The best pillowcase for acne prone skin - Here is why.

You know what's grosser than your toilet seat? Your pillowcase. And if you're one of the many people who have acne-prone skin, it's important to know that your pillowcase could be causing your breakouts.

If you're waking up with breakouts in the morning, on your sleeping side, it's probably not just bad luck. Studies show that the average pillowcase has more bacteria than the average toilet seat, which means clogged pores, breakouts and dust-mites galore.

your bedding can cause your acne to flare up - sleep on antibacterial bedding instead


But there's good news: swapping out a regular cotton pillowcase for an antibacterial one can help reduce acne-causing bacteria by 99.9%. Antibacterial pillowcases shields your sleep from germs and inhibits the growth of bacteria, preventing the bacteria from damaging your skin. 


Don't just take our word for it—we put the different materials to the test, and here's what we found: After three days of incubation, our cotton sample had already shown significant signs of bacteria growth and mold. Meanwhile, Derme Home's antibacterial pillowcase did not show any sign of bacteria or mold at all (see picture below).

Antibacterial VS standard pillowcase sample - acne trigger

Breakouts are not only annoying and inconvenient—they can also be expensive! You're probably tired of buying all the products you need to combat your skin issues. Life is hard as is, let's not have your wallet constantly being drained by acne-related expenses.

Derme Home is here to make your life a little easier so you can worry less about expensive treatments, dermatologist visits, co-pays, or refills... (the list goes on) and focus more on the beauty sleep you get from the unbeatable feeling of clean bedding.

 

Before and After Acne Pillowcase Derme Home

Acne fighting pillowcase - best pillowcase for acne prone skin

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