M&S launch new ‘anti-allergy’ bedding range that’s perfect for sensitive skin

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If you’ve got dry, sensitive or irritated skin, it can be difficult for you to get a comfortable night’s sleep.

According to Allergy UK, 15 million people currently live with eczema, and can often struggle to get a restful night's sleep as a result of this skin condition.

But M&S have launched their DreamSkin® Anti Allergy bedding range to combat just this - to help customers get a good nights sleep and ease skin problems such as dryness, dermatitis and yes, even eczema.

According to M&S, the new range is made from sustainably sourced and responsibly produced cotton fabric, and has been designed “with the customer in mind”.

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So how does it work? DreamSkin® uses “innovative polymer technology” which has been medically proven to soothe and protect skin, lower skin temperature and help to reduce friction. It even acts as a repellent on detergent residues that can cause potential irritation.

These claims have been backed up by the USA's Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with M&S' DreamSkin® also being a Class1 medical device approved in the EU for the treatment of eczema and contact dermatitis.

The new M&S bedding range is available in-store and online, with three products currently available to shoppers. If you do choose to buy online, you can get free standard delivery on baskets over £50.

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Dreamskin Duvet Cover,£19.50 - £49.50 (depending on bed size) (opens in new tab)

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Anti Allergy Dreamskin Pillowcase, £8 each (opens in new tab)

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Dreamskin Anti-Allergy Fitted Sheet, £17.50 - £25 (depending on bed size) (opens in new tab)

The products are all machine washable and able to be tumble-dried, so shoppers can treat them the same as other household washables.

Whilst you’re there, M&S have also re-launched their faux cashmere jumpers in time for the Autumn/Winter season (opens in new tab). You might be clinging onto the last few days of summer, but the retailer is already prepared for chilly weather!

Will you be giving this new bedding a go?

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer specialising in TV, film and lifestyle content and has written for What's On TV, GoodtoKnow and Whattowatch.com. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases. In her spare time, she writes film and television reviews for JumpCut Online and her own blog, Lucy Goes To Hollywood.