Sleepy Wings can also be worn to prevent a baby from scratching their face and aggravating existing skin conditions such as eczema, heat rash and allergies
Sleepy Wings solves the problem of how to avoid overheating a babies torso area which can flare up eczema (as the fabric design doesn’t cross over the chest) and can also stop bubs from directly scratching and further irritating their skin condition
“I recently met you at the Sydney Toddler and Baby show, and was discussing with you whether your wings may or may not help to stop my daughter from scratching her eczema.
I am VERY pleased to report back that your wings are simply brilliant. I put them on her so that her arms are down and not up. I find putting them on a wriggly baby quite simple, and it doesn’t distress her to have them put on or taken off. One of the things that I was worried about would be that she would be ‘restrained’ by having her arms pinned to her side; thankfully this isn’t the case, and she can move her arms freely. still managing to suck her fingers when she wants to.
Just as a side point, and I have thought this for quite some time; that her night waking was due to her scratching and hurting herself because she would often cry during the night, and I would find her bleeding. Now that she isn’t scratching, she has 12 uninterrupted hours of sleep overnight. Now that was an unexpected bonus!
So I want to thank you so much. I have absolute piece of mind, that while she is in the cot, she isn’t hurting herself with those sharp little fingernails.
I have already been, and wlil continue to recommend your wings. Well done on making such an easy to use, and practical product!
All the best,