Lano

Lano


Overall rating
4.6
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60%
would repurchase
4.6
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Overall rating
60%
would repurchase

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Recent Lano Reviews

Hand Cream Intense
5.0
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2 months ago

I've got two of these, the Rose and the Milk + Honey. As much as I love them, I see myself trying to lemon and coconut, too, down the line. I admit I'd bypassed this line for a long time because I thought lanolin, being derived from sheep's wool, would cause these -- or any lanolin-based lotions -- to smell kind of like farm animals or wet dog … something like that. They don't, however. These, compared to the Everywhere Multi-Cream, come in smaller tubes and come out a bit thicker, but they soak into skin super fast. (For me they do; for someone else it might take longer.) They really have helped my dry hands (the Everywhere Multi-Cream does, too). I'd had painful cracking that eventually bleeds, and these have quickly remedied the problem. My hands look "normal" again, and feel soft from using this. I do prefer the rose. It's faint, but it's that classical rose scent, for sure. I don't notice the smell hanging in the air after using it. The milk and honey smells more like milk than honey to me. (I was hoping for a tiny bit more honey scent). But I love both. They work amazingly well for me, and have healed up that painful itchy cracking and scaliness I'd been experiencing on my hands. (I think that in part was caused by perfumed liquid hand soaps, those cheap ones in public and workplace bathrooms. This brand has been the only thing that fixed the problem.) Will I buy more? Yes. I bought the milk and honey after going through most of the rose, and I'll buy more rose and try the other two scents as well. I love it so much I'll even pay full price if I don't have a coupon or there isn't a sale.

Hand Cream Intense
5.0
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2 months ago

I've got two of these, the Rose and the Milk + Honey. As much as I love them, I see myself trying to lemon and coconut, too, down the line. I admit I'd bypassed this line for a long time because I thought lanolin, being derived from sheep's wool, would cause these -- or any lanolin-based lotions -- to smell kind of like farm animals or wet dog … something like that. They don't, however. These, compared to the Everywhere Multi-Cream, come in smaller tubes and come out a bit thicker, but they soak into skin super fast. (For me they do; for someone else it might take longer.) They really have helped my dry hands (the Everywhere Multi-Cream does, too). I'd had painful cracking that eventually bleeds, and these have quickly remedied the problem. My hands look "normal" again, and feel soft from using this. I do prefer the rose. It's faint, but it's that classical rose scent, for sure. I don't notice the smell hanging in the air after using it. The milk and honey smells more like milk than honey to me. (I was hoping for a tiny bit more honey scent). But I love both. They work amazingly well for me, and have healed up that painful itchy cracking and scaliness I'd been experiencing on my hands. (I think that in part was caused by perfumed liquid hand soaps, those cheap ones in public and workplace bathrooms. This brand has been the only thing that fixed the problem.) Will I buy more? Yes. I bought the milk and honey after going through most of the rose, and I'll buy more rose and try the other two scents as well. I love it so much I'll even pay full price if I don't have a coupon or there isn't a sale.


Everywhere Multi-Cream
5.0
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2 months ago

The Lano line has been a godsend for me. I have tried countless other hand creams, and while I liked many, I never loved them like I now love Lano. I stayed away because of lanolin being the top ingredient. Since it comes from the oil in sheep's wool, I had this thought in my head that no matter how clean and scientific the process of getting the lanolin off the wool would be, that if I used a lotion with lanolin I'd be smelling weird wet animal smells, like I'd petted a bunch of wet dogs. I was wrong. This stuff is amazing. If I would insert a "Hallelujah!" gif here, I would. This stuff is a thicker cream, and if I use a little to spot-treat or apply to cuticles, or a little more to moisturize hands, it soaks in wonderfully. It's like the creaminess gets drunk in and what's left are moisturized hands and a velvety, non-greasy softness. I'd been dealing with uncomfortable dry hands from frequent washings using perfumed liquid soaps at the office, which caused dry and painful patches of skin that eventually cracked, split and hurt like hell. This (and the smaller tubes of the hand cream) are the only things that have helped. Plus the smell is nice. It's subtle and mild. I can't describe it, but it's almost neutral to me. (Nothing fruity, nothing excessively floral or citrusy, nothing candy-like or musklike … it's just a bit of, well, scent.) This is one of the few products I use often (and used up) and I've gone back to purchase more of. It's not going to be everybody's cup of tea -- some will find it too thick or too hard to spread -- but for me it's amazing. It's even worth the higher price (to me) since I'm using it up! (And if you've never tried it before, next time you're at Ulta or wherever it's sold, consider testing it. I did, and … my hands say hallelujah!) (It's also good in other places, but I love it most for hands.)

Everywhere Multi-Cream
5.0
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2 months ago

The Lano line has been a godsend for me. I have tried countless other hand creams, and while I liked many, I never loved them like I now love Lano. I stayed away because of lanolin being the top ingredient. Since it comes from the oil in sheep's wool, I had this thought in my head that no matter how clean and scientific the process of getting the lanolin off the wool would be, that if I used a lotion with lanolin I'd be smelling weird wet animal smells, like I'd petted a bunch of wet dogs. I was wrong. This stuff is amazing. If I would insert a "Hallelujah!" gif here, I would. This stuff is a thicker cream, and if I use a little to spot-treat or apply to cuticles, or a little more to moisturize hands, it soaks in wonderfully. It's like the creaminess gets drunk in and what's left are moisturized hands and a velvety, non-greasy softness. I'd been dealing with uncomfortable dry hands from frequent washings using perfumed liquid soaps at the office, which caused dry and painful patches of skin that eventually cracked, split and hurt like hell. This (and the smaller tubes of the hand cream) are the only things that have helped. Plus the smell is nice. It's subtle and mild. I can't describe it, but it's almost neutral to me. (Nothing fruity, nothing excessively floral or citrusy, nothing candy-like or musklike … it's just a bit of, well, scent.) This is one of the few products I use often (and used up) and I've gone back to purchase more of. It's not going to be everybody's cup of tea -- some will find it too thick or too hard to spread -- but for me it's amazing. It's even worth the higher price (to me) since I'm using it up! (And if you've never tried it before, next time you're at Ulta or wherever it's sold, consider testing it. I did, and … my hands say hallelujah!) (It's also good in other places, but I love it most for hands.)

Face Base The Aussie Flyer Leave-On Recovery Mask

First time I used this it did more than tingle and left my face red and ruddy looking. I ended up rinsing it off after a few minutes and put it aside. I do admit I had been throwing a lot of new things at my skin at the time and my skin barrier was a little off due to allergies... now that I am doing better I decided to try it again. So barely any tingling this time and my face is a little red in places but not as bad as the first time... I am not sure I am feeling any more hydrated than I would be if I did a similar treatment with the Vitamin E Day Cream and did end up layering some of it over the mask, but my skin is dry and often dehydrated. It is possible I just got a higher amount of peppermint oil on the first use as I feel creams that contain a lot of oil sort of settle. Due to the fact it has peppermint oil I hesitate to recommend this product to everyone, especially sensitive skin types due to a possible reaction to the peppermint oil and ginger root oil, even if you do just fine with the day cream or the all-over cream. I am going to try it on my feet as I know I will do fine with peppermint oil there.

Face Base The Aussie Flyer Leave-On Recovery Mask
4.0
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9 months ago

First time I used this it did more than tingle and left my face red and ruddy looking. I ended up rinsing it off after a few minutes and put it aside. I do admit I had been throwing a lot of new things at my skin at the time and my skin barrier was a little off due to allergies... now that I am doing better I decided to try it again. So barely any tingling this time and my face is a little red in places but not as bad as the first time... I am not sure I am feeling any more hydrated than I would be if I did a similar treatment with the Vitamin E Day Cream and did end up layering some of it over the mask, but my skin is dry and often dehydrated. It is possible I just got a higher amount of peppermint oil on the first use as I feel creams that contain a lot of oil sort of settle. Due to the fact it has peppermint oil I hesitate to recommend this product to everyone, especially sensitive skin types due to a possible reaction to the peppermint oil and ginger root oil, even if you do just fine with the day cream or the all-over cream. I am going to try it on my feet as I know I will do fine with peppermint oil there.