Silk is soft and could be used to combat the effects of aging, thus more and more users like using silk pillowcases.
Mulberry silk, a h3, very fine and high quality silk made from silkworms that are only fed mulberry leaves, is hypoallergenic and odorless. Pillowcase made of mulberry silk does not need to be periodically aired out, to remove any odor. Besides, mulberry silk is very gentle on your hair and face when sleeping. You can purchase sheets and pillowcases which contain 100 percent mulberry silk.
Charmeuse silk, the finest of all silks, is known for its high shine and luster, its softness and breathability. This type of silk pillowcase not only allows the face to slide on the fabric instead of setting in and wrinkling but also reduces friction on the hair and reduces breakage. Therefore, individual who has brittle and damaged hair can try Charmeuse pillowcases.
Tussah silk, wild silk, is not uniform as cultivated silk and its color may be uneven. Compared with other types of silk, tussah silk is less expensive since it is made of mulberry leaves as well as other food and plants, and is not as durable as Mulberry silk.
Made from silkworms that live in Assam, Muga silk is very durable and colorful silk, and it comes in various shades of gold and yellow. And, although we can see Muga silk bedding and pillowcase, this silk is typically used for saris. However, since the fibers have low porosity, it cannot be dyed.