Our luxurious range of sheepskin products is specially designed to help you keep your baby comfortable all day long. Our products include baby footwear and booties, footmuffs, pram liners and sheepskin play rugs which are ideal for both rest or play.
Providing your baby with a sense of security and comfort is one of the most important responsibilities a parent has, and in turn, ensures better and longer sleeping patterns allowing your baby to develop and grow. Few materials have the natural softness and warmth of sheepskin. It is comforting, secure, and makes baby feel loved and at home.
Sheepskin is a natural material that has been proven to promote wellbeing for babies. It is both insulating and temperature regulating, keeping your baby cool in the summer and warm in the winter, making it perfect for year-round use.
Sheepskin is strong and durable; it also has a natural bacteria repellent, making it easy to clean and maintain. Our products only natural dyes in the tanning process meaning that our sheepskin products are kind to you and your baby’s skin too.
Is sheepskin comfortable for babies?
Sheepskin is naturally soft and fluffy, making it a comfortable and cosy material for babies to lie on. Its natural texture also provides a gentle massage effect, which can soothe and relax babies.
Is sheepskin too warm for babies?
Sheepskin is a breathable material that helps to regulate temperature and humidity. This can help prevent babies from overheating and sweating, which can lead to discomfort and skin irritations.
Is sheepskin good for babies' with sensitive skin?
Sheepskin is a natural material that is hypoallergenic and resistant to allergens such as dust mites and mould. This makes it a safe and healthy choice for babies with allergies or sensitive skin
Do sheepskin babycare products last long?
Sheepskin is a durable material that can withstand regular use and washing. This makes it a practical choice for baby products that need to withstand frequent use and wear.
Can babies be allergic to sheepskin?
While sheepskin is generally considered hypoallergenic, some babies may still be allergic to it. Sheepskin is a natural material and some babies may have an allergic reaction to the lanolin or other proteins found in the sheepskin. If you suspect that your baby may be allergic to sheepskin, it's important to consult a doctor. They can perform an allergy test to determine the cause of the symptoms and provide appropriate treatment.