High/Low: Silk Pillowcase

 

There is a lot of hype around silk pillowcases and their touted benefits, which include wrinkle prevention/reduction, increased skin moisturization and reduced hair breakage.  While I can't speak to the wrinkle reducing properties, I love the feel of a silk pillowcase; it stays cool to the touch and makes a night's sleep feel a little more luxe.

 

LOW

 
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Lily Silk's 19 Momme Mulberry Silk Pillowcase is OEKO-Tex Certified, for a chemical-free nights sleep; $32 for queen.

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Spasilk 100% Silk Pillowcase; $24 for queen.

 

HIGH

 
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Elizabeth Few's Leizu collection features silk pillowcases hand dyed with flowers and natural pigments, resulting in beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces.  Seeded Eucalyptus (above) and Carnation/Chrysanthemum (below); $180.

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Slip Silk Pillowcase is made from mulberry silk; $79 for queen.