Why Natural Sheepskin?

Unlike leather, sheepskin is tanned with the fleece intact, as in a pelt. This natural resource is much more resilient and comfortable than any synthetic or woven material. It’s becoming trendy again as a piece of luxury in today’s hectic and demanding lifestyle. Check out the amazing power of natural sheepskin in below. You’ll find it great for any season of the year.

Smooth & Gentle

Sheepskin is gentle on your skin because it contains lanolin (wool fat), a basic substance similar to that found in human skin. The natural lanolin provides a luxuriously soft feel against your skin and greatly improves the quality of life for those confined to one position for long periods of time.

Also, the outer layer of protein on a fiber of wool is very smooth, making it easy for sheepskin fibers to move against each other and accommodate movement. They don’t cause friction on the skin like normal fabrics do. Friction irritates the skin and causes sores to develop.

Flame-retardant

Because of its naturally high nitrogen and water content, wool requires more oxygen than is available in the air to become flammable. It is accordingly an excellent fiber when it comes to fire safety. When it burns, it does not melt, drip or stick to the skin. Furthermore, wool produces less smoke and toxic gas than synthetic fibers because of its cross-linked cell membrane structure.

In a lab test, natural sheepskin was ignited by a lighter. The smell was similar to burnt hair odor, which indicated the prime essence of the sheepskin. Our pure natural sheepskin would eventually become clusters which could be crushed into powder; thus, feeling crispy. In other words, the results of burnt skin revealed the nature and purity.

 

Ultra Durable

Though genuine sheepskin tend to cost more than any other fabric or textile, they more than make up for the difference with their increased durability. When sheepskins are properly cared for, they can last for decades.

Self Cleaning

Sheepskin is naturally anti-bacterial. This is due to the lanolin content. As wool becomes moist, some of the lanolin converts to lanolin-soap, which helps keep the fabric hygienically clean and free of bacteria. Combining this with its self cleaning powers, makes you understand how people can wear the same wool shirt for 40 days sailing on a yacht and never smell…pretty much a miracle.

The outer layer of Sheepskin fiber unlike our hair is an overlapping of tiny little scales, like fish or shingles on a roof. These scales also play a part in self cleaning as the scales rub against each other and push off dirt. Because sheepskin is naturally dirt resistant, it rarely needs washing – a quick wipe down is fine.

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Smooth & Gentle

Sheepskin is gentle on your skin because it contains lanolin (wool fat), a basic substance similar to that found in human skin. The natural lanolin provides a luxuriously soft feel against your skin and greatly improves the quality of life for those confined to one position for long periods of time.

Also, the outer layer of protein on a fiber of wool is very smooth, making it easy for sheepskin fibers to move against each other and accommodate movement. They don’t cause friction on the skin like normal fabrics do. Friction irritates the skin and causes sores to develop.

Flame-retardant

Because of its naturally high nitrogen and water content, wool requires more oxygen than is available in the air to become flammable. It is accordingly an excellent fiber when it comes to fire safety. When it burns, it does not melt, drip or stick to the skin. Furthermore, wool produces less smoke and toxic gas than synthetic fibers because of its cross-linked cell membrane structure.

In a lab test, natural sheepskin was ignited by a lighter. The smell was similar to burnt hair odor, which indicated the prime essence of the sheepskin. Our pure natural sheepskin would eventually become clusters which could be crushed into powder; thus, feeling crispy. In other words, the results of burnt skin revealed the nature and purity.

 

Ultra Durable

Though genuine sheepskin tend to cost more than any other fabric or textile, they more than make up for the difference with their increased durability. When sheepskins are properly cared for, they can last for decades.

Self Cleaning

Sheepskin is naturally anti-bacterial. This is due to the lanolin content. As wool becomes moist, some of the lanolin converts to lanolin-soap, which helps keep the fabric hygienically clean and free of bacteria. Combining this with its self cleaning powers, makes you understand how people can wear the same wool shirt for 40 days sailing on a yacht and never smell…pretty much a miracle.

The outer layer of Sheepskin fiber unlike our hair is an overlapping of tiny little scales, like fish or shingles on a roof. These scales also play a part in self cleaning as the scales rub against each other and push off dirt. Because sheepskin is naturally dirt resistant, it rarely needs washing – a quick wipe down is fine.

Outstanding Warmth ( Warm In Winter)

Sheep’s furry and dense wool protects you from the cold by forming what’s called a “boundary layer.” This happens as cold air hits the surface of sheepskin and the molecules cause friction. Because sheepskin is naturally thicker than any other fabrics, its “boundary layer” is exponentially bigger. In addition, the wool diverts the air; this effect improves the sheepskin’s insulation potential.

Sheep’s wool holds body heat in winter’s worst. This is what fur is innately designed to do. As your body creates heat, it is prone to letting that heat loose, which ends in your feeling colder faster. Genuine sheepskin dampen that natural process, so it’s easier for you to hold on to your body heat and feel warmer while you’re out in the cold.

Excess Moisture Wicking (Cool In Summer)

The two outer layers of sheepskin have tiny little pores which allow moisture to pass through to the keratin core, which absorbs it. The fiber is in high hygroscopic which means it can easily absorb and release moisture. The effect is that any perspiration is quickly absorbed by the fibers and released seven times faster than synthetics, having a cooling effect rather than becoming moist and smelly. It effortlessly keep your body dry and cool.

Sheepskin can absorb up to 33% of its own weight in moisture. This ability to cut down on moisture makes it useful for skin irritations including rashes, itchy skin and eczema. And That’s how it deals with bedsores.

Resilient & Supportive

The natural structure of wool fibers gives it its soft and springy quality. These, in turn, distribute the weight of the body and reduce the stress on the pressure points. This is a crucial factor in avoiding bedsores.

The millions of natural springy resilient fibers form a cushion under the body. These fibers do not flatten like man-made fiber blankets. This allows you to turn and change a position easily when resting on the natural fibers. It prevents pressure points, and creates “give” to ensure easy movements.

Doesn't Shed Nor Deform Easily

Shearling sheepskin wool does not easily shed, especially for seat covers, rollers covers, garment and footwear liner, because it’s naturally attached to the skin. It’s not woven and brushed up just like wool pile fabric. Sheepskin wool is embedded into the leather to make it naturally resist snags, tears, wrinkles, soiling and pilling. However, proper use and care are necessary to keep wool attached firmly.

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Outstanding Warmth ( Warm In Winter)

Sheep’s furry and dense wool protects you from the cold by forming what’s called a “boundary layer.” This happens as cold air hits the surface of sheepskin and the molecules cause friction. Because sheepskin is naturally thicker than any other fabrics, its “boundary layer” is exponentially bigger. In addition, the wool diverts the air; this effect improves the sheepskin’s insulation potential.

Sheep’s wool holds body heat in winter’s worst. This is what fur is innately designed to do. As your body creates heat, it is prone to letting that heat loose, which ends in your feeling colder faster. Genuine sheepskin dampen that natural process, so it’s easier for you to hold on to your body heat and feel warmer while you’re out in the cold.

Excess Moisture Wicking (Cool In Summer)

The two outer layers of sheepskin have tiny little pores which allow moisture to pass through to the keratin core, which absorbs it. The fiber is in high hygroscopic which means it can easily absorb and release moisture. The effect is that any perspiration is quickly absorbed by the fibers and released seven times faster than synthetics, having a cooling effect rather than becoming moist and smelly. It effortlessly keep your body dry and cool.

Sheepskin can absorb up to 33% of its own weight in moisture. This ability to cut down on moisture makes it useful for skin irritations including rashes, itchy skin and eczema. And That’s how it deals with bedsores.

Resilient & Supportive

The natural structure of wool fibers gives it its soft and springy quality. These, in turn, distribute the weight of the body and reduce the stress on the pressure points. This is a crucial factor in avoiding bedsores.

The millions of natural springy resilient fibers form a cushion under the body. These fibers do not flatten like man-made fiber blankets. This allows you to turn and change a position easily when resting on the natural fibers. It prevents pressure points, and creates “give” to ensure easy movements.

Doesn't Shed Nor Deform Easily

Shearling sheepskin wool does not easily shed, especially for seat covers, roller covers, garment and footwear liner, because it’s naturally attached to the skin. It’s not woven and brushed up just like wool pile fabric. Sheepskin wool is embedded into the leather to make it naturally resist snags, tears, wrinkles, soiling and pilling. However, proper use and care are necessary to keep wool attached firmly.