Is Sleeping on Satin Pillow Cases Recommended by Dermatologists?
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Savvy Sleepers Research & Development team wanted to remind you that sleeping on satin is beneficial for your hair and skin.
We interviewed New York’s leading hair specialist Dr. Robert Dorin D.O. ACOFP of True & Dorin Medical Group to weigh in on the topic of sleeping on satin and silk.'Both polyester satin pillowcases and natural silk pillowcases provide benefits to your skin and hair through reduced friction. This reduces split ends in your hair, pulling on your facial skin and both help to prevent crease wrinkles in the face.' ~xo SavvySleepers R&D team
Here are a couple more links from dermatologists:
"If you have trouble sleeping on your back, place a pillow under your knees to stay in place or invest in a satin pillowcases to minimize the stress on your face and reduce sleep lines." -Dr. Earlyn Noll, Davis Dermatology Skin and Laser Center
"Changing to Satin Pillowcases to Reduce Friction on the Face while Sleeping - Persistently pressing our faces into a pillow causes trauma to the skin. Over time, this trauma, aggravated by the friction of a cotton pillowcase, can create permanent creases as our collagen breaks down."
- Dennis Gross, MD and MDSkincare line
Dr. Dennis Gross is a regular invited guest on Dr. OZ, CNN, The Today Show, The Doctors and CBS: The Early Show.
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