Although the original Yorkshire formula for Wool Fat Soap dates back to 1893, Mitchell's Wool Fat Soap was first produced in the early 1930's by Bradford chemist Frederick Mitchell. Mitchell realised that the natural lanolin content of wool fat, which kept the hands of local sheep shearers and wool sorters so exceptionally soft, could also be beneficial to delicate complexions and sensitive skins.
A simple and natural product, Mitchell's Wool Fat Soap is still made to Mr. Mitchell's original formula, based on a recipe from the turn of the century and incorporating lanolin from the wool fat as the key ingredient.
Although no medical claims are made for it, this very gentle soap is particularly soothing to sensitive skins and has often been recommended by members of the medical profession to help alleviate certain skin complaints.
Mitchell's Wool Fat Bath Soap is the height of bathing luxury, creating lots of wonderfully soft suds which soften the water as well as your skin, leaving you bathing in a milky rich bath that leaves your skin, smooth, soft and supple.
Mitchell's top secret cologne fragrance recipe is fresh and clean, equally good for starting the day or winding down after a long tiring one before bed.