Satin has only one advantage over silk – the cost. Silk is a much better investment, though, as over time it can save you spending so much cash on facial creams, oils, lotions and serums.
So does sleeping on a satin pillowcase help your skin? It might, but this really depends on what you compare it to. When it comes to pure, top quality silk, there really is no comparison. It’s subtle, luxurious sheen means it looks better in your bedroom, and there are many benefits for your hair as well as your skin too.
For a product that will give you many years of far-more-than satisfactory use, silk is a very valuable investment. To give it the very best chance of success – and therefore ensure that your skin and hair look and feel the best they possibly can – go for a charmeuse weave silk pillowcase with a high momme count – between 19 and 22 is ideal. Sleep on a white silk pillowcase for the ultimate in luxury.