We’ll only mention a few of the advantages of having to sleep with silk. To begin with, cotton tends to dry out your skin, whereas silk keeps moisture, helping to keep your skin cream on your face constantly. Second, as cotton dries out your hair in the same way that it dries out your skin. While you fall asleep, silk takes good care of the hair at the roots, helping to reduce ‘curly hair’ and more severe damage in the longer term. Silk is particularly efficient in preventing curly hair. Falling asleep on silk eliminates sleep ridges. Silk’s smooth surface allows your face to float throughout the pillow, helping to reduce wrinkles and fine lines(blemishes). You can also see why skin doctor, hairdressers, and glamour professionals suggest to sleep on silk. More information about the gains of sleeping with silk can be found here.
Silk is protein-based and helps your hair and skin retain moisture. Cotton is plant-based and known to absorb moisture; this means your cotton pillowcase is actually a reverse conditioner for hair and pulls moisture from your skin! Compared to silk, cotton is also high in friction and can tug and pull at hair and skin, leaving you with tangles, frizz, and sleep wrinkles. Silk is also naturally hypoallergenic and resistant to mold, mildew, fungus and dust mites and does not pick up as much pore-clogging bacteria as cotton does, making it a better option for acne or breakout-prone skin. Silk’s smooth surface is also ideal for anyone with sensitive skin or skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis. Finally, silk naturally regulates body temperature in all conditions.
Yes! Silk is naturally hypoallergenic and non-irritating, which makes it an optimal choice for sensitive skin.
Wearing a sleep mask will allow you to sleep more peacefully, away from the anti-aging perks of silk mostly around sensitive path of your eyes.
Waking with wrinkles from having facial skin bunched up on a cotton pillowcase is a common problem. Silk pillowcases minimize sleep wrinkles by reducing friction on delicate skin and helping skin retain its moisture.
We utilize 6A grade silk, since that is the top mark and best quality silk available. Momme refers to the weight of the silk – 22 momme indicates a heavy silk with fine drape, a soft texture, and long-lasting versatility. These characteristics reflect our standards of quality. Our silk products can be found here.
Silk is a delicate fiber that requires special care. We recommend a cool hand wash, acute, porcelain, pH balanced detergent, ironing flat in the shade, and a cool iron for the best results. Our silk products can also be dry cleaned. Don’t use bleach items, and don’t blow dry. Some customers, even then, likes to machine wash their silk in a wash bag with detergent solution and on a cool, tricky machine set – up. It’s especially vital to recognize that detergents that aren’t specifically formulated for silk or delicate, as well as any use of disinfectant, can have an impact on the softness of the silk. Ironing can also be difficult for silk, so if you want to press it, make sure it’s completely dry before trying to turn it around, and place a cloth in between cool iron and silk. Read more here ….
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