How can Silk Help your sleep?

In case you’ve wondered if silk can aid you in getting better sleep, how your diet can influence your sleep, and in what way Feng Shui can put your mind at ease; keep following our blog over the coming weeks. We’ll be featuring a number of experts who will be giving tips on how you will be able to minimize disturbances to your sleeping pattern and reduce stress, so that you get the best night’s rest you can. This week we’re focusing on the health benefits we get from our silk-based products. Whatever it is, whether it’s bedding, cushions or even clothes for sleeping, there are multiple advantages to investing in silk.

We always recommend our readers buy only the best and 100% silk sleep dresses to enhance their sleeping experience.


Silk is always a pleasure to touch your skin, but experts have proof that silk can also reduce wrinkles. The fabric contains a natural protein, as a also a number of vital amino acids. Research suggests that amino acids may make wrinkles appear smoother as the body’s nervous system becomes relaxed. Silk also contains a chemical albumen, which increases the metabolism of skin cells, so that skin cells develop and repair. Silk doesn’t retain moisture and is perfect in the event that you apply facial creams before getting to bed. Also, while cotton pillows might absorb some of the product, pillows made from silk make sure that all of it is absorbed before you rest. Silk is beneficial for people with skin conditions, such as eczema. The other bedding options can aggravate skin conditions such as eczema over the course of a night, causing the skin to heat up, leaving behind a lot of moisture. However, silk is light and smooth. It allows your body to hold in moisture thus reducing the possibility of you developing dry skin and itchy over the course of the night.


The natural properties of silk and its double-stranded fibres are comparable to human hair, which explains why the material is perfectly suitable for keeping temperatures of your body cool. Silk provides a breathable, and insulating barrier between your body and the temperature of the environment, which can keep you cool in summer, and warm in the winter.


Silk pillowcases offer significant advantages for the health for your hair. Although silk doesn’t absorb liquids, it’s moisture -wicking’ qualities help to move excess moisture and grease away of your system. This helps to ensure that your hair remains dry and devoid of grease on the next day. The silky texture can also help reduce the loss of hair that could cause possible split ends. Cotton can create tension between the head of yours and the pillow, which leads to damaged, frazzled hair. The anti-static properties of cotton help to prevent hair knotting.