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Silk pillowcases, silk and copper pillowcases?

(14 Posts)
LazySusan11 Sun 12-Nov-17 15:07:32

I’m late to to silk pillowcase party but I’m fed up of waking up with a face like crushed velvet!

Do any of you have a pillowcase you can recommend?

Chottie Sun 12-Nov-17 15:09:39

I use JL silk pillow cases. I do think my face looks less creased in the morning and my hair is more shiny too.

SukiTheDog Sun 12-Nov-17 16:48:35

I have the John Lewis one. I bought it to replace my Silg Gifts one. It’s fine but the silk gifts one was exquisitely soft. I wish I’d reordered from them instead.

Go to I had the “pillow case in a box” one and that’s what I’ll buy next time.the “Single Boxed Silk Pillowcase” is £35 (same as JL) and mine lasted 5 years of constant washing and use.

Zxyzoey31 Sun 12-Nov-17 17:09:20

Jasmine silk have a good range

SukiTheDog Tue 14-Nov-17 07:44:08

What did you go for, OP?

LazySusan11 Tue 14-Nov-17 12:03:41

I have just ordered the silkgifts £26 for 25 momme arrives tomorrow..I had better wake up looking 25

SukiTheDog Tue 14-Nov-17 15:11:29

Good choice. That’s where I’m shopping, next time 😊. You’ll look like a spring 🐓

LazySusan11 Tue 14-Nov-17 15:22:02

Thanks for the recommendation Suki smile

Honeycake50 Tue 14-Nov-17 17:16:29


Greenteandchives Tue 14-Nov-17 17:20:34

Hi I have a Jasmine silk one. Lovely quality, machine washes and I don't get those awful creases in my face any more. The less-like-a-bird's- nest hair is a welcome bonus.

Gingefringe Tue 14-Nov-17 17:29:22

I bought some off ebay about a year ago but they need replacing so I've ordered a pair of the Silk Gifts one - will report later!

LazySusan11 Sun 19-Nov-17 08:24:00

First night on my new silky pillow case, I have awoken without the extra folds in my face and my hair isn’t a huge birds nest for once. Dh is impressed now he wants one too.

chocolatespiders Sun 19-Nov-17 08:30:00

This sounds amazing!

Ginkypig Sun 19-Nov-17 12:11:14

Do any of you find it helps with the sweaty head syndrome?

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