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SilentNight Anti-Allergy Duvet from Sleepy People : Review

As we are currently entering the throws of the summer season a huge number of people start suffering with a huge manner of allergies. In our house both the boys suffer with hayfever, and Lewis really does suffer bad. My husband also has a slight dust & pet hair allergy so ensuring our house is clean and as free as possible of pet hair daily is important to him.

To help with my quest to make my husbands life a little easier the lovely people at Sleepy People have sent us a new duvet to try out from Silentnight we are testing out the Anti Allergy Duvet.

Sleepy People Duvet Allergies

If you have never heard of Sleepy People before, let me tell you a bit about them. Sleepy People are an online bedding company, distributing everything to cover your needs for a lovely nights sleep. From duvets to pillows, pillow cases to duvet covers and everything else in-between.

For our review I am replacing my current winter duvet, I am a right softie when it comes to duvets, even in the summer I much prefer my thick winter duvet to my summer duvet so I was delighted to receive this duvet at 13.5 tog. The Anti Allergy range duvets also come in 10 tog and 7.5 tog.

Sleepy People Duvet Allergies 1

The duvet has a 100% hollowfibre filling, which is makes the duvet feel so so soft and bouncy. Fully machine washable for extra cleanliness and boasts the Anti Allergy protection helping fight against dust-mites and bacteria.

Since receiving our new duvet I have had some fantastic sleep, and more so, so has my husband and we are delighted with our new duvet. The Silentnight Anti Allergy range duvets start at £18.99 and are really worth every penny.

**This is not a sponsored post, we were provided with a Silentnight Anti Allergy duvet from to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.


  1. Kim

    6th June 2016 at 4:54 am

    There is no better feeling than getting in to bed with clean sheets & new pillows/duvet would make that even better.

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