COVID-19 and Delivery Update

We are a proudly Australian owned and operated business and are committed to continuing to support you in this difficult time.

With the health and safety of both employees and customers our priority, we have been working closely with government agencies and industry bodies to ensure our manufacturing and distribution sites remain within best practice hygiene protocols and in accordance with all state and federal requirements. We are exceptionally thankful and grateful for your support at this time.


Delivery networks across Australia are currently experiencing delays.

Detailed information on delays currently being experienced by our Freight Partner, Australia Post, can be found at:

We thank you for your order, and will do our very best to get it to you as soon as possible. For further information or if you have any questions, please reach out to our client services team at or on 1300 857 123.

The Eczema Association Australasia

The Eczema Association Australasia 

Founded in 1994, The Eczema Association is a valuable source of knowledge and advice on a wide range of issues associated with the management and treatment of Eczema. It supports and educates Eczema sufferers and carers, along with the wider community, in all aspects of Eczema and its impact, and how to alleviate the symptoms.


1 in 3 Australian's at some stage in their lives are affected by Eczema, making Australia one of the highest incidences of Eczema in the World


Many things can cause and trigger sensitive skin and Eczema.  One known possible cause is the house dust mite, of which millions live in our bedding.

Attempts to eradicate dust mites is likely to be unsuccessful, however if allergic there are a number of ways in which you can reduce your exposure.

Among others these may include:

Keep in mind that these activities may stir up the dust mite allergens.  And although they don’t stay airborne for long, if allergic consider having someone else do these tasks for you if an option.  

  • Clean window coverings regularly. Consider venetian or flat blinds rather than curtains.
  • Wash bedding, weekly in water hotter than 55°C. This will kill the dust mites and wash away any allergens.
  • Cover your mattress and pillows with Protect-A-Bed® dust mite resistant cases and also wash these regularly at 55 °C.   

Protect-A-Bed®’s Miracle Layer® helps protect you and your family from dust mite allergens, by providing a protective barrier against the allergens they produce.    

Ideal for those with Sensitive Skin and Eczema Protect-A-Bed® TENCEL™ Mattress and Pillow Protectors are extremely soft and smooth