Envelope 100% silk pillowcase 22mm in Black

There is no better feeling than soft, smooth, and luxurious silk that glides freely over your skin and hair when you sleep. A natural temperature regulator helps you feel cool and fresh. Reduce friction and hair thinning from breakage due to dry and knotted hair if you use it for travel or at home, you sleep consistently and differently on a black silk pillow cases over time.

 

 

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Envelope 100% silk pillowcase 22mm in Black

HYPOALLERGENIC AND ANTI-AGING

Silk fibers contain proteins that have natural anti-aging properties that prevent acne and wrinkles while keeping the skin hydrated, breathable, and radiant. Silk satin hair and skin pillowcase are believed by kinds of amino acids to effectively stimulate skin cell metabolism. The hypoallergenic properties of the pillowcase include a natural resistance to bacteria, dust mites, and allergens.

 

THE BEST GIFT FOR EVERYONE YOU LOVE

If you are looking for a gift for yourself or your family or friends, our pillowcase is the right product for you. We recommend buying two or more, it will be the most sincere gift that you or your friends receive.

 

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.