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An Oxford pillowcase has a fabric border around its edges, usually about 1-2 inches wide, creating a more formal and decorative look.
A Housewife pillowcase is a simple design with no border, essentially it's a fabric bag with an internal flap to keep the pillow in place. Both serve the same functional purpose but differ in aesthetic and style.
We generally recommend to wash your pillowcase at least once a week. However it depends on your personal preference too. Read our blog on How to wash your bed sheets, our guide will cover everything you need to know about how to wash bed sheets, as well as how often you should be doing it, and much more.
Our pillowcases are all made with an inside section for you to tuck your pillow into. It means your pillow is secure within the pillowcase
For acne prone skin, silk pillowcases are often considered beneficial. Some of the reasons are; silk is gentle on the skin, breathable, absorbs less moisture and Hypo allergenic. You can read all about the benefits of Silk here.
Our pillowcases are all made with an inside section for you to tuck your pillow into. It means your pillow is secure within the pillowcase.
Silk is considered expensive due to several factors, however it is mainly due to limited production and a labour-intensive production process. It's high quality is known for a luxurious feel and lustrous appearance. It has the ability to regulate temperature and has a hypoallergenic nature.
Silk is derived from the cocoons of silkworms.
While some vegans choose to avoid silk due to these ethical concerns, others may still wear silk under specific conditions. There are alternative forms of silk available, such as peace Silk or vegan Silk, which are produced without harming the silkworms. These alternative Silk options allow vegans to wear silk-like fabrics without contributing to animal harm.
China is the largest producer of Silk. The country has a long history of silk cultivation and is known for its expertise in sericulture (silkworm rearing) and silk manufacturing.