Satin Crib Sheets for Baby, Yea or Nay?

While many adults think satin sheets are the only way to go for a good night’s sleep, what about baby? Little Giraffe has released their new satin Moroccan Crib Sheets in pink and blue ($45), which would allow you to pass along the comfort to baby.

Satin Crib Sheets

What do you think? Pure luxury or overly indulgent?

3 Comments

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    Although they are pricey, I think they’re an investment if you want to prevent infant hair loss from the constant rubbing against cotton sheets which zaps moisture from hair, making it dry & brittle. Silk or satin prevents this type of hair loss. I am in & out of the hospital frequently & I’ve noticed a very drastic difference between sleeping on cotton pillows & bedsheets. I wake with my hair covering the pillowcase in the hospital. Vs no breakage on my satin pillowcase at home.

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    Satin sheets are usually used for Afro hair as it helps prevent frizz. I don’t see it as a luxury item, I see it as cultural.

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    Tim & Tam have launched a range of satin fitted sheets and pillowcases for babies and toddlers! They are amazing and the results have been great on my little ones hair and eczema prone skin! Worth trying out if you want to save hour little ones hair or if your baby has eczema or other sensitive skin conditions. The products you add stays on and isn’t absorbed by the satin. The smooth surface also doesn’t irritate the skin further like normal cotton.

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