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Mismatch silk pillowcase sheet sets consist of natural fabric sheets and two matching silk pillowcases - having the same design and color. The silk pillowcases reduces hair breakage, minimizes the appearance of wrinkles, retains moisture in skin and hair, are temperature regulating, hypoallergenic, and are naturally resistant to dust mites, mold, and fungus. These sheets are made with extra long staple cotton making them extremely soft and of great quality.

MYK Silk started with a simple belief, high quality silk can be accessible to everyone. Studying the production process of silk from start to finish, we developed a formula with advanced techniques to offer 100% mulberry silk products at an affordable price point. We weave more than just silk. We weave confidence, quality and comfort with every thread.

While rough cotton pillowcases break and tangle up your hair, the Zleep silk pillowcase offers no friction, preventing split ends and damage, so you wake up every morning to the happiest, frizz-free hair.

Cotton pillowcases soak up moisture and accumulate bacteria that cause acne, blackhead and other skin problems. Pure mulberry silk contains hypoallergenic properties that reduce inflammation while being soft and gentle on your skin.

A natural protein fibre, silk does not conduct static electricity, thus helping reduce hair breakage (the dreaded bed head). Unlike cotton, silk does not draw moisture away from your skin and hair. Instead it promotes a proper moisture balance and allows any face creams etc to be absorbed into your skin rather than into your pillow.

For the highest benefit to your skin & hair, we've kept our silk pillowcases their natural colour, so there are no dyes or chemicals used to whiten or colour them. The colour is a beautiful pearled ivory with a hint of cream. Unlike traditional silk, our silk is made from the silk cocoon after the silk moth has emerged. The unique production process of our eco-friendly mulberry silk results in a beautifully soft mulberry silk with a texture like that of a fine linen, and a more matte lustre than the shiny finish seen in traditional silk.

My fiance bought this pillowcase for me in Christmas of 2020 to help with my skin and acne. Other silk pillowcases have dyes or added chemicals that have made my skin irritated. However, since using this pillowcase, my skin has improved and surprisingly my hair is healthier as well. My fiance loved the pillowcase so much that I ended up buying one for her. I recommend this pillowcase to anyone that is looking for good quality silk.

Upgrade your beauty sleep with 100% mulberry silk. Sleeping on a silk pillowcase keeps your skin and hair hydrated, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and minimizes dreaded bed head. Plus, silk fiber contains 18 kinds of amino acids that make it amazing for skin nourishment, hypo-allergenic, and naturally thermoregulating to help maintain body temperature. Pair with our mulberry silk beauty sleep mask for the ultimate sleep experience.

How to choose a silk pillowcase Momme count, grade of silk, type of weave, and OEKO-TEXT Certification are the most important aspects of a silk pillowcase. Check the care instructions and other features, such as enclosure type and case size, for proper washing and convenient use.

A momme measures the density of a silk surface, so, in essence, the thicker the fabric, the better the quality. Naturally, a higher momme count equals a higher value for every silk product. Momme count determines the quality of silk pillowcases, which makes it significant in selecting your silk pillowcase.

Silk has three primary grades: A, B, and C. Other subcategories of silk include grade AAA, grade AA, grade BBB, grade BB, grade CCC, and grade CC. We will discuss only the three primary silk grades in this section for easy understanding.

Grade A silk is the best choice for silk floss that does not break so you can unravel it beautifully. A single silk floss can expand to a mile when stretched thoroughly. Thus it requires no stitching except keeping them intact on the edge of the comforter.

Grade B silk is made from cocoons that produce short floss instead of long floss. Because of this, grade B silk pillowcases may contain clumps, resulting in slight unevenness and air pockets over time.

Grade C silk is the innermost layer of the silk after the Grade A and Grade B silk has been removed. It is yellowish in color, sometimes with brown dots that resemble oil from the silkworm. It feels rough and has no sheen. It also has a noticeable shorter floss, which means that stitching is essential for the silk to cover the entire comforter.

Because it has the lowest quality among silk grades, Grade C silk is known to lack lightness and breathability. It usually is yellowish in color, so when you spot a white Grade C pillowcase, it is most likely bleached, potentially damaging the silk structure and making the pillowcase much rougher.

Weaves are incorporated into fabrics depending on the material. In the case of silk pillowcases, weaves are determined by the momme count of the fabric. Weave styles can determine the durability and longevity of a fabric. Below are the common types of silk weave and the best momme weight to use them.

Finally, we have the charmeuse weave, the best weave for silk pillowcases. Charmeuse weave is ideal for silk fabrics between 12 to 30 mm, so 25 mm silk pillowcases fit well in the middle of the range.

Thanks to the shiny texture on the outer side, charmeuse weave on silk assists in excellent hair and skin health. For the most part, silk has a hypoallergenic and non-absorbent characteristic that allows the skin and scalp to absorb all the good oils from the body and care products.

Silk has general care instructions when it comes to washing. Real silk can be washed both by machine and by hand. Likewise, real silk is vulnerable when wet. As discussed in our previous blog post, cold water is best on silk products, including pillowcases. With a pH neutral detergent and proper care, your silk can be sparkling clean again.

Another good news is that drying silk fabrics is a breeze - quite literally. So long as you avoid hanging it underneath the direct hit of the sun or ironing it, silk pillowcases dry pretty quickly with no fuss. You can wash it in the morning, and it will be ready to be used that night. If need be, steaming is more appropriate than ironing since steam is gentler on silk rather than harsh and direct heat.

Doing a background check on a brand is as essential as checking every feature a silk pillowcase has to offer. Before you make a final purchase, know the brand beyond the silk and check out these aspects:

When reading reviews and comments, aim to be unbiased so you can adequately gauge if the product is right for you. You may find bad reviews here and there and informative reviews explaining the common complaints. All of this feedback will help you make an informed decision while knowing the possible cons of a particular product, which in this case, are silk pillowcases.

Word on the Insta is that silk or copper pillowcases are the latest must-have beauty tool. We tucked into the research, plus asked the experts whether slumbering on certain fabrics will make a difference in our skin or tresses.

Copper pillow slips have copper oxide particles embedded in fabrics like polyester or nylon, and the science behind these cases is pretty sound. Research shows that using a copper pillowcase has antimicrobial and healing benefits for breakouts and may reduce and prevent fine lines and wrinkles.

People who like this silk pillowcase are happy with the fit of it in comparison to more expensive versions that seem to be a bit tight on standard pillows. But other folks have reported tears in the seams after just a couple of uses.

Like most air-dried items, silk pillowcases can be a bit stiff or wrinkled, but after a night of use, they go back to their normal, smooth selves. To get rid of wrinkles in the pillowcase, many brands allow ironing on low heat. Like all things, the better care you give your silk, the longer it will last. In turn, you can give yourself shiny locks and supple skin for years to come.

Good to Know: MYK Silk offers a variety of silk pillowcases from 19 to 30 momme, some with a cotton underside so you can get the best of both worlds. You can also find silk pajamas and robes for women and men, eye masks, scrunchies, and bonnets.

Good to Know: The pillowcase can also be purchased in a set of two and as a bundle with an added silk sleep mask. Did we mention it also comes with a matching silk and linen drawstring bag This may be your new travel companion.

Most pillowcases are made from cotton or microfiber, and come included in a set of sheets. You can also buy silk or satin pillowcases, both of which have a smoother texture than cotton and microfiber and are meant to help give you better hair or skin.

Silk pillowcases are made from, well, silk, a natural protein fiber from silk worms that's soft and breathable, meaning it allows air to pass through. Silk is more expensive than cotton and other kinds of fibers, which is why silk pillowcases are likewise more expensive than others.

Satin pillowcases are cheaper than silk because satin can be made from a variety of different fibers woven in a certain way to give the "shiny" satin feel and effect, according to manufacturer Lily Silk. Satin is typically made from polyester and has a similar smooth texture to silk, but is generally less breathable.

Most of us wake up with crazy hair in the morning, which can be a bummer if you spent a lot of time styling your hair the night before. That's because as you move around in your sleep, your hair rubs against your pillowcase, causing friction that can lead to tangles and even breakage. Silk pillowcases can help preserve your style and keep your hair smoother than a traditional cotton pillowcase, according to hairstylists, because they put less friction on your hair. 59ce067264


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