The Pro's of a Silk Pillowcase .
Satin pillowcases may seem like an unnecessary luxury, but there are some real benefits that come along with sleeping on a satin pillowcase. Satin pillowcases are amazing to sleep on, they instantly make me feel rich for some reason , they are soft and shiny, and have a luxurious feeling, but are these few benefits enough to make you wanna buy a satin pillowcases? No! but there are some beauty benefits that just might convince you that it is worth the investment.
1. Smoother Skin
Sleeping on a cotton pillowcase can result in sleep lines on your face. This may not seem that bad because sleep lines go away, but over time sleeping on a cotton pillowcase can also result in permanent wrinkles. Cotton doesn’t allow your skin to slide on the pillow as you move, which is why you can end up with sleep lines or wrinkles. However, if you switch to sleeping on a satin pillowcase you can avoid the lines and wrinkles because the satin allows your face to slide on the pillow.
2. Softer Skin
They help your skin retain moisture. Silk helps keep moisture close to your skin and will help your skin stay more hydrated than many fabrics on the market. Sleeping on silk is great option for helping your skin maintain its natural moisture. Save money on expensive moisturising creams by retaining more moisture in your face to begin with, by sleeping on silk pillowcases.
3. Shinier Hair
Just like cotton pillowcases absorb moisture from your skin, they also absorb moisture from your hair. This can leave you with dull, frazzled hair. Since satin won’t absorb the moisture from your hair, your hair will stay smooth and shiny when you sleep on satin pillowcases.
4. Less Hair Breakage
Sleeping on a satin pillowcase can help prevent hair breakage. Cotton is not as smooth as satin, and it can create friction between your hair and the pillow. Consequently, you can end up with hair breakage. Satin pillowcases do not create friction between your hair and the pillow, which means you will have less hair breakage.
5. Healthier You
It’s naturally hypoallergenic. Some of silk’s hypoallergenic properties include a natural resistance to dust mites, fungus and mold, in addition to many other allergens.
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Slip Silk Pillowcase made from Mulbury Silk With a Thickness of 22 Momme