You’ve probably heard everyone talking about how great merino wool is, but if you’re not sure how exactly this natural fabric can help you and your baby, we are here to clear that for you.

Here are some cool facts about merino wool that made us fall in love with it and create ISARA Warm Clever Cover, 100% Virgin Merino Wool, soft and cozy, just wonderful for your baby’s comfort in autumn chilly weather or spring nights.

🧶It’s natural

It is so wonderful to have another natural alternative to synthetic fiber! Merino wool is a natural, renewable fiber, one merino sheep growing four to five pounds of wool per year.

🧶It Regulates body’s temperature

Given the breathing qualities of the fabric, it keeps the body temperature constant. When it’s cold outside, the natural crimps and bends in its fibers trap air, insulating your baby. When it’s warm outside, it transports sweat quickly away from the skin, helping to keep your baby cool and dry.

🧶It’s soft and comfortable

Merino wool fiber is really thick, only ⅓  the diameter of a human hair. It bends softly against the skin, so there will be no itching feeling for your baby.

🧶It absorbs odor

Merino wool traps smell and doesn’t let any odor come out, so it doesn’t need to be washed so often, we all know how hard it is to keep everything clean when you have a curious baby 😛

🧶It protects against UPF

We want to keep our baby in nature’s loving nest as much as we can, but we also need to protect them from radiation. Merino wool blocks the sun’s harmful rays, having UPF 20+.

🧶It’s hypoallergenic

Nowadays allergies are a real mood-killer for a parent, so the fact that merino wool reduces adult and infant eczema symptoms higher than other fibers is a great plus!

🧶It’s durable

Merino wool fiber is 6 times stronger than cotton fiber, that is definitely a helper when your child tends to bend and twist everything he gets his little hands on!

 

We know, all these facts make merino wool an amazing fabric, indispensable in a parent’s life! Along with cotton, wool is a great friend to have, that keeps our body connected to mother nature, in the urban environment we live in!

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