It’s not unusual for babies to spend most of their waking hours curled up on their mothers chest, but now, a new study has shown that a new generation of women is using bio fabrics as their first source of baby comfort.
With the help of a few simple, eco-friendly tricks, the study found that nearly half of the women surveyed were now using the fabric in their own homes.
As the baby gets older, the baby’s clothing will also start to wear out.
The research team found that the use of bio fabrics can save babies’ lives.
“This is not an ‘after-baby wash’,” says co-author, Professor Anurag Thakur, an associate professor of environmental health sciences at the University of Western Australia.
“The fabric is used as an essential first-aid measure to maintain the baby during pregnancy, and then as an additional layer of protection after the birth.”
The study was published in the International Journal of Environmental Science & Technology.
The findings have a lot of implications for women’s health and comfort, Thakurs research suggests.
For one, it suggests that the first-line first aid measures that babies need, like wearing a crib cover, could become more common, and more sustainable, in the future.
“It is a very promising technology for baby protection,” says Thakura.
Bio fabrics are an affordable, easy-to-use material that’s made from plants that absorb water and produce a substance that absorbs bacteria and pollutants.
They are generally less harmful to babies than traditional fabric.
It also means they are not as expensive as traditional cloth diapers.
Bio cloths have been used to make baby blankets, baby beds, baby blankets with baby blankets on top, baby clothes, baby wipes, baby gloves, baby bottles, baby shampoo, baby soap, baby toothbrushes, baby sheets, baby towels, baby pillows, baby toys and baby blankets.
And they are also a good choice for babies with respiratory issues, particularly if they are born with an enlarged head.
“They can be used to help protect infants with breathing problems or other breathing issues like asthma,” Thakuria says.
But there are also safety concerns.
Bio fabric has a lot to do with how babies’ bodies work.
It has a special place in babies’ digestive tracts, which can lead to an increase in the amount of bacteria present in their guts.
That can lead, for example, to allergies and allergies can cause inflammation in the baby.
“If you have a baby with an allergy or allergy symptoms, you need to do a lot more research on whether it’s a bio cloth, or not,” Thakes says.
For infants, a bio-fabric blanket can be a lifesaver.
“I think a bio fabric blanket is an extremely important thing to do because babies are not going to sleep in a bed or on their stomach, and they’re going to need a bit of extra protection,” Thaks says.
Thakuru says that bio fabrics are also great for babies.
“We know that there’s an increased risk of respiratory infections among babies,” she says.
“So it makes sense to use a bio blanket to protect them from that.”
Bio fabrics have been on the market for years, but they haven’t been widely used.
Bio clothing is a unique way to help babies stay warm.
While traditional cloths can be drying and scratchy, bio fabrics absorb moisture well.
“A lot of people think that bio cloths are drying, but it’s actually the opposite,” Thakera says.
Bio-fabrics absorb the moisture of the baby, and can be washed down with a gentle stream of baby soap.
Bio garments also have many of the same health benefits as traditional clothes, but without the cost.
“These fabrics are so low in materials, so you don’t need a lot in the space of a cloth diaper or an infant diaper,” Thaka says.
So why are bio fabrics used in babies?
“Bio fabrics are great for protecting babies from bacteria, but you also need to know the health and safety of the bio-fiber,” Thakin says.
To learn more about bio cloth products, visit the Bio Fabric Manufacturers Association website.