Sleep on Silk – Is it time to Switch to Silk?

Is it time to switch to silk? Experts are claiming that this simple change can make a big difference to your skin and hair, your quality of sleep, and your overall health.

“Gingerlily silk pillowcases are a pleasure to sleep on and their friction reducing properties make them a great addition to any beauty regime.”

Silk isn’t just luxurious to the touch, it is becoming increasingly recognised as a natural, allergen-free alternative to traditional down, feather and synthetic duvets and pillows. And as well as adding a touch of glamour to your bedroom, silk bed linen offers a host of beauty benefits; in fact, it is the beauty secret of celebrities including Kate Winslet, Eva Longoria and Cheryl Cole. So what are these elusive qualities that make sleeping on silk so good for you?

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Dr Rabia Malik, Cosmetic Doctor, SkinW1 and Grace Belgravia says:

“Gingerlily silk pillowcases are a pleasure to sleep on and their friction reducing properties make them a great addition to any beauty regime.”

Michael Cimino, previous Artistic Director at Michaeljohn and Umberto Giannini is a huge advocate for Gingerlily’s 100 per cent silk pillowcases; he says:

“The hair doesn’t stick to silk in the same way that it does to cotton; the hair shafts remain smoother and glossier.”

Gingerlily uses only the finest ‘A’ Grade long fibre mulberry silk in its pillows, duvets and mattress toppers, as well as for its 100 per cent silk bed linen. Independently graded, mulberry silk yarn is the purest; clean and free from adulterated materials and chemicals. Cheaper silk bedding may seem like value for money, but only Grade ‘A’ mulberry silk offers a host of benefits that lesser silks don’t; it is breathable, hypo-allergenic and less abrasive to your skin and hair. This focus on quality is what makes Gingerlily products so special and with prices starting at just £39 for a silk pillowcase they aren’t as expensive as people may think – especially given the proven benefits!

So… as another year passes, can you afford not to sleep on silk?

To find out more about Gingerlily’s 100 per cent silk pillowcases please click here.

 

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