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Do you suffer from a skin condition that makes sleeping difficult? Both myself and my significant other have sensitive skin (itchiness and dermatitis) so I was excited to be contacted by the folks at DermaTherapy for a chance to review their line of bedding specifically designed for people who suffer from skin conditions like atopic dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis. I never even knew there was such a product so I was grateful to be able to try it and share my experience with my readers. Let’s first look at how DermaTherapy Works.
How DermaTherapy Works:
DermaTherapy® sheets are comprised of uniquely structured fibers to effectively wick moisture away from the surface of the sheet. This new development in fabric science results in a cleaner, drier and smoother sleeping surface. And for those who suffer from skin conditions – the difference is truly remarkable. DermaTherapy is the only therapeutic bedding cleared by the FDA for use by those suffering from atopic dermatitis!
Multiple preventative features were designed into the fabrics of DermaTherapy sheets to minimize the irritation caused by conditions like atopic dermatitis, the most common type of eczema. The shape of the fibers creates tiny channels that wick moisture away and dry skin more quickly.
My Review: As soon as I received the sheets I washed them per the instructions (no fabric softener or dryer sheets as this may block the wicking properties of the sheets.) and put them on the bed right away.
I immediately felt that they were really soft and didn’t grab at my skin. After sleeping on my bed with these sheets for a few weeks I feel it does really help my skin. I have not noticed any new irritations and I have not been itchy or dry. I have also washed them a few times during my review and they are holding up quite nicely. I would recommend these sheets to anyone with a skin condition who is looking to get a good comfortable nights sleep.
I want to thank DermaTherapy again for the sheets and let all of my readers know that you can grab your own set at http://www.dermatherapyfabrics.com/.
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