In celebration of Organic Week Aotearoa, we are sharing our top Nature Baby picks and the benefits of buying organic for your little ones.
Organic cotton is fine, soft and strong. It is the ideal fabric for a baby's sensitive skin as it is grown and processed without the use of harmful chemicals. So you can be rest assured you are getting the purest product for your baby.
Nature Baby uses organic cotton to create their adorable pieces. Organic cotton is extremely sturdy and well wearing - it is also made from the higher graded and longer fibres of cotton. This helps in a garment keeping its shape and makes them less likely to get holes. The fabric also isn't treated with an harmful chemicals, meaning the fibres are stronger.
Made from the purest organic cotton, you can be assured that each cotton Nature Baby piece is created from the highest quality fabric and will keep your child warm and comfortable.
Pure Merino Wool
Nature Baby's pure New Zealand merino wool is a perfect fabric for babies. It insulates, absorbs body moisture, breathes and is soft and non-irritating. This is very important for babies who still have fragile temperature mechanisms. Medical research at Cambridge University showed that lambswool has a soothing, swaddling effect on babies, resulting in better sleep, reduced stress, greater contentment and improved weight gain. Studies showing similar results were reported in the British Medical Journal, Lancet, and the Australian Medical Journal. Lying directly on lambswool decreases a baby's activity rate, producing a deeper, more restful sleep, and promoting a faster growth rate.
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