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Phi-ton 3D-mattress prevents house dust mite

The average bed could be home to up to 1.5 million house dust mites, a source of allergies and asthma. British researchers have discovered that the house dust mite cannot survive in a cool, dry environment. They advise therefore to leave beds unmade. A more stylish solution is the Phi-ton 3D-mattress - hygienic, cool and always dry.

"The warm, damp conditions created in an occupied bed are an ideal environment for the house dust mite. Removing the sheets during the day can remove the moisture, so the mites will dehydrate and die," thus dr. Steven Pretlove of Kingston University.
The Dutch Astma Fonds (Asthma Charity) has expressed some doubts about the effectiveness of an unmade bed. "House dust mites live mostly inside the mattrass, which retains the most humidity and warmth. Removing the sheets does not seem the solution to the problem, although it may help to reduce allergies a little."

Cool and dry

The Phi-ton 3D-mattress provides exactly the cool and dry environment that the house dust mite cannot endure. Thanks to the open structure of the threedimensional braided fabric the mattress is breathing, with the highest levels of moisture and air regulation and outstanding oxygen supply.
Perspiring on a non-ventilating mattress is history. As is regular airing of the mattress - it happens while you are sleeping. Whether you like to leave your bed made or unmade: with the Phi-ton 3D-mattress you do display style - without unwanted guests.

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