Take your beauty, sleep, and travel routine to the next level with silk.
Silk is known as one of the most luxurious fabrics in the world but did you know it’s also a miracle for your skin and hair? The once exclusive symbol of royalty is now readily accessible for your beauty and pleasure.
Let’s take a look at the top 3 benefits of silk and why you should own a piece.
1. Healthy Skin and Hair
Healthy skin and hair starts with proper self-care and personal hygiene. Many fabrics are man-made synthetics, therefore are abrasive, irritating, and harsh on the skin.
Silk is a 100% natural material. It lets the skin breathe, maintain moisture, and reinforce smoothness. Its composition makes it the ideal buffer against micro-damage, wrinkles, and hair damage.
Tip: Check the tags to see what material your pillowcase/eye mask is made of.
2. Beauty Sleep
We spend about 1/3 of our lives in bed yet we never stop to think what we’re putting our heads on all of this time. Traditional cotton pillowcases and eye masks pull moisture out of our skin, leaving it dry and creased. The roughness of cotton also leaves our hair in an unforgiving mess and prone to breakage. Though the damaging effects aren’t clear now, it will eventually show over time.
Defend your skin and hair from damage by introducing silk into your beauty routine. All it takes is a simple preventative approach and you will soon notice the positive difference.
Tip: Start by viewing our Silk Collection.
Silk is suitable for those with allergies or sensitive skin. The proteins that make up silk are resistant to dust mites and fungal growth. Its smooth, natural fibres ensure skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, and inflammations, are not triggered.
Tip: Because it doesn’t retain moisture and prevents the onset of mold, silk is perfect if you live in a warm, humid climate.
Make the change to silk. It’s simple, healthy, and effective.
At VOHCO, our silk is sourced directly from its origins in the Jiangsu province of China, where traditional methods of silk cultivation are still practiced. We only use the highest quality and grade of silk.