Silk is naturally hypoallergenic, meaning it can help reduce irritation and inflammation. It's also extremely soft and gentle on the skin, helping to protect it from damage caused by friction. In addition, silk is naturally breathable which helps keep your skin hydrated while you sleep. With all these benefits, it's no wonder why many people are turning to silk pillowcases for better skin health.
Have you ever wondered if sleeping on a silk pillowcase can benefit your skin? Silk pillowcases are becoming increasingly popular as people become more aware of the benefits they can offer.
1. Healthy and comfortable: Mulberry silk contains 18 essential amino acids and natural porous protein fiber components. It has excellent biocompatibility with the human body, feels soft and close to the body, and has a high degree of comfort. It is windproof, breathable, dehumidifying, and soothing, nourish and balance the effect of human skin.
2. Keeping warm and moisturizing: Mulberry silk contains a substance called "hydrophilic side amino acid", which is also a protein with the human body's cutin and collagen, and its structure is very similar. The seemingly solid mulberry silk is actually more than 38% hollow, which has a certain degree of air permeability and warmth retention. Its porosity is very easy for water molecules to diffuse, can absorb or emit water in the air, and maintain a certain amount of water.
3. Natural and environmentally friendly: silk fiber are free from pollution, pesticides and industrial pollution. Mulberry silk is very valuable and a pure natural green product. It also has excellent natural properties of anti-mite, anti-mildew and anti-bacterial, so it is very suitable for babies use by people with sensitive skin.