You may not think your pillowcase can really affect your hair while you sleep, but it may actually be stealing the moisture you want to keep your hair hydrated. Though 100% cotton pillowcases are widely used, cotton is very good at absorbing moisture, even from your hair and skin. These pillowcases also cause a lot of friction which can cause dry, brittle hair to break.

The solution? The Satin, Sateen, or Silk pillowcase.

These slick surfaces are more forgiving to your hair and won’t tangle your locks while you sleep. All hair types can benefit from this overnight hair haven, and you may start seeing results quickly. Many women swear by it to reduce frizz for healthy looking hair.

Brittle, tangled hair is a combination that can lead to a faster rate of hair loss. If you suffer from thinning hair, changing your pillowcase may help keep hair hydrated and happy, leading to thicker, fuller hair.


5 thoughts on “How Your Pillow Case Impacts Hair Health

    • Keranique Hair says:

      Hi Kathy,

      Great question! Keranique’s sulfate-free Scalp Stimulating Shampoo is designed especially for thinning hair to gently deep clean and stimulate the scalp to nourish and rejuvenate the hair follicles while our Keranique Volumizing Keratin Conditioner contains the Keratin Amino Complex that penetrates hair to help thicken every strand and helps repair the outer protective layer reducing frizz and breakage, mending split ends and restoring brilliant shine. You can see more here:

  1. LeeAnn says:

    I’ve used satin pillow cases for years – love them – and they do help to keep my dry and very fine hair looking and feeling much better. I would love to find Satin pillow cases that have some lovely prints on them – so far I’ve only found animal print cases. I’d like something that has bold colorful flowers – or butterflies – or something other than animal prints! Anyone know where those might be found?

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