Your bedroom can be a haven for dust mites and other allergens. In fact, it’s estimated that the average bed has around 10,000 dust mites living in it. So if you suffer from allergies it may be a good idea to invest in anti-allergy bedding.

Anti-Allergy Bedding

Anti-allergy bedding will protect your bedding against allergens, dust mites, bed bugs, bacteria, fluids and perspiration.

We have gathered together a few anti-allergy products that we recommend to help you get an allergy free night’s sleep.

Duvets

Allersafe Premium Anti-Allergy Duvet available in 4.5, 10.5 and 13.5 tog.The Allersafe Premium Anti-Allergy Duvet combines allergy relief with luxurious bedroom comfort. The specially developed filling prevents the growth of dust mites within the duvet itself.

Allersafe Premium Anti-Allergy 4.0 Tog Cot Bed Duvet ensures your little ones are safe and protected from allergens when you tuck them in at night.The specially developed filling prevents the growth of dust mites and the duvet is also luxuriously comfortable.

 Protectors and Encasements

The luxurious feel of the Allersafe Anti-Allergy Quilted Mattress Protector will ensure you’re not compromising on comfort to protect yourself from allergens. As with the anti-allergy duvet, the specially designed filling will prevent the growth of dust mites within the mattress protector.

Allersafe Anti Bed Bug & Allergy Pillow Encasement Tencel® Premium blocks all dust mites, bed bugs, mould and other mattress allergens. This Allersafe Pillow Encasement is breathable and washable, and will ensure you a quality night’s sleep. Tencel® fibre is more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk and cooler than linen.

A selection of our Allersafe products have been awarded Allergy UK’s Seal of Approval.

For more information and advice about allergies and other sleep issues, visit the SlumberSlumber sleep clinic

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