If you haven’t yet discovered the miracle of merino base layers, then chances are you haven’t discovered the miracle of being able to send your kids out in all weathers without complaint.
Merino wool is not only lightweight and gentle on the skin, but it regulates body temperature and allows skin to breathe – meaning toasty warm kids in the Winter, but as they don’t sweat, you don’t need to wash merino items as frequently.
Smalls – makers of wonderful merino base layers for little ones – have teamed up with High Wycombe Helping Others to create National Woolly Vest Week (23-29th Jan) encouraging parents to wrap up kids and help others.
For every two vests purchased from Smalls, they will donate a free one to refugees in Syria, Lebanon and Greece.
Emma-Jane Adam, Co-Founder of Smalls explains, “This is one of the coldest times of the year in the UK and we believe that it’s really important to wrap our kids up warm so they can focus on important things like having fun. As we all know, there are unfortunately millions of children around the world, particularly refugees, who simply don’t have the same luxuries that we take for granted everyday. We therefore really wanted to support High Wycombe Helping Others this National Woolly Vest Week because of the amazing, valuable work that they’re doing to help refugees around the world”.
Find out more at Love My Smalls.