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Hypoallergenic Mattresses

If you’re prone to allergies or simply want a healthier night’s sleep, a hypoallergenic mattress could be for you. With antimicrobial properties and reaction preventing materials, these mattresses are perfect for a refreshing, hygienic night’s sleep.

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Great service and communication . Delivery was on time and the delivery men friendly and helpful. Would definitely recommend. Very pleased with mattress, thanks!only negative cost of removing old single mattress was a bit pricey.

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Mattress delivered quickly and taken to my room as I asked. Delivery drivers missed the old one being taken away but checked paperwork and grabbed it.Website was decent, prices were fair and beat the competition (recycling and delivery were over 30 cheaper) and their range was great

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Excellent. Highly recommend. Next day delivery. Clear efficient communication. Call an hour before hand to confirm arrival time. Product is excellent. Nothing to fault.

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What is a hypoallergenic mattress?

A hypoallergenic mattress is specifically designed to reduce allergies and prevent triggering allergic reactions. Hypoallergenic mattresses absorb excess moisture and prevent the build up of bacteria which lead to allergic reactions.

Our range of expertly engineered hypoallergenic mattresses are made from materials with anti-bacterial and antimicrobial properties. Our guide to the best mattresses for allergy sufferers will provide you with lots more helpful information.

Do I need a hypoallergenic mattress?

If you suffer from seasonal allergies or simply if dust tends to make you sniffly, a hypoallergenic mattress can create a healthier sleeping environment for you. If you suffer from seasonal allergies or asthma, you may find a hypoallergenic mattress reduces your likelihood of a reaction, as pollen and other allergens will find it harder to settle.

A hypoallergenic mattress is also ideal for anyone who wants to ensure their bed is kept as clean and hygienic as possible. While cleaning your mattress and bed regularly can prevent the build up of bacteria, a hypoallergenic mattress will ensure any sweat build up or dirt that is harder to clean is prevented from causing a reaction.

Hypoallergenic mattresses are also great for children as they have a weaker immune system so need extra protection against dust mites and other allergens. Many of our kids mattresses have hypoallergenic properties to ensure a healthy, safe sleeping surface for your child.

What types of mattresses are hypoallergenic?

Memory foam mattresses are generally good for allergy sufferers as bacteria and allergens find it difficult to establish within the tight structure of the foam.

Similarly, latex mattresses can have hypoallergenic properties and are slightly firmer than memory foam, ideal if you also suffer from back pain.

Are hypoallergenic mattresses the same as anti-allergy mattresses?

While they are very similar, anti-allergy mattresses have a slightly different purpose to hypoallergenic mattresses. An anti-allergy mattress is designed to actively combat the development and build up of dust mites, pollen and other triggering allergens, whereas hypoallergenic mattresses are much less likely to cause a negative or allergic reaction. 

How can I prevent allergies at night?

A hypoallergenic mattress will reduce the likelihood of you suffering an allergic reaction at night. However, you should ensure your bedroom is free of common allergens like dust and pet hair. Pollen can also be carried on your clothes, so ensure you change your clothes before getting into bed.

Take a look at our blog post on how to get to sleep easier during allergy season for more tips.