SLIP™ sleep mask: Uninterrupted beauty sleep
The slipsilk™ difference
Slipsilk™ is specially-commissioned and made to our exacting standards, developed and refined over ten years to provide the ultimate combination of shine, thickness, softness and durability. We use the highest grade (6A) long fiber mulberry silk, with a thickness of 22 momme and enforce the strictest quality guidelines, including non-toxic dyes. Silk fibers are significantly less absorbent than many other fibers, so they can help keep your skin’s moisture and expensive face and hair products where they belong, on your face and hair.
Sleep with slip™
We spend a third of our lives in bed. By the time we are 60 we will have slept for an average of 20 years. We developed the slip™ anti aging, anti sleep crease, anti bed head, pure silk pillowcase because slipsilk™ can help to reduce friction, which can reduce stretching and tugging on delicate facial skin. So what could be better than sleeping on a slipsilk™ pillowcase? Wearing a luxurious slipsilk™ sleep mask at the same time (so your beauty sleep isn’t interrupted).
Slip pure silk sleep masks are 100% pure silk, inside and out. They're made with pure silk filler, silk internal liner and a silk-covered elastic band. Beware of cheap imitations.
HOW TO USE?
SLIP™ pure silk sleep mask. The better you care for your SLIP™ silk sleep mask, the better it will care for you. Hand wash with cold water only. Use Ph neutral liquid detergent. (we recommend slip™ gentle silk wash)
ABOUT THE BRAND
Slip® pure silk products are made using slipsilk™. Specially-commissioned (which means you won’t find it anywhere else!) and made to our exacting standards, developed and refined for over ten years to provide the ultimate combination of shine, thickness, softness and durability. Slipsilk™ has been tested by an independent third-party lab and shown to absorb significantly less face cream and create 43% less friction, on average, versus cotton pillowcases. (Compared to widely available cotton pillowcases with a 220-360 thread count).