Using a new high quality ‘smart’ technology our silk products are one of a kind that gradually release Hyaluronic Acid onto your skin and hair, providing you with a beauty treatment whilst you sleep!
Say hello to smoother,
skin and hair
Infused with Hyaluronic Acid
Our silk pillowcases have extra moisturising properties as they are infused with Hyaluronic Acid. These natural substances are gradually released onto your skin and hair through temperature, moisture, and movement when using the Sunday Silk pillowcase.
Regulate Body Temperature
Sleeping on silk helps to regulate your body temperature, giving you a better nights sleep. Perfect for "hot" sleepers!
Hydrated Skin and Hair
The dense weaving of silk fibres help your skin to retain its moisture, unlike other materials which absorb moisture from your skin and hair. Instead giving your pillowcase all the benefits of your skincare and hair products, be sure they stay on you!
Our products are made with the highest grade Mulberry Silk (6A) and are free of any harmful dyes or chemicals.
No More Bed Hair
Silk is curly hair friendly and can extend your blow dry. No more waking up with frizzy hair all over the place! The shiny, sleek and soft surface of silk helps your hair to glide smoothly and effortlessly while you sleep. Wake up to healthy lustrous hair and a hydrated scalp.
Silk minimises friction so say goodbye to waking up with those dreaded sleep lines. P.S have your nap with no one knowing!
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What Does Hyaluronic Acid Do For Me?
This naturally-occurring molecule is a humectant, a term which notes its ability to grasp and retain water. This allows it to become a jelly-like substance that cushions our joints and provides elasticity to our connective tissues (such as those found in skin, ligaments, tendons, etc.). We are born with high levels of HA, which is partly responsible for the plump, “baby-soft” feel of infants’ skin that we begin to envy as we age (as well as the strong, healthy joints of our youth).
Over time, we lose our ability to retain Hyaluronic Acid due to a number of factors—both hereditary and environmental. This loss can cause sagging or wrinkled skin, achy joints, and so on. In other words, after a while, our little moisture sidekick starts needing some support … and that’s where our tech comes in.
What Does Hyaluronic Acid Do For My Skin?
Smooth, elastic young skin is naturally loaded with HA—as our young bodies produce HA abundantly and easily replace the HA that is lost. The HA provides continuous moisture to the skin by binding up to 1,000 times its weight in water
Unfortunately, the ability of our skin to produce HA decreases as we age and consequently, the amount of HA in our skin drops significantly. In addition to our body producing less water-loving HA as we age, over time free radicals, produced mostly through exposure to pollutants and sunlight, destroy the HA in the skin. Without enough HA in the skin, the skin loses its ability to hold water leaving a drier, thinner and wrinkled appearance. It’s similar to what happens to drying plums and grapes—as they lose moisture, they become dried and wrinkled. The skin consists of three main layers: the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.
Why Is Hyaluronic Acid Vital To Health?
Support overall body hydration.
Our bodies are 70% water. Each and every one of our cells need water to live, thrive, and function as it should. Hyaluronic acid helps assure our cells receive the moisture they need—even when environmental factors and the demands of our lives make staying hydrated difficult.
Support joint health.
Like any machine with moving parts, our bodies require lubrication. It minimizes joint friction, decrease wear on bones and ligaments, and, maintain flexibility. Without proper hydration, joints become stiff and more difficult to move. Dietary supplementation with HA helps ensure that our joints have sufficient lubrication to function at their best!
Support eye health.
The human eye is predominantly a fluid and is sensitive to dryness. Eyes need hydration to see, to clean themselves, and to reduce strain on the tiny muscles that control eye movement and focus. HA helps support eye health by maintaining the hydrated environment our eyes need for strain-free performance.
Hyaluronic Acid And Your Hair
It’s no secret that healthy looking hair depends on a hydrated scalp and well-nourished hair follicles. But what you may not know is that the scalp is actually a complex system of skin layers that depend on hydration to function.
The dermis is your thickest skin layer and is composed of a lattice of HA-rich collagen and elastin fibers that provide the skin with its elasticity and its resilience. This is also where your hair follicles reside. Here, Hyaluronic acid nourishes and hydrates, as well as supports the deep layers of the scalp. The result is healthy lustrous hair and a hydrated scalp.
HA helps your hair:
- Feel supple and smooth
- Retain essential nutrients
- Remain resilient and bounce
- Defy the effects of wind, sun, and environmental damage.