Oxford Pillowcase

mulberry silk Oxford pillowcase
mulberry silk Oxford pillowcase

Oxford Pillowcase

from 65.00

100% mulberry silk

For the highest benefit to your skin & hair, we've kept our pillowcases their natural color, so there are no dyes or chemicals used to whiten or color them. The color is a beautiful pearled ivory with a hint of cream. The unique production process of our eco-friendly mulberry silk results in a beautifully soft silk with a texture like that of a fine linen, and more matt luster than the shiny finish seen in regular silk. 

A natural protein fibre, silk does not conduct static electricity, thus helping reduce hair breakage (the dreaded bed head). Unlike cotton, silk does not draw moisture away from your skin and hair. Instead it promotes a proper moisture balance and allows any face creams etc to be absorbed into your skin rather than into your pillow.

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Silk is the strongest of natural fibers. It contains natural protein, 18 essential amino acids and natural cellular albumen, which helps speed up the metabolism of skin cells. 

A breathable fabric and a natural temperature regulator, silk helps the body retain heat in cold weather and excess heat is expelled in warm weather, helping your body maintain a comfortable temperature.

Silk is hypoallergenic; it does not attract dust mites and is a natural fungal repellent.

With its extremely smooth texture, silk proves to be beneficial for those with sensitive skin conditions (e.g. Eczema).

As silk does not conduct static electricity, sleeping on silk reduces hair breakage and helps your hair to maintain proper moisture balance.

I have always been a very bad sleeper and tried everything under the sun to help me sleep, but to no avail. Then I bought two silk pillowcases from Eva. I can honestly say I have never slept better and my skin and hair have improved also. I am now at a stage where I just couldn’t be without them; they have magical qualities and I love them.
— Jean Maguire, Dublin, Ireland