Envelope silk pillowcase 22mm in ivory

Silk has 18 types of amino acids that are to effectively stimulate skin cell metabolism, help maintain its natural moisture and reduce facial wrinkles, preventing dry or knotted hair, and reduce hair loss. Envelope-style silk pillowcases have been used by celebrities and Hollywood stars for decades to keep their skin and hair soft and youthful. It’s your turn.

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Envelope silk pillowcase 22mm in ivory

HIGH-QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP

Beautiful silk luster with strong stitching. Created by experienced silk makers and made from fresh, non-spoiling silkworms. The envelope closure is meant to avoid any occasional scratches from the metal / plastic zippers in order that the silk lasts longer. With 22 momme mulberry silk on both sides, it keeps your skin and hair healthy.

 

EASY AND DURABLE CARE

Our envelope-style mulberry silk pillowcases can be put straight into the washing machine without the fear of fading or shrinking. Hand or machine wash in cold water on gentle cycle with mild detergent and air dry. 8mm silk has the durability to last up to ten years with proper care and washing.

Dimesion

Australian pillowcase sizes

 

Standard size 51x66cm

Queen size  51x76cm 

King size 51x86cm 

Dimesion

Silk pyjama sizes

 

 

Standard size 51x66cm

Queen size  51x76cm 

King size 51x86cm 

 

WHERE DOES SILK COME FROM?

Silk is a natural protein fiber that comes from insect larvae. The most common silk is obtained from the cocoons of the larvae of the mulberry silkworm, or Bombyx mori.

WHAT IS SILK PROTEIN?

Silk protein is a fibrous protein formed by converting silk from the cocoon of the silkworm. Its molecular structure is similar to that of the collagen fibers that make up our skin. It naturally helps to increase skin elasticity, speeds up skin cell functioning, prevents wrinkles, and tightens and smooths the skin.

SERICIN

Sericin is the outer layer of silk protein that helps bind the strands of silk together into a cocoon. It helps to coagulate and heal wounds, reducing the risk of infection. Sericin is the silk protein most commonly found in hair products. This is because silk proteins help to prevent and repair hair damage.

FIBROIN

Fibroin is the protein on the inside of silk. Because it’s on the inside, fibroin is responsible for silk’s structure. Most skincare products use the fibroin protein because of its high percentage of glycine and alanine. This combo has amazing effects on the skin.