This dust mite allergy pillow cover is made from cotton, so it’s great for those who prefer natural fibres. A comfortable, breathable, 100% cotton pillow encasement that doesn’t use synthetics to reduce dust mite exposure. The average pore size of our tightly woven cotton is 4.91 microns (one-millionth of a metre). Research has shown that fabric with a pore size less than 10 microns blocks dust mite and other common household allergens*.
Tightly Woven 100% Cotton Dust Mite Allergy Pillow Cover Allows Air Flow but Blocks the Passage of Dust Mites & Allergens From Your Pillow to You.
It’s hard work to wash a pillow; they’re bulky and dry slowly. It’s much easier to wash an anti-dust mite pillow cover instead. 100% Cotton pillow covers allow the best airflow, while still preventing the dust mites, dust mite allergens, most moulds, bed bugs & cat allergens that live in your pillow from reaching the skin and airways of hay fever sufferers.
- 100% pure, breathable cotton.
- Labratory tested to block dust mites and allergens.
- No added chemicals or harsh, anti-allergy chemical treatments.
- High air permeability rating makes for a cool and ultimately comfortable fabric.
- Pre-treated with steam and pressure to shrink and hold allergen-blocking pore size through repeated washing.
- Made for the duration, double-stitched with at least 12 stitches per inch to ensure strong seams.
- Heavy-gauge, rust-free nylon zips.
- Those with a latex sensitivity needn’t worry – our dust mite allergy covers are latex free.
- Lifetime manufacturer warranty.
I’ve used this dust mite allergy pillow cover personally and found it effective in reducing the overnight hay fever symptoms that I experience. My symptoms are sniffles, puffy eyes and occasionally, wheeziness. As an added bonus, I have an oily hair type and find that the ‘breathability’ of the cotton dust mite allergy pillow cover means that the oil in my hair takes a little longer to build up, compared to when I’m using a synthetic fabric cover.
*Vaughan, J, T Mclaughlin, M Perzanowski, and T Plattsmills. “Evaluation Of Materials Used For Bedding Encasement: Effect Of Pore Size In Blocking Cat And Dust Mite Allergen.” Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 103.2 (1999): 227-231. Print.