Functions of Silk Pillowcases

Silk is easy to care for and will retain its beauty for years. It is usually used in legacy and heirloom pieces that are passed down from generation to generation. Why does silk has this charm? Lets see start with silk pillowcases.

Among our beddings, pillows are always cannot be forgotten. If you have a tooth brush, you must have a tooth paste. Similarly, If you get a pillow, you must get a pillowcase. Why do we need a pillowcase and what functions do pillowcases have? The following reasons may help you understand.

First of all, silk pillowcases help protect your skin. Protein plays an important role in maintaining your skin’s health. For most people. their skin is deprived of the right amount of protein after spending the whole day, and particularly while they are in sleep. Silk naturally contains several proteins made up of 18 essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein) that enhance the quality of the skin. The biggest benefit that popular among people is that silk can help fight skin aging and prevent winkles.

Additionally, Silk can keep your face moisturized. One key element of preventing wrinkles and skin damage is to keep your face properly moisturized. Different from cotton pillowcases, silk pillowcases try to absorb much of the moisture in your face. The smooth, tightly woven nature of a high quality silk pillowcase naturally seals moisture into your skin.

On top of that, silk is much better for your hair. Your face isn’t the only part of your head that benefits from silk pillowcases. Because of its smoothness, silk allows your hair to glide gently over the pillowcase as you sleep, so instead of causing a cluster of knots and tangles, your hair is left relatively untouched.

Besides, silk pillowcases are hypoallergenic and fight allergens. Millions of people across the globe suffer from some sort of allergies. Some of the biggest culprits for disconcerting allergic reactions are right in your bed. Most bedding materials actually support the existence of these allergens by locking them in. Silk, on the other hand, fights dust, fungus, mold, mites and more as you sleep.