A Satin pillow case is as beneficial to your complexion and hair as is to your mind for a restful night’s sleep. The silky sensation is like a breath of fresh air when the weather is warm. The fabric also comes with other benefits that leaves flannel and cotton cases in the dust.
Satin is soft to the touch and allows your face to glide against the pillow case. More abrasive fabrics, such as cotton, flannel and wool, can cause creases, lines and wrinkles to develop around your eyes, forehead and mouth. In addition, satin keeps eyelashes and eyebrows more intact as you move your face back and forth on the pillow.
Sleeping on a satin pillowcase helps smooth frizzy hair and minimizes static. The softness of satin eliminates the friction you get when your hair rubs against a harsher fabric. Another added benefit is that satin helps keep your hairdo looking fresher and less “slept on” in the morning. People who suffer from Alopecia Areata or side effects of chemotherapy finds that sleeping on satin keeps their hair from coming out in clumps.
Clears the Complexion
Satin pillowcases helps keep your skin supple and allow your pore to breath. Cotton pillowcases, on the other hand, draw the moisture from your skin as you sleep, regardless of the type, change pillowcases every few days because the natural oils and products residue from your hair can clog facial pores and lead to Acne.