There are billions of bacteria living around us.
Bacteria are the first inhabitants of the Earth. Thanks to their mutation strengths and ability to adapt to changes in the environment, bacteria can survive under even the most challenging conditions. They have a very high growth rate. In one day, a single bacterial cell can produce 5,000 billion bacteria.
The dust, sweat, saliva and skin residues that accumulate on pillows provide an ideal ground for bacteria and house dust mites to obtain nutrients. This creates an excellent growth environment and the longest survival means for pathogens. House dust mites love to live on mattress fabrics, carpets and pillows, and can spread allergens into the environment. Towels used in public restrooms also provide an ideal growth environment for bacteria.