The three biggest factors that contribute to sleep line formation are: pressure-induced skin trauma, facial skin folds and loss of moisture.
Katy, TX (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
Lilysilk.com, one of the most prestigious online retailers that specializes in high-end luxury Mulberry silk bedding ware and sleepwear, has recently updated its “About Silk” section on the company website, adding more articles on the subject of general silk knowledge such as the benefits of silk and how it affects sleep. One such article is on the subject of facial wrinkles prevention and silk pillowcases.
The article mainly focuses on the nature of facial wrinkles, how they are formed and how silk pillowcases help to alleviate the issue. Here is an excerpt from the article on the factors that affect the formation of facial wrinkles: “...To summarize, the three biggest factors that contribute to sleep line formation are: pressure-induced skin trauma, facial skin folds and loss of moisture. These three factors, when presented individually, may not be too much of a threat, but if you compound them together, the resulting effect can be quite nasty. After all, when you spend roughly one third of your life with your face against your pillow, even trivial effects may have profound consequences, let alone a mix of three rather big factors.”
The article then goes on to explain how silk usage is able to help with the prevention of facial wrinkles by decreasing the amount of pressure and friction the pillow applies to one’s face and increasing moisture retainment during sleep. The article cites multiple academic papers from various sources such as the prestigious dermatologists Dr. Samuel J Stegman and Dr. Howard Sobel, as well as comprehensive medical information sites such as the famous MayoClinic.com.
Lilysilk has commented on the reason why they decided to take the time and write about general silk knowledge is to help customers understand the true potential of silk instead of just purchasing for its rich and lustrous looks. Full article can be found on http://www.Lilysilk.com in the About Silk section.