bedding that is allergy resistant. However, just having hypo-allergenic bedding is not all you can do to protect you home from dust mites.
How you take care of the bedding can also work to alleviate the effects of these irritating microscopic pests. There are covers for pillows, mattresses, and box springs that can be used to prevent dust mites from taking over the bed.
Additionally, washing your pillow cases, sheets, blankets and mattress pads in hot temperatures assist with eliminating mites that may be in the bedding. The key is the heat so drying the bed clothes in temperatures higher than 130 degrees are beneficial.
These basic laundering and covering methods can go a long way toward helping with dust mite prevention.