It is quite important to choose the right blanket for our little ones. The blankets should be soft and comfortable and should not irritate the baby’s sensitive skin. Bamboo blankets are soft and cosy and made from 100% Bamboo. They are soft and light, yet as warm as lightweight wool. Won’t rasp baby’s skin and easy for baby to stroke. Perfect for the cot, just the right size to wrap around baby as they nod off to sleep in your arms, and a great throw for mum or dad when they have to sit beside the cot.
The bamboo blanket is gaining in popularity for many and varying reasons.
Firstly, compared to regular blankets, these bamboo blankets are proven to be more sustainable, since bamboo fiber is scientifically stronger than other textile fabrics.
Secondly, baby bamboo blankets contain Kun, a natural antibacterial agent. This means, not only would this type of blanket give your little bundles of joy the warmth and comfort a blanket is supposed to give, it would also keep your infants from the dangers of bacterial infection. It has been proven that this cloth repels bugs, mold, and allergens, and also kills pests. Perfect in keeping your baby away from certain threats to health.
Thirdly, bamboo fabric is extremely soft. Compared to other fabrics to which babies (and people of all ages for that matter) may experience irritating discomfort due to allergies. It is also produced without chemical treatment, which means that there is no sharp spur to irritate your baby's skin.
Fourthly, its excellent wicking ability will pull moisture away from the skin so that it can evaporate. This means that the baby won't sweat while all wrapped up in a blanket.
All the benefits plus bonuses the bamboo blanket provides make this type of blanket REASONABLY popular among mothers. So whether they're used to cover or wrap the baby, cover strollers or car seats as a sunshade, spread on the floor to function as a mat, or used as a place for changing diapers, the bamboo blanket is preferred because of the extra benefits mentioned above!
So the next time we put our baby to sleep, let us reach out for that Bamboo blankie and sing our lullabies away.