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London Luxury awarded with an allergy friendly certification
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Apr '08
London Luxury LLC, a leading manufacturer of innovative and premium home textile products, announced that several of its luxurious, allergen-barrier products have been certified asthma & allergy friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA).

This highly coveted Certification Mark is granted only to select products that have undergone thorough scientific testing and proven more suitable to individuals suffering from asthma and allergic sensitivities.

London Luxury's asthma & allergy friendly products are at the forefront of the fast-growing trend in home textiles called “Beneficial Bedding,” which refers to any innovative home textile product that offers additional functional lifestyle benefits beyond comfortable sleeping.

"London Luxury Certified asthma & allergy friendly products now give consumers more choices for higher quality bedding," said Mike Tringale, director of external affairs at the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA).

"Through a rigorous testing protocol, which includes dozens of washes, these products were proven to be an effective allergen barrier and crucial part of an overall allergen-reduction plan in the home."

“We are, therefore, pleased to call London Luxury a valued partner in our efforts to educate people about allergy controls," added Tringale.

London Luxury's asthma & allergy friendly bedding products are among the first in the United States to receive the certification from AAFA and are uniquely engineered to function as an effective and proven barrier to dust mite, pet dander and other allergens, while still maintaining the highest levels of comfort and luxuriousness that consumers expect from top-of-the-line bedding. The secret is in the engineering and construction.

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