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Pillowcases & Pillow Protectors


Frequently Asked Questions


Are silk pillowcases or bamboo pillowcases better?

Silk and bamboo are two luxurious options for pillowcases, bathrobes and comforters that help you sleep better and more comfortably. Which is better? Well, while silk is known for being soft, bamboo can be just as silky-smooth. Ultimately, bamboo is more durable than silk and less likely to rip or tear. Bamboo gets softer over time and offers hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties that silk does not. Plus, it’s vegan, so you can rest easier knowing you chose the sustainable option (go you!)

While silk is one of the most recognized materials, there’s such a thing as too silky. Silk is incredibly smooth and can be quite slippery at night. Because it has a tighter weave, it can also get hot, so it’s not an ideal material for hot sleepers. On the other hand, bamboo is more comfortable. With a vegan silk bamboo pillowcase, your head won’t slip off your pillow and the breathable weave will keep you cool all night.

Bamboo pillowcases are also much easier to care for than silk pillowcases. Instead of having to get them dry cleaned or washing them with a specially formulated detergent, all you have to do is throw them into your washing machine in cold water and dry them on low heat. Compared to silk pillowcases, bamboo is cooler, softer, easier to maintain and more durable. It’s also an ideal choice for you allergy sufferers out there because it’s naturally hypoallergenic.

Are bamboo pillowcases good for your hair?

Bamboo is a super soft material that feels smooth like silk but doesn’t trap heat. With a soft texture, your hair won’t get frizzy or tangled at night. Instead, bamboo pillowcases and pillow protectors can keep your hair healthy and prevent breakage. Our vegan silk bamboo pillowcases are gentle on all hair types, from curly hair to straight. Plus, bamboo naturally wicks away moisture that can cause frizz, tangles and breakage.

Are bamboo pillowcases worth it?

Yes! Bamboo pillowcases offer you the most bang for your buck, especially when compared to other high-end luxury materials like silk. Not to mention, bamboo is a much more sustainable option. It’s responsibly made and doesn’t harm any little silkworms, unlike traditional silk.

Looking for more than just a bamboo pillowcase? Complete your bed with our bedding bundles and duvet covers.

How often should you wash your bamboo pillowcase?

You should wash your bamboo pillowcase every time you wash your sheets (which should be about every two weeks or so). Depending on your skin type, you might want to wash your bedding more to prevent oils from building up on your pillowcase. Washing your bamboo pillowcase is easy; all you have to do is machine wash with cold water on the gentle setting and tumble dry on low heat. Easy as.

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