Yes, your bed sheets might be harming your skin and sleep, more than you think!
Written by Marialma Team
Itchy skin at night can affect the health of your skin and make it difficult to get a good night’s rest. The truth is, many things may be causing your itchiness, like fungal and bacterial infections, bugs, eczema or atopic dermatitis, medications, psoriasis, among other things.
Well, what you probably didn’t know is that your bed sheets may contribute to it! So, in today’s article, we are going to explain to you how your bed sheets may trigger itching.
Itchy skin can be a common condition caused by natural body processes. However, in some cases, as we have said before, it can happen due to your bed sheets. But, why? Here are two main reasons:
You Don’t Wash Your Sheets Regularly
People have a lot of things to do, and sometimes they don’t have time to wash their bed sheets often. If you are one of those people, you should start to reconsider that habit right now and change your bed sheets on a more regular basis!
If the bed sheets you sleep in are not changed often, you’re going to have to deal with some serious side effects, like breakouts on your skin, allergies, asthma, colds, flu, and eczema!
So, you can be transforming your bed sheets into the land of fungal spores, mold, dust, and even insect parts, and all of which can lead to the irritation of your skin and other even worst reactions.
Even the skin moisture and body heat released during sleep are fostering the spread of these numerous bacteria.
You’re Sleeping in The Wrong Fabric
The second origin of itchy skin related to bed sheets has to do with the fabrics they are made of! Unfortunately, if you have dry and itchy skin issues, certain fabrics could be triggering eczema flare-ups.
Therefore, you should be avoiding harsh fabrics like wool or polyester that are the biggest culprits of itchy skin. They can irritate normal skin and exacerbate the problem.
Also, poorly breathable and low-quality fabrics can enhance your symptoms because they do not have the same moisture absorption capacity.
How to Relieve Itchy Skin?
By choosing the right product! Get ready to welcome a good night’s sleep and say goodbye to itchy skin today, with our bed sheets that will complement your itchy skin treatment.
MARIALMA’s bed sheets are made using performance fabrics that will help you reduce your skin problems significantly. Made to last, we only use prime materials like Egyptian cotton that will give you the beauty sleep you deserve!
So, let’s take a look at our performance fabrics that can prevent your problems of itchy skin:
This fabric combines zinc’s regenerative and skin protective effects with its antibacterial element that avoids the propagation of bacteria.
Specialists recommend it to everyone that suffers from conditions such as eczema or atopic dermatitis thanks to its antibacterial properties. Since zinc is a component of skin-building enzymes, it operates directly on the skin thanks to this sensitive fabric.
The substances found in seaweed help to activate cell regeneration, which in turn can help to relieve skin diseases, reduce inflammation and soothe itchiness. Also, the high level of antioxidants found in seaweed protects the skin against those harmful free radicals.
If your skin is dry, the increased heat can cause sweating and mild irritation to your skin which will cause it to itch. So, what you need is our allergen-free 100% hemp bed sheets with natural breathable and antimicrobial characteristics.
This fabric is also a natural thermo-controller, it naturally cools and absorbs moisture. It’s perfect for hot, humid climates, which makes it the best choice for everyone with skin problems!
All in all, each of our performance fabrics provides different solutions combining technology and natural fibers. They’ll not only give you a better bedding experience, but also protect your skin.
What are you waiting for? Order our luxury performance bed sheets that will restore your skin, energy, and sense of well-being during your sleep!
Please note, that if you continue to feel some itching at night, you should see a doctor right away.
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