Organic Merino Lambswool Plush Sleeping Bag
Size: 6 - 12 months approx
Length: 70 cm approx
This is the ultimate baby sleeping bag. Made of Organic Merino Lambswool Plush, it is wonderfully soft and snuggley for your little one. It provides excellent freedom of movement and will keep your baby warm at all times.
The outside of the sleeping bag is merino lambswool fleece, whilst the inside is merino lambswool plush. The plush is luxuriously thick, guaranteed to keep your little one at the ideal temperature.
It has a zipper running the full length of the garment, and right around the bottom, making it very easy to put on a sleepy baby! It can be fully opened up to create a pad for baby to lie on, or a blanket. It secures at the top with buttons at the shoulders. It won't get kicked off so your know your little one will stay snug all night.
This garment can be handwashed, or machine washed on a gentle wool cycle.
Merino wool is made of the same substance that human skin is made of - keratin so it doesn't itch! Merino wool is significantly finer than traditional sheeps wool and feels more like silk.
Wool is great for temperature control – it's warm in cool weather, and cool when it's warm. Its fibres form pockets of air which insulate you naturally. Your baby will stay dry with wool and won’t feel damp or chilled because wool wicks moisture away from their body.
Choosing to buy organic products makes a big difference to the planet, wildlife, animal welfare, and ultimately, ourselves.
The organic farms that produce our cotton and other fibres work with nature using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture.
Animal welfare is paramount to the organic system. Organic standards for animal products are unparallelled - happy animals produce a better product.
Why Organic Merino Wool?
Merino wool is significantly finer than traditional sheep's wool and feels more like silk. Wool is resistant to bacteria, mold, and mildew, which trigger reactions in some people. Wool is hypoallergenic – people with sensitivities to chemically produced synthetics can sleep easily with pure wool
Wool is dust mite repellant – dust mites need moisture to survive. Wool evaporates moisture quickly and is inhospitable to dust mites. Fecal matter produced by the millions of dust mites living in bedding is one the leading triggers for asthma attacks. This is wonderful news for children and adults with allergies and asthma.