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Did You Know Your Pillowcase May Be As Dirty As A Toilet Seat? Researchers swabbed 40 pillowcases and toilet seats and found that the bacteria on each was so similar the samples were virtually indistinguishable!
Dirty Pillowcases Cause Blemishes! Dermatologists recommend changing your pillowcase every 2-3 days. THAT'S A LOT OF WORK! How often do you wash yours? What if you could do something else? Fortunately, scientists at Nufabrx have come up with a solution…
Introducing the Nufabrx Pillowcase for Blemish Prone Skin! Our Nufabrx Pillowcase is handcrafted from the finest bamboo fibers and infused with natural skin remedies to create a spa-quality, anti-microbial, hypoallergenic pillowcase. Innovative microencapsulation technology allows our all natural scientifically formulated serum containing lavender, lemon balm, tea tree oil and wintergreen oil to remain embedded within the fibers of the pillowcase wash after wash. The perfect amount of our proprietary natural serum is slowly released nightly, keeping your skin fresh and clean. In an Australian study, tea tree oil was shown to be nearly as effective as 5% Benzoyl Peroxide. In an independent study, Nufabrx Pillowcase was shown to reduce the bacteria P. acnes by 91.5% over a 24-hour period. With added aromatherapeutic ingredients you can indulge in a worry free rest, and wake to a clear face.Your perfect skin is just a dream away.
Care Instructions and Tips
- Wash on cold, normal setting.
- Tumble dry on low heat, remove immediately.
- Do not iron.
- As with all natural fabrics some shrinking and wrinkling may occur after washing.
- Replace every 4-6 months.
Bought this for my fiance. She seems to enjoy the feeling and the fragrance.Published 13 days ago by Iosif Yeremuk
Love the feel
And smell. I use this at home as well as another when I travel -which is 4 days a week. So far so good!
After years of wondering why I break out so heavily on one side of my face, I finally realized it was my pillow. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sarah Montoro