Benefits of Sleeping on Silk?
Silk is a luxurious fabric that looks fabulous but why would we choose it for our bedding over other fabrics?
Silk is all natural and hypo-allergenic which makes it suitable for people with allergies to down and feathers, or who just want to know that they are having the healthiest sleep possible. The skin is the body’s largest organ so whatever is directly touching our skin is of upmost importance.
The smooth texture of silk means less lines, creases and crinkles when you wake up. Silk is so gentle that it will not pull hairs out from your head at night when you sleep. It also helps to retain moisture of your hair and can assist in keeping the shape of an up-do or blow-dry for longer. Many hairdressers recommend silk pillowcases to their clients.
Repels Mite and Mould
Another quality of silk is it ability to repel mites, bed-bugs and mould. Silk is a wonderful mix of lightweight and soft yet it is comparable to steel in tensile strength. Allowing for the fabric to last for a long time when properly cared for. It also less frequent laundering than other fabrics because of it’s repellent nature.
Silk Cost Effective Bedding
Silk is great at regulating the body temperature. It keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Clients use the same bedding year round and report that it is suitable for all weathers, without having to have multiple duvets or blankets to accommodate each season.
Finally silk feels wonderful to the touch and most people can never go back to other fabrics after sleeping on it.