We are often asked how our natural sheepskin products are made and whether they are ethically sourced. We supply sheepskin (predominantly Merino wool) from a range of manufacturers alongside our own brand and whilst there are some slight variations, they all comply with the standards that make them safe for your baby.
Which brand of sheepskin is best for my baby ? Shorn, long, pale, woolly, which chemicals are used ? In this blog we provide a quick run down of the baby safe brands of lambskin and answer some of the questions you might have around how each one differs.
Is sheepskin safe for baby and are any harmful chemicals used in the tanning process? This blog will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed choice about which sheepskin is safe for your baby
Want to know how sheepskin can keep baby cool over the summer ? This blog has hints and tips on keeping your little one cool and will help you understand how the thermostatic qualities of sheepskin keep baby warm in winter and cool in summer
Caring for the Earth’s natural resources is important when you are looking to make a sustainable and ethical purchase. For a textile to be truly sustainable it must use minimal land and water during its production, should not have added chemicals, be renewable and biodegradable.
Have you ever wondered which is best – sheepskin or lambskin, or even considered the difference between the two? The first factor to be aware of is that the terms sheepskin and lambskin are often used interchangeably. This is for a number of reasons – and not least that people searching on the internet are much more likely to use the term sheepskin. Many retailers use both terms, or use the term sheepskin over lambskin as they are much more likely to be found on an internet search.