you’re a grooming purist, then the chances are that you’ll already have a bar of soap in your bathroom. These simple devices make cleaning as easy as can be – simply add water and they’ll quickly develop into a fine lather, which you’ll be able to use to scrub away the day’s sweat and grime.
Not all hand soaps are built quite the same, however. Some are produced using synthetic chemicals, while others are created using natural ones. Mitchell’s Wool Fat Hand Soap is an example of the latter – it employs lanolin, a fat naturally found in wool, to do its work. This substance works wonderfully as a skin cleanser and conditioner, as Fred Mitchell discovered when examining the skin of sheep-shearers near to his hometown of Bradford, England. Shortly afterwards, he established his company – and the rest is history!