The Good Housekeeping Institute recently tested and GHI approved the scooms duvet, pillow and bed linen range. This is what they told us in their report.
Spring is in the air and the birds in our garden are nesting. We've put out the down and feathers from our old pillows and duvets for their nests. See our top tips for recycling your duvets and pillows. Plus, how to help nesting birds.
So, you can't use down and feather bedding because you have a dust mite allergy - right? Wrong! Scientific research has demonstrated that even if you suffer from house dust mite allergies or asthma, you can enjoy sleeping with natural down and feather bedding.