How can Silk Improve the quality of your sleep?

If you’ve ever wondered whether silk can assist you in getting better sleep and how your diet could affect your tiredness, and in what way Feng Shui can put your body at ease, then keep watching our blog over the next few months. We’ll be bringing in a host of experts to give tips on how you can minimize disruption to your sleeping pattern and de-stress, so you get the best sleeping experience possible. This week, we’ll be discussing the health benefits of our range of silk products. Whether it’s bedding, underwear, cushions, or nightwear, there are multiple advantages to investing in silk.


Silk’s inherent properties and its double-stranded fibers resemble human hair. This is why silk is for keeping one’s body temperature cool. Silk creates a breathable yet insulating barrier between yourself and the ambient temperature which keeps your body cool in summer, and warm in the winter.


Silk is always a pleasure to touch your skin, however, experts are convinced that it could also slow down wrinkles. The material contains a natural protein as well as a number of all-important amino acids.

Research has concluded that amino acids can make wrinkles appear smoother and smoother as the nervous system gets more relaxed. Silk also has a natural chemical called albumen that stimulates the skin’s metabolism and helps skin cells are able to grow and repair. Silk doesn’t hold moisture, as well, which is beneficial when applying facial creams prior to you go to bed.

While cotton pillowcases might absorb some cream, silk pillowcases will ensure that the cream is absorbed completely while you are sleeping. Silk is beneficial to those with skin conditions, such as eczema. Some bedding materials may aggravate skin conditions like eczema over the course of a night, causing the skin to overheat and which can cause the skin to lose precious moisture. Silk, however, is soft and smooth. It allows your body to hold in moisture so that you are less susceptible to your skin becoming dry and itchy over the course of the night.


Silk pillowcases can provide significant advantages for the health and well-being that your hair. Although silk does not absorb liquids, its moisture-wicking features help to remove excess moisture and grease away of your system. This helps to ensure that your hair can remain dry and free of grease in the morning. The smoothness of the material also reduces thinning of the hair, which can cause potential split ends. Cotton can create friction between your head and the pillow, which can result in damaged and frazzled hair. The material’s anti-static qualities will also stop your hair from knotting.