Silk Pillowcases May Provide Some Hair and Skin Benefits, But They’re Not Miracle Workers (WashingtonPost.com)

Silk pillowcases may provide some hair and skin benefits, but they're not miracles

Celebrities use them. Instagrammers love them. Hair stylists recommend them. Silk pillowcases are not new, but over the past couple of years, they seem to have exploded in popularity, embraced by the beauty and wellness industries and credited with delivering smooth, shiny hair and wrinkle-free, supple skin.

That doesn’t mean you have to rush out to buy one. Although acknowledging that silk pillowcases may provide some benefits for hair and skin, doctors say the products are best seen as a supplement to existing routines or as a self-care indulgence.

Pooja Sodha, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and director of the Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, comments on if there are any potential benefits of using a silk pillowcase.

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