Baby Dan Lamb skin can be used from birth in the cradle and in the car seat and even on the stroller, when the child is older.
Putting the baby on the lamb skin from the very first days of life promotes its healthy and correct development (lamb skin can in fact be of great help to babies born prematurely and very in need of heat).
Baby Dan Lamb skin is perfect all year round. It is a 100% natural lambskin comforter that keeps your baby warm in cold weather and cool in the summer.
Lamb leathers are machine washable and completely sterilized. They can be used as a play mat, stroller cover, cradle or lining and as a baby blanket.
Baby Dan Lamb Skin is treated exclusively with environmentally friendly substances. The sheep and lambs are bred in places without pollution and do not undergo any pesticide baths.
It is a very ancient device for the well-being of babies, as it gives warmth and protection.
The skins, then, are not subjected to any whitening, degreasing or chemical suppression treatment of the odors but are subjected exclusively to the Relugan medicinal tanning which makes them washable and slightly yellowish.
This ensures that they retain the very high lanolin content which makes them antibacterial and self-cleaning.
For this reason, if the skin gets wet with urine it does not necessarily have to be washed but can be regenerated with exposure to air. By ventilating, beating and brushing it, its self-cleaning characteristics are completely regenerated.
If necessary, however, the leather can be washed by hand or in a washing machine with a gentle wash cycle (perhaps with additional rinses). We recommend using Wool Shampoo as a detergent that preserves the high content of lanolin.
It is sufficient to protect it with a sheet or simply place a pillowcase under the face of the newborn.
Lambskin is suitable for all seasons:
– warm in winter: lambskin has the extraordinary virtue of restoring body heat to ours
baby keeping it isolated from the cold.
–fresh in summer: the wool fibers have the unique characteristic of absorbing up to 33% of them
weight in moisture (against 8% of cotton fiber).