For more than 800 years, the sheep shearers of West Yorkshire have had exceptionally soft hands. But it was only relatively recently, in the 1930s, that local pharmacist Fred Mitchell created a soap using the natural lanolin of wool fat as a key ingredient to help soothe delicate complexions and sensitive skin. Instantly popular in West Yorkshire, Mitchell's gentle soap was soon in great demand throughout the British Isles, and is often recommended by physicians to help alleviate certain skin complaints. Wash your hands with it. Smell its fresh aroma. Take a luxurious bath. You'll be pleased. Set of 3 large, bath-size bars, 5 1/4 ounces each, individually wrapped in a gift box.