Hygenix Mattress

Who Are Sleeping with ?
Uncovering Your Hidden Bed Partner.

Do you know your mattress can host 1 lac to 2 million tiny creatures and their waste, impacting your health and triggering allergies? Most disturbingly, the primary component of the dust on your mattress is dead skin cells. From sweat to pet dander, bed bugs, and more, your mattress attracts unwelcome visitors that cause discomfort.

Sweat and Body Oils

The natural perspiration and oils our bodies produce during sleep can penetrate mattresses over time.

Dead Skin Cells

Skin shedding is a continuous process, and a significant portion of dust on a mattress consists of these discarded cells.

Dust Mites

Microscopic organisms that thrive in warm, humid environments and often feed on dead skin cells.


Various allergenic particles like pet dander, pollen, and fungal spores can settle on and in mattresses.

Bed Bugs

These unwelcome insects can infest bedding and mattresses, causing potential allergic reactions.

Baby Urine

Accidental spills or bed-wetting can introduce moisture and odors to a mattress.

Food and Drink Spills

Accidental spills from snacks and beverages can lead to stains and odors.

Dirt and Dust

Environmental dust and dirt particles can accumulate on a mattress over time.

Pet Dander

Consisting of tiny, airborne particles from skin, fur, and feathers, can easily infiltrate your mattress, triggering allergies and disrupting sleep quality.

Health Risks Lurking in Contaminated Mattresses.

Contaminated mattresses can lead to a range of health problems due to exposure to allergens, microbes, and pests.
  • These Problems May Include

Respiratory Issues

Inhaling dust mite droppings and mold spores can irritate the respiratory system, potentially leading to coughing, throat irritation, and shortness of breath.

Skin Irritations

Contact with allergens and microbes can cause skin irritations, rashes, and itching, especially for individuals with sensitive skin.


Allergens and mold spores in a mattress can worsen asthma symptoms, leading to increased coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing.


Dust mites, pet dander, and pollen trapped in mattresses can trigger allergic reactions, causing symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes.

Sleep Disturbances

Discomfort caused by allergies or irritations can disrupt sleep patterns, leading to insomnia, frequent awakenings, and overall poor sleep quality.

Bacterial Infections

Moist conditions in contaminated mattresses can promote bacterial growth, increasing the risk of skin infections and other health issues.

Bed Bug Bites

Bed bug infestations can cause itchy bites, leading to skin infections if scratched, as well as psychological distress and sleep disturbances.

Fungal Infections

Mold growth in mattresses can lead to fungal infections, particularly for individuals with compromised immune systems.

Microbial Growth

Moist conditions may promote the growth of bacteria and mold, particularly in humid climates.


Hygenix Mattress

Introducing Aerocom Hygenix Mattress, this revolutionary bedding innovation is about to change the way you experience comfort, hygiene, and peace of mind. A mattress with a removable top layer that you can easily unzip & wash. Consider this cover as a protection layer for your mattress that will protect it against mattress contamination.

Join the clean sleep revolution today! Indulge in the joy of snuggling up to a mattress that’s not only plush but also refreshingly clean, promising a Bio Logic sleep.

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  • A washable and removable top layer on a mattress is a feature that allows you to easily unzip and detach the top layer of the mattress for cleaning.
  • To remove the top layer for washing, follow the manufacturer’s instructions provided with the mattress.
    • No, only the removable top layer is washable. Washing the entire mattress may damage its internal components.
    • The benefits include easier maintenance, improved hygiene, and the ability to extend the lifespan of your mattress by keeping it clean.
    • The frequency of washing the top layer depends on your individual preferences and usage. However, it’s recommended to wash it at least every few months to maintain freshness and cleanliness.
    • Use liquid detergent to wash. Use half of the detergent you usually put in a full load to ensure all the detergent rinsed off sufficiently.
    • No, You can not.
    • Wash the cover on its own. Don’t add other clothes in the same wash cycle.
    • No, don’t tumble-dry. Dry in sunlight. It’s important that the cover is bone dry before you put it back on the bed.

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