Silk, The More You Know

Sleeping on silk sheets is so beneficial for so many reasons and if you're using silk pillowcases then you probably feel like you've discovered the answer to all of your creased skin, bed head, and sleep problems. So, let's share the love of luxurious silk sheets with the rest of your body. Did you know that Natural silk contains amino acidsAmino acids can help repair skin damage and soften the look of fine lines and wrinkles and because silk reduces friction as you toss and turn in your sleep, it also lessens the pulling and creasing of your skin. Natural silk also protects your hair from split ends and frizz. Cotton pillowcases  absorb the oils from your hair and skin, which can leave your hair dry, brittle and prone to breakage (no matter what your hair type) and natural oils in your skin get absorbed into the fabric. Silk allows the hair to slide around on your pillow effortlessly, so you wake to smoother hair. Another added benefit: silk is naturally hypoallergenic, so it’s gentle for all skin types. Still not convinced to switch to luxurious silk bed sheets? Consider this: Silk is an incredibly breathable fabric, which is temperature-regulating. For all you hot sleepers out there, that means silk sheets are quick to adjust to your body temperature so you can have a cool, blissful night’s rest. No more waking up in a sweat. When looking to buy, the best silk sheets out there are going to be mulberry silk, which are on the pricier side, but will be super soft, durable, and the highest quality you'll find. Satin sheets are your next best option if you don't want to drop a ton of $$ on new sheets, but want to try out the silky feel. (The weave of the sheets is actually what's satin, the fabric is silk). Our Satin-Silk Bedding Set by Home Textile offers quality at a reasonable price. Visit for beautiful satin-silk sheets at a price that won't keep you up at night. 

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