Last updated on January 6th, 2023 at 09:45 pm
Discover why sleeping on mulberry silk can literally save your strands!
Does your hair have difficulty retaining moisture?
Do you strands feel like straw when you get out of bed in the morning?
Change Just One Thing
Sometimes seeing improvement in just one area of your life requires you to change just one thing.
Let’s say you’ve been exercising to lose weight. I’m talking about every day you do 30 minutes on the treadmill. You’ve already changed your eating habits but no matter how much you exercise, you don’t lose a pound.
Then, you discover weight lifting and add it to your regimen every other day. Bam! 5 pounds down in no time.
That one simple change in your exercise routine. You added some weight training.
See this article: the Power of Doing Just One Thing
Diligent Hair Care but no change
It’s the same thing with your hair. You may be following the same hair regimen. You’re diligent about it, even. Every week you:
In addition to those tasks, you wear low manipulation styles and only finger detangle exclusively. Yet, your hair still feels dry and parched. And, you just washed it yesterday!
So, you do some research online to find out causes of dry hair (click that to discover the many causes and none have to do with your health). Then, after reading 5 blogs and watching 11 YouTube videos, you discover something. There’s one thing you are doing that could be drying your hair out – and fast.
Benefits of Sleeping on a Silk Pillowcase
You make the switch to sleeping on a silk pillowcase. Then, for the first time in forever, you wake up after wash day to discover hair that’s still moisturized and not looking or feeling dehydrated.
Silk is not only great at alleviating this one cause of dry hair (sleeping on cotton). It’s excellent for your skin too!
Satin is the more affordable material but silk is the ultimate of all materials to sleep on. Yet, if you start sleeping on Mulberry silk, it gets even better.
Mulberry silk is a luxury type of silk. It’s a smooth, naturally hypo-allergenic and highly breathable fiber that resists absorption of moisture from your hair. Mulberry silk is the highest quality silk that you can buy.
If silk, Mulberry or otherwise is not in your budget then switch from using a cotton pillowcase to a satin one.
This one act of switching to a satin or silk pillowcase can literally save your hair.