Soft as Silk Bed Linen from Gingerlily

I’ve always been a white cotton sheets girl when it came to bed linen but I’ve been doing a little research into the benefits of silk and I’m also a kinda generous person so I’m going to share. silk bed linen 1

First off, silk unlike cotton, does not absorb moisture from the skin and hair due to its high protein content so it helps to keep hair glossy and skin soft, which also helps to prevent facial lines. That’s a good enough reason to swap to silk for me! silk bed linen 2

It also adjusts to individual body temperature and is naturally hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites. There you go; reasons two and three.

Made from the finest ‘A’ grade mulberry silk, Gingerlily’s silk bed linen is wonderfully soft and seamless with a subtle sheen. silk bed linen 3

And if you are still not persuaded just look at how beautiful it is!

To care for your silk bed linen, hand wash cool or machine wash at 30 degrees using a mild silk detergent. Cool tumble dry or air dry. 

April 3, 2014



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