Our Silk Secrets
Silk products by White Trousseau are made from the highest grade pure 100% organic Mulberry silk.
Silk has built a name for itself as one of the most sought-after fabrics on the planet. Because of its natural luster and smoothness, it is a premium product that any man or woman would gladly pay hundreds of dollars for. All in all, silk's beauty transcends intimate sleepwear and high-end bedsheets! If you’re still on the fence about getting yourself silkwear, we’re sure you’ll change your mind after you find out about the wonders a little silk can do for your lifestyle!
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You read that right! Silk has a natural, cloud-like aspect to it, which helps you feel revitalized. There's something about it that feels everlasting, and it's not simply because of the texture. Silk amino acids, a naturally occurring nutrient contained in the fabric, have been shown to minimize wrinkles and other indications of aging. Even dermatologists attest to this!
Silk is a natural fabric...which makes it easier for it to produce and absorb moisture on its own. When kept in contact with the skin overnight, it works wonders. Silk, in the shape of towels, comforters, and pillowcases, is increasingly regarded as a natural anti-aging product.
So if you feel 20 years younger in our silk set sleepwear, you’re welcome!
To serve the needs of sensitive skin, lifestyle modifications are required. While different creams and other topical therapies can be used to remedy mild to severe instances of eczema, what eczema patients are exposed to throughout the day and at night can still have an impact on the treatment process.
Luckily, silk can be of immense help!
While other natural materials (such as duck or goose feathers) may cause allergic reactions in some people, silk has been proved to be more compatible with even the most severe cases of skin allergy due to its 100 percent organic nature.
Silk's hypoallergenic properties can aid those with asthma, in addition to eczema. Bed bugs and droppings, which can influence your sleep quality, are asthma triggers, but these minuscule objects would not have a chance against silk's compact structure.
We believe everyone, regardless of medical conditions, deserves a good night’s sleep!
The yeast that causes the most frequent fungal infection in women flourishes in warm, moist conditions. Although cotton does nothing to aid, silk's moisture-absorption capabilities destroy the yeast's ideal environment.
In a silk vs. cotton study conducted by the University of Bologna, researchers discovered that the group wearing silk had been healed of the infection in a study comparing silk to cotton. The chance of a recurrence was cut in half, and the symptoms were much decreased. Isn’t silk magical?
Even in vast, shifting climates, silk can regulate body temperature and control moisture. Silk is a fantastic sleep companion because of this, and it will undoubtedly improve the quality of your nighttime slumbers. The material's suppleness encourages your nervous system to relax, helping you to get the full night's sleep you need!
Silk was formerly the go-to fabric for treating chronic ailments in ancient China. In fact, silk is still the most common fabric used in nursing homes and physical therapy clinics. Silk's softness makes it ideal for treating everything from muscle soreness to joint issues. It applies minimal pressure to the human body and matches the user's natural shapes and motion, ensuring a restful night's sleep for anybody who utilizes it.
When it comes to skin reactivity and allergies, silk may be the greatest hypoallergenic option. Silk proteins reject these minute organisms, which are also one of the most common causes of human allergies. Furthermore, silk's lengthy and smooth strands do not irritate the skin, avoiding allergic reactions and allowing you to sleep soundly, as you deserve.
Silk can give all of this and more! It can promote health, rest, and sleep for people who sincerely appreciate what silk provides to the table, with short-term and long-term benefits. Silk is not only all-natural but also incredibly strong and resistant, which means it lasts a long time, up to years and even decades.
Although it may not be the cheapest pick on the market, silk is the most valuable. Moreover, why not invest in a healthier, happier lifestyle with silkwear? You don’t need everything in the world to embrace luxury; just silk will do!
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