You may be aware of the benefits that a quality bed can make to your posture and overall health, but did you know that the right one can also assist with maintaining perfect skin. That’s right, depending on which mattress you use, how you use it, and how clean you keep it, your mattress could either be contributing to skin ailments, or could be helping to combat them.
Mattresses & Hygiene
The fabrics that make up the comforting components on mattresses, depending on what they are, tend to take on collections of dead-skin cells as you use them.
While ensuring that you are clean before getting into bed can reduce this, your body is still shedding dead skin all the time, and much of it gets caught in the fibres of your bed.
Mites and Parasites
These dead-skin cells provide the perfect source of food for parasites such as dust-mites and bedbugs. The more cells there are on the mattress, the more chance there is of attracting these unwanted visitors that, when present in your mattress, can cause havoc for your skin.
Using a Mattress Protector
Mattress protectors offer an excellent way to reduce the amount of dirt and dead skin cells that end up on your mattress, since they are easy to remove and clean when the need arises. Because of this, it is always a good idea to use one, particularly if your mattress doesn’t sport a fabric that supports improved hygiene.
Finding the Right Mattress
Many Sealy Posturepedic beds come with a patented Dermatex fabric that leverages off of probiotic technology to protect and regenerate you skin while you sleep. These types of technologies are ideal for those without mattress protectors, but it is still a good idea to get one.
Contact Sealy Today for Details
If you would like to know more about our ranges of quality mattresses at Sealy Posturepedic, be sure to get into contact with a representative today, or visit our website for additional details on our offers.