Recent research! Babies sleeping on wool are calmer compared to babies sleeping on cotton

06.09.2017
Recent research! Babies sleeping on wool are calmer compared to babies sleeping on cotton

According to recent research in the sleep patterns of infants it’s documented that babies sleeping on wool are calmer compared to babies sleeping on cotton.

67% of the babies sleeping on cotton woke up crying compared to 30% of the babies sleeping on wool. The graph shows the average time of sleep in or on different types of materials. Source: Woolmark & University of Sydney – Australia

 

Unlike regular sheep who chew grass in the lowlands, the merino is built to survive the scorching summers and freezing winters of New Zealand’s rugged Southern Alps range.

Merino wool is extremely soft and does not itch.

 

    • Wool absorbs moisture and will keep your child dry, protecting to get cold.

    • With it’s unique isolating qualities it naturally regulates the body temperature. 

 

  • It is very important for the skin to be a natural material because the artificial material is absorbed by sweating through the skin gradually through the body. Just as applying the natural cream to your skin, it is important that the fabrics against your skin are as natural as possible.

    Children, who are sweating in the yard while playing in the yard, should wear natural material clothes.

    Merino Wool is flexible due to its naturally unique structure, which helps the fabric to maintain its shape and quality.

So why is merino wool best for your child?

  • Gives warmth, even when clothes are wet and retains insulating properties

    Suitable for all types of outerwear, transporting moisture quickly to the next layers of clothing, ensuring even moisture and warmth.

    Does not itch, the merino wool fibers are much thinner than ordinary woolen wool.

    It will not smell like an unpleasant smell. It takes a little less than a minute to refresh.

    Easy to maintain, can be washed in a washing machine. Please take care with the wool care instructions

     

Merino wool is 100% natural and very environmentally friendly - waste wool will decompose in a short time and it will affect nature like natural fertilizer.

 it is not full of chemicals and repels dust.

Merino wool is the opposite of synthetic materials - the active fibers of the merino skin respond to our body temperature. This means that the seaweed helps keep the temperature cool and warm with cold and does not sweat.

Self-cleaning and water-repellant properties of merino wool revent the growth of bacteria and the formation of unpleasant odors.

If a product gets a stain, then deal with it immediately! The longer you wait for cleaning, the more likely it is that the stain does not come out anymore.

Wool products get somewhat fibrous. How much and how fast it depends on how well the product is stored. This is not considered a fault or a defect in the product!

 

From Scandikids, you can find the bigest range of Merino-based products from the Danish brand Joha