The Best Crib Sheets for Eczema

Are you looking for the best crib sheets for baby with eczema? Ensuring your little one has proper bedding for their sensitive skin is an important part of eczema management. It also ensures they get the best sleep possible while staying warm and comfortable. Read on to learn more about finding the best bed sheets for eczema when your baby has sensitive skin. 

Eczema bedding for babies

If your little one has eczema or sensitive skin, choosing the best duvet for eczema becomes extra important. After all, it needs to be breathable enough so that it doesn’t irritate their skin while they are trying to sleep. In addition, because the sheet comes in direct contact with their skin, it’s essential to pick allergy bed coverings that are hypoallergenic and free from toxins or chemicals. This gives them the best chance of a good night’s sleep rather than experiencing dryness or skin inflammation.  

Are anti-allergy duvets worth it?

A common question you may be wondering is whether it’s worth investing in anti-allergy duvet covers or whether anti-allergy pillows are safe. Studies show that anti-allergy bedding is protective against asthma and allergies. If you’ve ever woken up with a stuffy nose, sneezing, or feeling itchy due to pesky dust mites or an annoying bout of hay fever, an anti-allergy cotton duvet may be a good option for you. Made from high-quality materials that are specially designed to protect you from seasonal and household allergies, a hypoallergenic duvet is sure to give you or your baby the peaceful night you deserve. 

Eczema-friendly bedding thread count 

Bedding can be made from a variety of different factors including wool, silk, cotton, TENCEL, and bamboo. When picking your bedding, it’s important to be aware of your atopic dermatitis thread count. Thread count refers to the number of threads (width and length) that make up an inch of woven fabric. It tells us how closely woven the fabric is. In general, the higher the thread count, the softer and cooler the sheet. A typical atopic dermatitis sheet thread count may have a count of 150 compared to more expensive bedding which may have a 500-count. 

What about an anti-sweat duvet?

An anti-sweat duvet is an ideal choice for someone who experiences night sweats. Night sweats are a common problem when you wake up drenched in sweat which can significantly disrupt your sleep pattern. They can be caused by anxiety, menopause, low blood pressure, side effects of medication, the temperature in the room, and improper bedding. If you suffer from night sweats, we recommend an anti-sweat duvet to help you get the rest you deserve. 

Best Crib Sheets for Eczema

Burt’s Bees Baby Crib Sheet

This fitted crib sheet is perfect for babies because it’s super soft to the touch and not irritating. It’s Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified, meaning it is made of at least 95% certified organic fibers. 

California Design Den Store Crib Sheet 

This baby crib fitted sheet is made with organic materials from seed to final product, making it the healthiest choice for your little one’s skin.  Each crib mattress sheet is 300 threads per inch of cuddly softness. 

Coldwind Crib Sheet 

Made with 100% organic cotton, this super soft crib sheet is sure to provide your baby with a safe and comfortable sleeping experience. It’s ultra breathable and features a sweat absorption effect to give your baby the best sleep possible. 

Biloban Store Crib Sheet 

Made with 100% high quality organic cotton, these crib sheets are lightweight, breathable, and silky soft for your baby’s sensitive skin. They also feature a backing layer of waterproof crib sheets to protect the mattress from any water spills or bed-wetting.


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