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Better Sleep Backed by Science

Sleeping isn’t the easiest for those with eczema. With the ability to wick away moisture and no protruding skin-irritating fibers, DermaTherapy fabrics can help those with eczema get a restful night’s sleep.

Proven Results

The Department of Dermatology, School of Medicine at Wake Forest University conducted an 8-week clinical trial involving patients with mild eczema and/or psoriasis.1 Compared with their current cotton bedding, participants saw statistically significant improvements and...

Reduced

Severity of Atopic Dermatitis

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Itching and Tendency to Scratch

Improved

Skin Appearance

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Skin Moisture Level

Better

Uninterrupted Sleep

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Perceived Comfort

My skin feels and looks much better. My neck especially feels better, which means that I may think of wearing my hair up more often.

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1 Eleanor JK, Christopher BY, Fabian T Camacho, Fleischer AB. Use of a Silk-like Bedding Fabric in Patients with Atopic Dermatitis. Pediatric Dermatology Vol. 25 No. 4 439–443, 2008.