About Us

Wool Wax Creme was first produced in the state of Washington. It was developed by Margaret Harrison, a pharmacist in the service of the nucleonic division of a contractor. They had requested a protective hand cream for the laboratories who were in the research work. At the request of pharmacists and residents in the area, it was also placed on the market for consumer use.

Since it contains lanolin and has a waxy appearance the product was called Wool Wax Creme. "Formula AT-10", was added to the name of the skin cream to signify that this was the tenth attempt to perfect the formula. Besides lanolin, Wool Wax contains emollients and emulsifying agents.

Wool Wax Creme has never before been advertised. The Wool grower industry, interested in the product because of the name and the use of lanolin, began selling Wool Wax in other states and a nation wide demand was started. Wool Wax is now sold in all 50 states to some degree.

In the fall of 1991, the company was purchased by Isabelle and Gerry Devlin.  The Devlin family owns and operates a working sheep and cattle ranch in Eastern Montana.  In 1998, Marcha Labs was purchased by Ron Devlin who continues to operate the company on the family ranch.


PHONE: (406) 486-5533
FAX: (406) 486-5538
EMAIL: marcha@midrivers.com