For hundreds of years mothers have wrapped their babies in lambswool to keep them warm and dry.
Today using lambskin as bedding is a modern application of this age-old wisdom.
The lamb after all needs a coat to keep it warm in winter and cool in summer,
that will resist wet and dirt, and be thick and luxurious without being too heavy.
All of these wonderful properties that protect the lamb can give the same comfort to your baby.
The secret lies in the porous structure of wool, the elasticity of wool,
the ability of wool to absorb and evaporate moisture,
as well as the mesh of wool fibres that create air pockets that ensure excellent thermal isolation.