Say Hello To Smooth, Healthy Hair With These Pillowcases
After a great night’s rest, waking up to frizzy bedhead, tough tangles, and acne is a frustrating way to start a day. While this may feel inevitable, some pillowcases are designed to reduce these effects. The best pillowcases won’t crease skin or damage hair and limit bacteria buildup to reduce breakouts. Here are seven of the best pillowcases available on Flip.
KITSCH’s satin pillowcases are your newest nighttime necessity. These eco-friendly and luxurious pillowcases are gentle on hair, lessen friction while you sleep, and feel super soft, helping you get uninterrupted rest. They feature a hidden zipper and come in various colors to complement any sheet set and decor.
Hotline Hair Ties’ machine washable satin pillowcases are the secret to defeating breakage and frizz. They’re affordable, super smooth, wrinkle resistant, and feature an envelope closure as a stylish finishing touch. If you aren’t already sold, the delicate pink shade brings a perfect pop of color to any bedding set.
Introducing the best silk pillowcase for reducing bedhead and skin creases. This hypoallergenic mulberry silk pillowcase is ultra-soft and 22-momme thick for a durable, luxurious feel. Slip silk pillowcases are a favorite among dermatologists because silk is less absorbent than other fabrics, meaning skincare products stay on your face rather than transferring to your pillow.
This sleep set keeps hair smooth, reduces breakage, and conquers creases, so you wake up ready for anything. The set features an ultra-soft satin pillowcase, an eye mask, and a satin scrunchie, all of which are gentle to skin and hair, allowing you to sleep more soundly. With a zipper closure, the pillowcase seamlessly covers your pillow and is an elegant addition to any bed.
Introducing the ultimate anti-aging pillowcase. The Morpheus Pillow Recovery Pillowcase brightens skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, leaving you with a radiant complexion. This clinically proven pillowcase is woven with copper fibers to deliver anti-aging results like smoothing and firming skin while you sleep. Plus, it’s non-irritating, making it safe for all skin types.
Say hello to the best birthday gift idea for her, the Kitsch Towel Pillow Cover. This pillow cover is made for those who wash their hair at night — place it over your usual pillowcase and dry your hair while you sleep with soft and gentle microfiber. The cover’s waterproof, so your pillow remains dry and damage-free.
Travel in style with Slip’s Black Travel pillowcase set and enjoy smooth skin and a youthful glow no matter where you are. Silk pillowcases absorb significantly less product than cotton ones, and they create less friction on delicate skin and hair. The set includes a pillowcase with a pillow insert and a face mask, so hair and skin are left feeling renewed and irritation-free.
What’s the difference between silk and satin?
Silk is a natural fiber spun from silkworms and woven into fabric. This fiber is often used for high-quality items, like luxury pillowcases.
Satin is a synthetic weave of different fabrics to create something resembling silk. It’s typically made of polyester or nylon and is often used to make clothing. A simple way to separate the two fabrics is to think of satin as the budget-friendly, synthetic version of silk.
What’s better — a silk or satin pillowcase?
Regarding skin and hair health, there’s not much difference between silk and satin pillowcases. Both have smooth textures and are less absorbent, meaning there’s less bacteria and product transfer. While high-quality silk may feel more luxurious and soft, satin pillowcases provide all the same benefits.
When deciding between the two, consider your price-point and consumer ethics. Some brands have higher standards regarding material acquisition and manufacturing practices, and satin is usually cheaper than silk.
How does a pillowcase affect skin and hair?
Pillowcases absorb skin and hair-care products, oils, dirt, and moisture while you sleep. If you’re not washing your pillowcases regularly or using products that reduce absorption, your pillowcase becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, causing breakouts and messing with your hair’s natural texture.
Even with regular pillowcase washing, cotton presents hidden challenges. Cotton pillowcases absorb face and hair products easier, making your potions less effective. Nobody wants their luxury moisturizer ending up on their pillowcase rather than their face.
Cotton also has a rougher texture than silk and satin, leading to friction that causes dry, frizzy bedhead and hair breakage. A softer pillowcase keeps hair smooth and reduces messy tangles. If you want to preserve your curls or perfect blowout, a silk or satin pillowcase is the answer.
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