The soft and silky sensation isn’t just comfortable to sleep on, but it has a range of other benefits too.
Harsher materials like cotton, wool, or flannel are also more likely to increase the likelihood of you developing lines and wrinkles. Satin is far more gentle on the skin and even reduces the chance of eyelashes and eyebrow hairs being torn out during sleep. If your hair tends to get frizzy, you should notice that it’s much easier to style in the mornings once you’ve switched to satin pillowcases. You’re also less likely to lose hair while you sleep on satin. Using a satin pillowcase will ensure the material isn’t rough enough to dislodge eyelashes. In fact, satin can help protect your lashes and decrease the need for the use of eyelash extensions. Similarly, if you are prone to dry skin and require a lot of moisture to keep your skin looking supple and youthful, satin can help. Other materials, like cotton, soak up moisture. Satin allows your skin to retain it. This is especially true if you like to blowdry your hair before going to bed. The sleek sensation of satin is much kinder to dry hair. When you’ve got a cold or infection, cotton and flannel pillowcases aren’t as breathable as satin. If you’re congested, satin pillowcases can help you to get a good night’s sleep. When cotton or flannel pillowcases are overused, they become harsher on your skin. The beauty of satin is that it will stay as gentle on your skin and hair as the day you bought it.
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