Purecare Mattress Protectors in Las Vegas & St. George
Mattress protectors are designed to make your sleeping experience more comfortable, to protect the lifespan of your mattress, and to keep your mattress clean and sanitary. Best Mattress offers innovative, state-of-the-art mattress protectors that you are sure to love.
PureCare earned the 2016 Women’s Choice Award!
To protect your mattress investment, Best Mattress offers total encasement mattress covers made by PureCare. Designed to cover all six surfaces of your mattress, these state-of-the-art encasements feature MiteTight® seams and a locking zipper, providing a physical barrier against allergens, bed bugs, dust mites, stains, moisture, mold and mildew. Made with OmniGuard® Advance lightweight performance fabric, these washable mattress protectors won’t alter the look for feel of your mattress. PureCare’s total encasement mattress protectors are treated with antimicrobial silver chloride that inhibits bacteria, mold and mildew that causes deterioration, stains and odors on this product, allowing you to create a cleaner sleep environment in every bedroom in your home. For these reasons and many others, PureCare mattress protectors are the official protectors of both the National Sleep Foundation and the Women’s Choice Award.
Enjoy a cool, comfortable night’s sleep with PureCare’s clinically proven FRíO® mattress protectors. Designed with a unique tunneling effect that keeps heat from accumulating around the body, each FRíO textile provides a refreshingly cooler sleep surface year-round. Made with OmniGuard® Advance lightweight performance fabric, FRíO® mattress protectors are approved for all mattress types and won’t alter the look or feel of your mattress. Created with ease of use in mind, FRíO® mattress protectors are completely washable and can endure high temperatures in the washer and dryer for optimal sanitation. PureCare’s FRíO mattress protectors are also treated with antimicrobial silver chloride that inhibits bacteria, mold and mildew growth, preventing stains and odors. For this reason and many others, FRíO® mattress protectors are the official mattress protectors of the National Sleep Foundation and the Women’s Choice Award.
StainGuard® Single-Sided mattress protectors provide a comfortable, economical solution ideal for guest rooms and other beds that aren’t used frequently. Our breathable single-sided cover protects the sleeping surface of your mattress against stains and moisture, along with basic dust mite and allergen resistance.
For a truly luxurious sleeping experience, Best Mattress recommends clinically proven aromatherapy mattress protectors made by PureCare. Designed to infuse sleeping surfaces with sleep-inducing scents, these award-winning Aromatherapy protectors include optional scented sachets designed to enrich your sleep environment with calming aromas. Available in a variety of scents ranging from lavender to mandarin orange, PureCare’s Aromatherapy total encasement mattress covers offer our best level of protection by covering all six sides of your mattress. These mattress protectors feature MiteTight® seams and a locking zipper, providing a physical barrier against allergens, bed bugs, dust mites, stains, moisture, mold and mildew. The OmniGuard® Advance lightweight performance fabric used to make Aromatherapy protectors won’t alter the look for feel of your mattress, and the covers are designed to be completely washable, even on high heat. PureCare’s total encasement mattress protectors are treated with antimicrobial silver chloride that inhibits bacteria, mold and mildew that causes deterioration, stains and odors on this product, allowing you to create a cleaner sleep environment in every bedroom in your home. PureCare’s mattress protectors are the official mattress protector of the National Sleep Foundation and the Women’s Choice Award.
The Women’s Choice Award
The Women’s Choice Award expresses the powerful collective voice of female consumers across America in selecting the products and services women can trust. PureCare is proud to be among their recommended brands and to offer mattress and pillow protectors bearing the Women’s Choice Award seal.
Your Mattress Affects Your Sleep
If you are like most Americans, you might chalk up your sleep troubles to a rough day at work or a partner who snores. However, new studies have shown that the health and quality of your mattress might have a lot to do with whether or not you are able to sleep soundly. In fact, one study conducted in 2009 found that when people were allowed to choose and sleep on a new mattress, they experienced a marked improvement in stress and much better sleep. The study evaluated factors such as headaches, irritability, trembling, nervousness, and worrying. This article focuses on the problems caused by an older mattress, accessories you can get to ward off trouble, and when to know if you need a new mattress.
The Truth About Your Older Mattress
Because mattresses are usually covered with sheets, decorative pillows, and comfy duvets, some Americans forget that their older mattress might not be as healthy and functional as it once was. Here are some important truths to remember about older mattresses, and why you should consider a replacement.
Mattresses Have A Lifespan
Over time, the springs inside of mattresses can become compressed, which can limit their ability to cushion your body as you sleep. Springs can also become broken or damaged, which can prompt restless sleep, muscle pain, and even unexplained bruising. Some springs can become looser over time, putting strain on your muscles and causing back pain. For these reasons, experts typically recommend replacing your mattress every 7 years, or whenever it becomes uncomfortable.
Your Mattress is Gaining Weight
The average person spends around 2,000 hours a year in their bed, leaving behind sweat, skin cells, and even food crumbs. Unfortunately, these additions are highly attractive to pests like bed bugs and dust mites, which is why your mattress is always gaining weight. In fact, research has shown that mattresses double in weight every 8-10 years. Unfortunately, this accumulation can affect your health, which could damage your ability to get a good night’s sleep.
Your Mattress Health Matters
Dust accumulation and dust mites affect everyone differently, but some people can become allergic to their own mattress. Dust mites, which are invisible to the naked eye, feed on organic debris like skin cells and bodily fluids. Dust mites have digestive enzymes in their gut that pass through with their excrement, which can induce allergic reactions in humans. In fact, WebMD reports that as many as 20 million Americans are allergic to dust mites. Allergic reactions to dust mites include, but are not limited to, exacerbated asthma and eczema. Fortunately, you might be able to ward off dust mites by investing in the right mattress protector.
Visit us to protect your new mattress
To keep your mattress clean and comfortable, come to your nearest Best Mattress today to explore our mattress cover selection.