How Can Silk help your sleeping habits?

How Can Silk help your sleeping habits?

Are you curious about how silk can help you have better sleep, how your diet can be a factor in your tiredness, or what ways Feng Shui can put your mind at ease, continue watching our blog over the coming weeks. We’ll be featuring several experts giving you advice on how to can minimize disruption of your sleep cycle and reduce stress so that you get the best quality sleep you can get. This week we’re focusing on the health benefits we get from our selection of silk products. Whatever it is, whether it’s bedding, cushions, or even clothes for sleeping, there are multiple advantages to investing in silk.


Silk always feels amazing against your skin, but dermatologists have evidence that suggests it could also slow down ageing. Silk is a natural protein as also a number of vital amino acids. Research has shown that amino acids could make wrinkles appear smoother when the nervous system becomes more relaxed. Silk also contains a natural chemical albumen, which speeds up the skin’s metabolism in order that skin cells can develop and repair. Silk isn’t able absorb moisture also, which is a good thing in the event that you apply facial creams before you go to bed. While cotton pillowcases might absorb some cream, silk pillowcases ensure that all of it is absorbed before you lay down. This material is particularly beneficial for people with skin problems like eczema.

Every woman with problems like eczema should always wear silk women’s robes since it will prevent allergies and irritation.

  • The other bedding options can aggravate skin conditions like eczema over the course of a night, causing the skin to become overheated, and thereby reducing the moisture. Silk is, however, light silky and smooth. It also allows your body to keep moisture which reduces the likelihood of being dry or itchy during the night.


The natural properties of silk and the double-stranded fibers it has are similar to human hair, which explains why the material is perfectly designed to keep your body temperature cool. Silk creates a breathable but also insulating, barrier between you and the temperature around you, that keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.


Silk pillowcases can offer many advantages for the health and wellbeing of hair. Although silk does not absorb liquids, it’s ‘moisture wicking properties help move excessive grease and moisture from your body. This helps to ensure that your hair remains dry and devoid of grease on the next day. The softness of the fabric will also lessen the loss of hair, which could lead to potential split ends. Cotton could cause irritation between your head and pillow, which leads to damaged, frazzled hair. The anti-static properties of cotton can also keep your hair from knotting.