Your pillow goes through an awful lot, so as well as a suitable pillow protector, it's good sense to use a pillowcase as well. Every night our pillows are subjected to natural oils from your skin and scalp, as well as moisture from perspiration, our noses and mouths, as well as moisturisers, hair products or make-up we haven't removed. This build-up can quickly become a breeding ground for germs and allergens. Keep things clean and healthy by changing your pillowcase every 3-5 days. This will help you protect your skin and respiratory system from bacteria and allergens, keep your pillow fresh and clean and help it last longer.
Different pillowcases feel different against your skin. Do you prefer fresh cotton, soft linen or the indulgent smoothness of mulberry silk? And of course, you can use a pillowcase to coordinate your pillow with the rest of our bedding, helping create a stylish and relaxing room to sleep in.