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We spend a third of our lives in bed. Silk pillowcases absorbs significantly less face cream than cotton pillowcases. The moisture pulled into the pillow can also draw in allergens and bacteria, causing damage and reactions to your hair and skin. Sleeping on a silk surface means less moisture will be taken from your skin and hair, so they can help keep your skin’s moisture and valuable face and hair products where they belong.

The silk surface also reduces the friction between your skin and hair against the pillow, which can result in less breakage when it comes to your hair and potentially less opportunity to cause skin irritation or reactions while sleeping.



When you sleep, you gain an average of 5 kg of weight on your skin. If you sleep on a cotton pillowcase, your face is pressed into the cotton, which absorbs the skin's moisture while giving you deepened lines and sleep wrinkles. That's why you wake up with sleep crease. Although it usually disappear later the same day, they can be gradually "ironed in" over the years.

Sleeping on silk is a fantastic beauty secret. Sleep wrinkles is nothing but a memory and the skin will feel moisturized and smooth every morning.




During the night's sleep, your hair risks to losing shape and becoming both tangling and frizzy. When you move during your sleep, your moisture-deprived hair rubs against the cotton fibres of your pillow, causing a lot of friction. Over time, the hair becomes weak and brittle, and can break off. Silk pillowcase reduces friction while maintaining the hair's natural oils. It makes you wake up with a smooth, healthy and soft hair. Hairdressers also recommend silk pillows to customers to preserve their blow out.