3 Reasons why you Should Invest in a Silk Pillowcase

Although expensive, silk pillowcases are an investment for your hair and skin.

3 Reasons Why You Should Invest in a Silk Pillowcase

Silk pillowcases have been recommended by many beauty influencers for the past couple of years. One really famous brand is Slip, a brand that sells everything silk from pillowcases, scrunchies to sleep masks.

Slip sells its pillowcases for $95 a piece. Although it’s on the expensive side, silk pillowcases come with some benefits for your hair and skin health.

  1. Say Goodbye to Wrinkles

With its smooth texture and minimum friction, there will be less creasing on your skin when you sleep on your side or on your face. When you toss and turn, your skin tend to crease and create wrinkles which can be prevented with silk pillowcases.

2. No More Dry Skin

If you have dry skin, you should really consider investing in one. Silk does not absorb moisture as much as generic materials such as cotton do. This keeps your skin from drying out. With silk pillowcases absorbing less moisture and dirt, it will also be a better choice for people with acne-prone skin.

3. Less Friction = Less Frizzy

Silk pillowcases can prevent frizzy hair. Again with its minimum friction, you will wake up with smooth and untangled hair as compared to using normal cotton pillowcases.      

Silk pillowcases are definitely an investment with all the benefits mentioned above. Plus, they look pretty and feel so soft on your skin. Its high price will be worth it once you notice the difference it makes in your daily life.

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