How Can Silk Improve your night’s sleep?

In case you’ve wondered about how silk can aid in getting better rest, how your diet can affect your fatigue levels, and the ways that Feng Shui can put your mind at ease, be sure to keep on our blog throughout the next few months. We’ll be featuring a range of experts who will be giving tips on how you can lessen disruptions to your sleep routine and de-stress, so you can get the best night’s rest you can. This week, we’ll be discussing the health benefits of our silk range of products. Whether it’s bedding, cushions, or women’s restwear, there are multiple reasons to invest in silk.


Silk is an excellent material to apply to your skin. However, experts have proved that it may also aid in preventing getting older. The material contains a natural protein, as well as numerous amino acids. Studies have concluded that amino acids can help make wrinkles appear smoother when the nervous system is relaxed. Silk also has natural chemical albumen, which stimulates the skin’s metabolism, so that skin cells develop and repair. It isn’t able to absorb moisture and is perfect for applying creams to your face prior to getting to bed. Thus, although cotton pillowcases may absorb some of the creams, the silk pillows are sure that it’s absorbed as you rest.

The fabric is beneficial for people with skin conditions like eczema. Other bedding materials can often aggravate skin conditions like eczema over the course of a night, causing the skin’s temperature to rise, and losing precious moisture. Silk, on the other hand, is lightweight silky, and smooth. It also allows the body to retain water, reducing the chance of the skin getting dry, itchy, and rough overnight.


Silk’s natural characteristics and the double-stranded fibers it has are similar to human hair, which is why it is suited to keeping your body temperature cool. Silk can provide a breathable and insulating barrier between your body and the surrounding temperature, which can keep your body cool in summer and warm during the winter.


Silk pillowcases can provide significant benefits to the health and appearance of your hair. Although silk doesn’t hold liquids, its moisture-wicking qualities help to move the excess grease and moisture away from your body. This helps to ensure that your hair will remain dry and lacking in grease in the morning. The softness of the fabric also reduces thinning of the hair, which could lead to potential split ends. Cotton can cause an abrasion between your hair and pillows, which may result in damaged and frazzled hair. The anti-static properties also prevent your hair from knotting.