If you’re in the market for high-quality two piece silk pajama set for women, I highly suggest these models by Silk Maison.
They are made of 6A grade mulberry silk, which is known as the queen of fibers.
They have so many different styles and colors to choose from. Also, they have a very inclusive range of sizes. Their size guide is very accurate. Here are some of their
Cute Two Piece Silk Pajama Sets For Women
Silk Maison offers the luxury packaging with every order. Embroidered with signature rose gold logo on a pearl white finish, the box is lined with rose gold film. These make fantastic gifts for anyone!
You don’t have to spend big bucks to have the luxury of silk pajamas.
If you decide to buy a 2 piece silk pajama set, it comes with free shipping worldwide on orders over $99!
Your order may be returned up to 14 days after receiving the package.
You will love sliding into bed at night in this and will sleep like a baby. It will do wonders for your sleep.
The Benefits of Silk For Your Skin and Hair
Silk pajamas are very comfortable and soft on your skin, giving you the support and comfort you need after a long day. Because they are so light, they are a good choice for people with sensitive skin. Their natural properties also reduce the appearance of wrinkles because they are not stiff.
While silk pajamas can be used in all kinds of environments, they are most often worn in bedrooms due to the comfort they provide. If you want a more modern look, buy one of these pajamassssssssssssssss. They will add an extra element of style and sophistication to your bedroom.
For a more relaxing look, choose something a little more subdued and a little wider than normal. This will create a more intimate look which will be especially comforting on those cold nights
Silk pajamas can even be worn as sleepwear, in places where the outside temperature can be cold, as they are extremely breathable and can keep you warm.
Keeps You Cool
One of the reasons I love silk is that it is an incredibly breathable fabric and can keep your body cool.
I suggest sleeping in either silk pajamas or getting silk sheets. The fabric is much smoother and can help keep you cool.
The second advantage of choosing silk fabrics is that you might notice a slight improvement in skin hydration.
Why is this?
Cotton fabrics can pull water out from your skin as well as your hair, leaving your skin a little bit more dry. When you switch from cotton to silk pillowcases, sheets and nightwear, you will notice that when you wake up in the morning your skin is just a little bit more hydrated. Likewise your hair is shinier.
Because the skin is a little bit more hydrated, you’re gonna get a smoothing effect and you’ll notice that your wrinkles are a little bit less noticeable.
Because silk doesn’t pull water out of your skin, like cotton or synthetic fabrics, it’s also a great choice for people who have dry skin or particularly a sensitive skin or eczema.
All of these things are exacerbated by things that make the skin dry, so silk is a really good choice. Keeps you cool and keeps your skin smooth and supple.
Less Skin Irritation
The third advantage of silk is that it is the least irritating fabric that you could sleep on or choose for your clothing. It’s smooth and it doesn’t aggravate the skin.
If you have sensitive skin or eczema, certain fabrics can trigger irritation, itch, discomfort in the skin.
Switching to silk fabrics is a great choice. Not only it is more breathable, but it is smoother on the skin and it doesn’t aggravate, itch or cause any kind of irritation.
Better For Allergies
Because silk doesn’t pull moisture out of your skin, it’s actually a better choice for people who cope with allergies.
Things like your pillowcase and your bed linens, as they’re pulling moisture out of your skin, they can start trapping and harboring bacteria, fungi and mold. Because silk doesn’t hold on to moisture like other fabrics, it doesn’t harbor bacteria, dust mites, mold, yeast and things that can aggravate allergies.
Less Hair Breakage
Some women sleep with a silk bonnet at nighttime and that helps reduce hair breakage. But sleeping on a silk pillowcase also can have the same outcome.
You’ll wake up with more manageable hair after sleeping on a silk pillowcase.
Silk doesn’t hold on to the natural oils from your hair like other fabrics would.
Because of that, it’s less of an issue when it comes to acne flares. The oils from your hair can get trapped on fabrics, like your pillowcase, and then the following evening you’re laying on that and it can aggravate certain skin conditions.
That’s another perk. Not only to your hair, but your your skin as well.
Because silk is so good at keeping you cool, at keeping your skin comfortable and not aggravating any skin irritation, you’re gonna experience a better night’s sleep on silk sheets, silk pillowcase or with wearing silk pajamas.
As you know, sleep is one of the most important things when it comes to the health of your hair, skin, nails and total body.
A good night’s sleep pays off dividends in the health of your skin.
But because it can be challenging, silk is yet another thing that can make a huge difference. I know a lot of you people struggle with getting good sleep at night, so try this out. It can definitely help.
Due to its natural components, silk provides a pleasant sensation of softness and tenderness, which produces a relaxing effect on the nervous system and a pleasant and regenerating rest at night.
Silk pajamas are made entirely from natural fibers, so they are environmentally friendly products. Silk is an eco-friendly fabric, which makes it ideal for clothing as it does not produce any pollutants that can harm the environment.
Why Silk is Good?
- Anti-bacterial: Silk is highly resistant to dust mites and bacteria, it does not produce odors or absorb dust. Therefore, for people with sensitive, dry or easily irritated skin or for those allergic to synthetic fabrics, products made with natural silk are the most recommended for their health.
- Breathable: the proteins that make up silk give it a structure that absorbs heat and moisture and transfers it, allowing the skin to breathe and stay cool.
- Thermo-regulating: the silk woven threads perform a temperature regulation function through the air that moves within the space between the threads.
- Anti-static: the composition of silk, unlike synthetic fabrics, allows it not to be charged with static energy and does not produce the unpleasant sensations of a synthetic fabric when this energy passes to our skin.
- Extra comfortable: silk is the finest, most flexible and lightest natural fiber, which facilitates the movement of the fabric and adaptability to our body.
- 100% natural: the nature of silk is strong, resistant and elastic, but at the same time, it has natural components that make it pleasant to the touch, providing a relaxing and fresh effect.
Alex P. Davis has a BA in Interior Design from The New York School of Interior Design and 10 years of experience expertly designing sophisticated interiors.