The Best Silk Accessories To Help You Get A Good Night's Sleep
Silk is the strongest natural fibre. It's hypoallergenic, dust mite-resistant, and allows skin to breathe. And it's also said to contain natural cellular albumen that helps speed up the metabolism of skin cells.
Unlike cotton, silk does not draw moisture away from your skin and hair, but encourages a proper moisture balance, while its extremely smooth and soft texture proves to be beneficial for those with sensitive skin conditions such as eczema.
Here are some of our favourite silk fashion and accessories:
1/4 Olivia Von Halle Silk Pajama
Inspired by 1920s lounge pyjamas worn by Coco Chanel, Olivia von Halle takes the traditional silk pyjamas and transforms them into something exceptional, blurring the lines between nightwear and ready-to-wear. This label is also a favourite of such celebrities as Rihanna, Selena Gomez and Gigi Hadid.
Available at oliviavonhalle.com
2/4 Slip Pillowcases
Available in queen and king sizes, Slip pillowcases are made from the highest grade mulberry silk for the ultimate beauty sleep. Gentle on the skin and hair, the pillowcases protect as well as hydrate your skin, reducing split ends, damaged hair, bedhead, sleep creases and premature stretching. It comes in several sophisticated colours including silver, white, rose gold and marble.
Available at sephora.com
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3/4 SilkFairy Scrunchies
Support our local brand by investing in these affordable silk scrunchies. SilkFairy's delicate, silk scrunchies are made with pure 22mm Mulberry silk. Hair glides smoothly over the silk, avoiding hair creases when you put it up in a bun or a ponytail. Thanks to the beautiful colours, they are wearable for any occasion, from casual to chic.
Available at silkfairy.com
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4/4 The Mode Silk Sleep Masks
Dreaming of a more luxurious sleep? The Mode Silk sleep masks are made of Mulberry silk that is gentle on the delicate eye areas and helps retains natural moisture as well as promote better sleep. Since it doesn't tug at delicate parts of the face, it also avoids unsightly creases on the skin. When you sleep on silk, delicate facial skin feels more hydrated in the morning.
Available at themode.ae
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