If you’ve ever wondered whether silk can help you have better sleep and how your food habits can influence your sleep, and which aspects of Feng Shui can put your mind at ease, continue reading our blog in the next few weeks.
We’ll have a selection of experts who will be giving you advice on how to can lessen disruptions to your sleep patterns and relieve stress so you get the most restful night’s rest you can. This week, we’ll discuss the health benefits of our range of silk products. Whether it’s bedding, cushions, or women’s sleepwear there are many reasons to invest in silk.
Silk always feels great against your skin, but dermatologists are convinced that it can also help stop getting older. Silk is a natural protein as well as a variety of essential amino acids. Studies have concluded that amino acids can help make wrinkles appear less saggy as the nervous system becomes more relaxed. Silk also contains chemical albumen, which boosts the metabolism of the skin which means that the skin cells are able to grow and repair.
Silk doesn’t retain the moisture it also doesn’t absorb moisture, which is great when you apply creams and serums before going to bed. Also, while cotton pillows could absorb some product, pillows made from silk are sure that the cream is absorbed completely while you go to sleep.
The material is also particularly beneficial to those with skin conditions, such as eczema. Other bedding materials can often aggravate skin conditions such as Eczema at night by causing the skin to overheat and which can cause the skin to lose precious moisture. Silk, on the other hand, is lightweight and smooth, allowing your body to keep moisture thus reducing the possibility of being dry or itchy during the night.
The natural properties of silk and its double-stranded fibers resemble human hair, which is why silk is designed to keep the temperature of your body cool. Silk offers a comfortable, but also insulating, the barrier between you and the surrounding temperature, which keeps your body cool during summer and warm in winter.
Silk pillowcases can provide significant advantages to the health of your hair. Although silk does not absorb liquids, its moisture-wicking properties help move the grease and excess moisture away from your system. It also ensures that your hair remains dry and lacking in grease the next day.
The silky texture can also help reduce the loss of hair, which could lead to possible split ends. Cotton may cause abrasion between your hair and the pillows, which may result in damaged and frazzled hair. The anti-static properties of the material will also stop your hair from knotting.