As part of an ongoing series, the CNN Underscored team showcases outstanding deals you can shop right now on the CNN Store. Each week, our staff chooses a product to feature that we think you'll love. This week, we're highlighting ienjoy Home's Six-Piece Sheet Set (starting at $27.99, originally $99.99; store.cnn.com).
It's time to take a good look at your linens. If your sleeping patterns have been off lately -- maybe you've been waking up feeling overheated in the middle of the night, or you're suffering from some allergic reactions while you snooze -- the culprit may be your sheets.
Investing in quality bedding can help you feel cool and comfortable, so it's less likely you'll toss and turn. And hypoallergenic sheets can act as a line of defense between your body and any irritants that may be lurking in your mattress, pillows or comforter.
One option that fits the bill for those on a budget is ienjoy Home's Six-Piece Sheet Set (starting at $27.99, originally $99.99; store.cnn.com). This bedding set is made from double-brushed microfiber yarns, which the company says make it twice as durable as typical cotton sheets. Thanks to this material, the sheet set stays wrinkle-free, so you don't have to worry about ironing it, as well as being fade-resistant. And since it's made from hypoallergenic and antimicrobial fabric, its an ideal choice for those with allergies or sensitive skin.
Currently the sheets come in four different color options -- grey, white, navy and taupe -- and in a range of sizes from full to California king. The sets consist of a fitted sheet, flat sheet and four pillowcases. All variations earned between a 4.5- and a 5-star rating from past customers.
But the real standout is the price. Currently, the prices range from $27.99 to $30.99, a fraction of the original retail price, which is typically $99. It's an even better deal when you compare it to other premium bedding sets on the market. You'll sleep soundly knowing you got a stellar deal on an everyday favorite.
Note: The prices above reflect the listed retailer's price on the date this article was published.