Your Pillow Could Be Dirtier
Than A Toilet Seat

Yes, it's true. In the same way that your clothes get dirty from dirt, oil, odor, sweat and stains, so does your pillow. Your pillows get dirtier the more you sleep on them, and that bacteria adds up fast.

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Waking Up With Bad Skin?

It’s probably your pillow, as its fostering harmful bacteria,
oils and other irittants such as:

Bacterial Growth

Dirty pillows collect sweat, oil, and dead skin cells, providing a breeding ground for bacteria. When bacteria transfer to the skin, it can cause acne and skin irritation.

Dust Mites

Dust mites thrive in dirty pillows, feeding on dead skin cells. Their waste contains enzymes that trigger allergic reactions, leading to skin inflammation and itching.

Fungal Growth

Moisture in pillows promotes the growth of fungi like mold and mildew. Exposure to fungal spores can worsen skin conditions like fungal acne and eczema.


Dirty pillowcases collect pollutants and allergens you collect on your skin every day, which can transfer to the skin, causing inflammation, sensitivity, and breakouts.

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5 million colony-forming units of bacteria per square inch

 600,000 Dead skin cells per day

Did You Know...

After four weeks of sleeping on your pillowcase it accumulates 39 times more bacteria than a pet bowl. 

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How Dirty Is Your Pillow?

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