The Health Benefits of a Sheepskin Rug

The Health Benefits of a Sheepskin Rug
April 9, 2018 Pamela Smith
The Health Benefits Of A Sheepskin Rug

Sheepskin rugs are arguably the ultimate in natural luxury home furnishings. They look amazing and last for years and years. Interestingly, they also have a number of health benefits. In this article, we look at why your sheepskin rug is beneficial to your health.

Sheepskin Rugs Wick Moisture

You may not have realised it, but sheepskin rugs have the most wonderful moisture-wicking qualities. They can actively absorb water without even feeling wet. In fact, wool can carry as much as a third of its weight in moisture before it feels damp. If you’re sleeping in a warm climate, doing so on a sheepskin rug can make you feel far more comfortable.

Sheepskin Rugs are Supportive

Due to their naturally-crimped fibres, a sheepskin rug actively cushions your body and absorbs pressure when you’re lying on one. If you tend to suffer from physical aches and pains, a sheepskin rug can be a great help in alleviating these.

Sheepskin Rugs Help Regulate Body Temperature

Wool has natural temperature-regulating properties. So, a sheepskin rug aids in increasing heat when it’s cold and increasing cold when it’s hot. This can promote good blood circulation in adults. It’s also a wonderful help in terms of regulating the temperature of new-born babies.

The Health Benefits of a Sheepskin Rug

Sheepskin Rugs Soothe Your Skin

Sheepskin rugs contain lanolin that’s kind to your skin, particularly when it’s inflamed or sensitive.

Sheepskin Rugs Deter Bacteria

Sheepskin is naturally resistant to bed bugs, dust mites and mould growth. It draws any excess moisture away from you skin, so bacteria are less likely to grow. Sheepskin is breathable, allowing air to circulate around you when you lie on your rug. You can also wash most sheepskin rugs to keep them perfectly clean.

So, if you’ve been thinking of buying yourself a fluffy new sheepskin rug, what are you waiting for? Come visit us at Eagle Wools!

Pamela Smith and her husband Michael Smith have been involved with Eagle Wools for over 30 years. They have a true passion for everything Australian.
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