Organically Grown Wool Products


LANACare Organic Wool Diaper Cover

Wool Diaper Covers breathe the best!!!! Wool is naturally antibacterial. I have found wool to be so easy to care for - as you don't need to wash as often. Just let it air out and smells are gone. If poop gets on it, soak in a bucket with some wool wash for 20 minutes, squeeze out and hang dry. When I use wool covers, my baby never soaks through and has no problem with rashes.

Organic merino wool is perhaps the softest, most luxurious organic wool in the world.  This is the trimmest fitting and least bulky of the organic wool pull-ons, thus is the best choice in this style for daytime use.  It is also excellent for nighttime.

The size medium and large have an adjustable elasticized waist.  You have to feel this cover to believe it.  The picture does not do justice to this cover. Designed in Demark, produced in Lithuania.  This cover is terrific because it is trim and soft. It works wonderfully over thick and thirsty diapers.  Formerly called LANA, now called LANACare.

X-Small up to 7 lbs
Small 7 - 13lbs
Medium 13 - 20lbs
Large 20 - 30lbs



Freaky Farms Wool Wash

These delightful soaps are hand-crafted locally at Freaky Farms in small batches by loving hands. They contain only saponified organic oils and a well proportioned dollop of lanolin to keep your wool properly lanolized and in tip-top shape.Their liquid soaps are specially blended to remain emulsified. Their scented soaps' distinctive aromas are created using only organically grown essential oils.

Freaky Farms, "a small outpost of sanity in West Georgia", is Annie and Jeff, a husband and wife team who are trained as mental health counselors. "As part of our life's mission to create a more sane world we decided to start with ourselves. We enjoy taking care of our goats, chickens, and garden - and of course making wonderful soaps."

Use 1 tablespoon of liquid in a basin of luke warm water. That will wash more than one cover. You could use less, about a teaspoon for a single cover. Swish the liquid soap around in the water then add the cover. Not too much aggitation. Let sit/soak for about 20 minutes then gently squeeze to remove extra moisture and lay flat to dry.

Remember: Rinse first for better stain removal. Don't rinse after the lanolin soak. Don't use too much agitation or water which is too hot.

coconut oil; soybean oil; lanolin; potassium hydroxide; distilled water; and borax

2 oz bottle   $10

4 oz bottle   $18

8 oz bottle   $25


LANA Organic Wool Breastfeeding Pads

LANACare Softline Pure Organic Woolen Breastfeeding Pads:  Every nursing mother wants breastfeeding to be a positive experience for her and her baby. These incredibly soft and soothingly comfortable organic nursing pads provide the best conditions for successful breastfeeding.

  • Most women need only 2 pairs for the entire nursing period. When one pair feels wet, let it dry while wearing the second pair. Lanolin's cleansing properties keep the wool fresh and hygenic.
  • The wool can absorb up to 40% of its weight without feeling wet. When the pads do feel wet, they're warm, not cold and clammy as with cotton or disposable pads.
  • Your skin is kept dry and able to breathe, allowing sore nipples to heal.
  • Scandinavian midwives have, for centuries, advised mothers to protect their breasts from wind and cold to prevent plugged ducts and mastitis. Larger sizes give protective coverage over a greater portion of the breast.
  • When needed, wash by hand in lukewarm water with mild hair shampoo, alternating with LANACare 20% Lanolin-Soap. LANACare’s lanolin-replenishing soap has a much higher lanolin content than most other wool-washes and will keep your pads feeling soft and soothing.
  • X-Small (12 cm – 5 in.)- A or B cup – most comparable in size to disposables, just a tad larger.
  • Small (15 cm – 6 in.) – B, C or D cup – most commonly recommended size – will give full coverage, yet fit inside most bras.
  • Medium (18 cm – 7 in.) – DD or larger