How does silk help your health? - FEELITS

How does silk help your health?

We all know a good skincare routine is key to healthy skin. However, have you realized the benefits of silk for your skin? Silk doesn't just feel good on your skin - it can also support the health of your skin and address certain skin concerns.

Promotes sleep

Silk contains 18 kinds of amino acids, which emit fine molecules called "sleep factor", which can make people's nerves in a more stable state. The use of silk pillowcases and silk eye masks can effectively promote sleep, enhance the body's vitality, and slow down the aging process.

Good cold resistance and thermostability

Silk has the reputation of "queen of fiber", contains the highest fiber "silk volume gap" when it is cold can reduce the rate of heat transfer, warmth than leather and cotton. When it is hot and can discharge excess heat, so the temperature inside the comfort, but also reduces the excessive load and pressure on the heart and blood vessels during sleep, offering you a more comfortable, sweeter sleep.

Anti-bacterial, anti-allergy

The silk gel component of silk not only makes the skin delicate and lustrous, but also has the ability to prevent the growth of mites and mold. feelits silk pillowcases and silk eye masks are made of 100% natural extra mulberry silk, which meets strict hygiene and health requirements and does not add any chemicals that are harmful to human health in the production process, which is more beneficial to allergic bodies.

Moisture absorption and breathability

The silk protein fibers in silk contain amino acids that absorb and disperse moisture in the air and retain a certain amount of moisture. In normal temperatures it can help the skin to retain a certain amount of moisture, not to make the skin too dry. When it is hot, it can quickly dissipate the sweat and heat from the body, making people feel cooler.


Silk has many other benefits for people, in addition to it can help care for hair, soft material more high-end and so on. So in ancient times, silk was a symbol of wealth for the court and the rich and noble, and in modern times it has become a common daily necessity.