Un-baa-lievable beauty brand Ewe Care is harvesting the benefits of Awassi sheep milk
A good skincare routine can mean the difference between a good day and a bad one. It’s a bold statement, sure, but hear us out – when your complexion is clear and glowing, you’re as happy as those Disney princesses who prance around while singing to cartoon birds. When your skin is dull, dry or just generally sad, your mood follows suit. One happiness-inducing skincare product worth checking out is Ewe Care, a sheep-milk skincare range born from an Australian sheep dairy farm.
Handcrafted in Tasmania by family-owned-and-operated farm Grandvewe, Ewe Care’s range of sustainable day and night creams are made from locally harvested Awassi sheep milk. This untapped beauty ingredient, which is traditionally reserved for cheesemaking, is naturally rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E as well as boasting anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. To create the nourishing skincare products, the sheep milk is combined with other native botanicals only available in Tasmania, such as Cape Grim water, Fucoidan kelp extract, coastal tea tree oil and Tasmanian pepperberry. The result is a complexion-softening day cream and a deeply hydrating night cream that helps fight against ageing, dehydration and skin conditions such as eczema.
Committed to minimising single-use plastic waste and wanting to lend a helping hand to the environment, Ewe Care uses 100-percent home compostable packaging across its entire range – solid effort! The brand’s creams are housed in refillable and handcrafted ceramic vessels that will last the long haul – and they are super aesthetic, too! You herd it here first, folks. Ewe Care is well worth putting in your bathroom cabinet. To shop the range, head here.