Silk pillows seem to be the new in-trend thing when it comes to bedding ware nowadays.
In the past year I have heard my colleagues talk about how their friends have gotten new silk pillowcases and how they look completely glamorous and beautiful; I have joined discussions with my friends on seasonal gift choices for their parents and in-laws, and silk pillowcases get brought up quite often because they are warm, light, soft and easy on the skin.
The increase in frequency of these “silk talks” has been nothing short of impressive, it almost feels like silk pillows have gained popularity overnight due to some sort of magical advertising, without, you know, the advertisements.
That being said, if you ask me if I’m surprised about this sudden surge in interest in silk pillows I would give you a big “no”. Consumers’ awareness in the effects a good night’s sleep can have on the overall health of the body has been rapidly rising and silk is really the most logical choice out of the big selection of pillows you can find on the market nowadays.
As a long time silk pillow and pillowcase user, I can attest fully to how much improvement I have received from the wonderfully crafted pillows these past 5 years, and it is my wish to see more and more people, not only limited to my friends and family, start to enjoy the comfort and health benefits silk pillows have to offer.
Starting today, I’m planning to write a series of articles on the benefits of pillows and pillowcases. I will try to provide the research behind all my claims, and at the end of the series give those who are interested in purchasing their own silk bedding ware the guidelines I myself use to buy silk so you don’t get confused and ripped off.