Benefits of Silk

Good For Your Skin, Your Hair, Your Head, Your Mind, The Planet.

Hawaiians say: “Aloha Po e hiamoe pono oe” which means “Sleep well and sweet dreams.”  

Hiamoe / is the Hawaiian word “for peaceful sleep.”

As cool as an evening breeze. As soft as a lover’s kiss. Silk is good for our precious skin and Mother Nature approved: Natural, biodegradable, and with no plastic additives so silk doesn’t put microplastics into the water when washed. 

A silk pillowcase might feel like magic, but it’s not a magic wand. It won’t turn back the hands of time but it can slow them down as silk has properties which will provide your skin with more luminosity and health than other fabrics. 

Silk fabric is friction-free and helps prevent skin creasing. As skin ages it loses elasticity and sleep creases can become more pronounced. These creases may disappear as the day goes on, but it turns out that repeated compression and creasing of the face during sleep can turn into permanent wrinkles over time. Silk allows your skin to glide without creasing.  Short of sleeping on a ceramic neck pillow to keep your head in place, a silk pillowcase is the next best thing. 

Silk also helps retain moisture, keeping your skin nice and hydrated without zapping it of valuable moisture which can be beneficial in wrinkle prevention. For anyone who goes through a nightly skincare routine, silk will aid and abet that discipline as silk absorbs less moisture than cotton. 

Thanks to silk's super smooth texture, hair glides over it without any friction, which means you'll be less likely to wake up with frizzy hair, tangles, split ends, or bed head – whereas cotton can dry hair and create a nest of tangles overnight.  

Silk pillowcases provide natural health and beauty benefits to help you sleep peacefully and wake refreshed and rejuvenated.

Good for your skin, good for your hair, good for your head, good for your mind.

Talking about natural health.