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Sheepskin – Hypoallergenic Means to Have a Decreased (Less, Not None) Tendency to Cause Allergies

Choosing sheepskin wool over synthetic fibers

Sheepskin wool is hypoallergenic meaning it is has decreased tendency to cause allergy reactions for allergy sufferers. Hypo means less, not none.

Sheep skin Wool fibers are so resilient and elastic that it can be bent 30,000 times without danger of breaking or damage. Every sheepskin wool fiber has a natural elasticity and wave or crimp that allows it to be stretched as much as one-third and then spring back into place. It has complex cellular structure which enables it to absorb moisture vapor, but repel liquid. No synthetic fiber has been able to combine all of these characteristics. This is why sheepskin wool is so comfortable in cooler temperatures, it warms with a layer of dry insulating air next to the skin. Warmer temperatures the wool absorbs the sweat and insulates the dry air next to the skin, keeping the skin dry.

Sheepskin wool garments, like Sheepskin slippers, gloves, moccasins, and home decorations, like sheepskin rugs, sheepskin pillows, sheepskin toys are a great investment. Since wool fibers resist piling, snagging, and breaking, wool garments typically outlast synthetic garments. Because of its unique properties, Sheepskin wool has many other uses besides clothing: blankets and rugs. Wool can be used to clean up oil and chemical spills.

Wool is the only fiber that naturally resists flaming. Unlike many artificial fibers which melt and stick to the skin when on fire, wool usually smolders or chars instead of bursting into flame. Although wool will burn under intense fire, it normally self-extinguishes when the flame source is removed. You will be glad you invested in sheepskin products.

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