Reduces Chemical Exposure
Cotton is a type of fibre that is processed in many different ways. Dyes and conditioners are used to give it the kind of crispness and texture that is desirable on the market, and these chemicals can, over time, interact badly with your skin. Silk, on the other hand, is produced in a very simple fashion. It is far more natural, and it allows you to enjoy a natural sleep free of chemical fumes.

Hypoallergenic
If you look at a silk fibre under a microscope, you will see that it is very smooth, where a cotton fiber looks very frayed. The slickness of a silk fibre prevents it from catching and holding molds, mildews and fungi, all of which contribute to allergies. If you want allergy-free rest, choose a silk pillowcase.

Retaining Moisture
Have you ever noticed that when you wake up in the morning, you feel very dry and tired? If so, the moisture of your face and head might have been leached away by your very absorbent cotton pillow. Silk repels water rather than absorbing it, and because of this, you will find that your skin stays a great deal more moisturized through the night. This is a good way to combat both wrinkles and dehydration. 

Reduce Tangles
Are you someone who is frustrated and irritated when your hair is a mess first thing in the morning? If you want to make sure that your hair stays in good shape and you are spared an irritable twenty minutes trying to get it in order in front of the mirror, a silk pillowcase is the way to go. A silk pillowcase will smooth your hair rather than grabbing on to it, and it can make you sleep more restfully because your hair is not being tugged as well.

Think about your rest and what you would do to improve it. Silk pillowcases are amazing tools for helping you get better healthy sleep, so consider how one could change your night! s