Anti Allergy Pillows

Sleep soundly without allergies disturbing your night. Mild allergies aggravated by dust mites can be relieved by using a hypoallergenic pillow made from wool or silk. And if you’d like a duvet to match, explore our range of natural duvets.

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Can I be allergic to my pillow?

Unfortunately, the answer is yes, you can be allergic to your pillow. Some people are allergic to feather and down fills, however you may have an allergy to the allergens that have built up in your pillow over time. Allergens such as pollen and dust mites may build-up in your pillow and trigger mild allergies such as asthma or eczema.

How can a natural pillow help prevent allergies?

Natural fill pillows such as pillows filled with wool or silk are naturally hypoallergenic. This means allergens are less likely to build-up in your pillow, which in turn helps reduce your chances of suffering from night-time allergies.

How to wash pillows

Keeping your pillow clean will help reduce the allergen build-up in your pillow. Wash your pillow regularly, and make sure you follow the care instructions carefully. Our pillow care guide has all the information you need to help keep your pillow at its best. Remember, using a pillow protector is an easy way to keep your pillow clean and reduce the chances of allergens building up inside it.