The Ruby Simone Silk Difference
Skin Care and Beauty
Sleeping on silk pillowcases is taking a preventative approach to skincare. Silk allows the skin to slide, so it won’t pull or tug. This reduces crease lines and marks across your face, neck and décolleté. Silk pillowcases won’t soak up your face creams at night as it is non-absorbent, therefore silk will also not deplete your natural moisture levels daily, very important after facial waxing procedures.
Silk Pillowcases can help ease flaky, dry or itchy skin. Silk contains a protein and essential amino acid, which makes it a natural, skin-friendly material. Sufferers of skin conditions such as eczema or rosacea will benefit from sleeping on silk pillowcases.
People with eyelash extensions will find they are losing fewer extensions when sleeping on silk pillowcases, giving them more value for money from this service and reducing the amount of work for their lash artist at the refill appointments.
Medicinal Cosmetic Procedures
Silk is a natural fibre and hypoallergenic, therefore it “breathes “with your skin – minimising sweat pimples and irritation. It is imperative that skin “slides” on the pillowcase after skin treatments, such as cosmetic tattoo, laser and derma pen as silk allows the skin to lift when its ready by minimising friction, trauma and rubbing.
Silk pillowcases are great for your hair also. Silk does not roughen or agitate the hair cuticle – by gliding on the silk pillowcase, your hair remains much less tangled, minimising breakage and extending the life of your blow-wave or straightening style.
Men & Facial Hair
Just as your hair and skin are not irritated or tangled, similarly, your facial hair is not disturbed throughout the night. This means eyebrows are more symmetrical and eyelashes are the same length on each side. Men can enjoy less patchy facial hair growth, creating a full, more symmetrical appearance.