The latest report provides consumers with valuable insights into the advantages of silk bed sheets, explaining how they can help to improve skin and breathability for better sleep and comfort.
More details can be found at https://mayfairsilk.com/blogs/general/5-benefits-of-sleeping-on-silk-fitted-sheets
Mayfairsilk’s report is the most recent in a range of articles outlining why switching to silk bedding is an investment that can benefit all customers, and helping to bring to light the range of reasons silk is considered a premium fabric.
The report begins by discussing the rising popularity of silk sheets and quickly moves on to detail the properties of silk that make it a high-end, advantageous fabric for sleeping on. As a natural fibre, silk is structured with a number of tiny holes, the author explains. This helps to promote air circulation during sleep, ensuring that the sheets stay cool and dry at all times, and regulates body temperature.
The article also points out that this makes silk bedding particularly popular during the warmer, summer months, and among those who struggle with hot flushes and night sweats.
Another benefit of sleeping on silk fitted sheets is its calming quality, which is ideal for those with sensitive and eczema-prone skin. The report compares silk to sleeping on cotton and explains that cotton can dehydrate the skin by absorbing moisture from it, whilst simultaneously acting as a breeding ground for bacteria. Silk, in comparison, is both hypoallergenic and antibacterial, which the author explains can keep some skin-related issues at bay.
Later, the author quotes The Sleep Charity’s research, which states that 40% of those in the UK have sleep issues, but adds that sleeping on silk can improve this by creating a better sleep environment.
Mayfairsilk goes on to suggest that the thermoregulating properties of silk sheets can contribute to this improved environment, as well as detailing the reasons pure silk is ideal for those with a range of allergies.
The company also mentions that their silk is of the highest quality and OEKO-Tex Standard 100 certified as free from harsh chemicals and dyes.
Interested parties can find out more at https://mayfairsilk.com
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