LAST CHANCE - BROKEN BOX - Mulberry Silk Pillowcases! ONLY ONE(1) CASE REMAIN.

Do you accept credit cards?

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How long does it take to ship my order?

Your order will ship within 1-2 business days once the payment has been processed. However, our goal is to ship your items by end of business day.

Do you ship internationally?

International orders may be placed here.

How do I tie my Phoebe Luna Silk Hair Wrap?

Find my quick tutorial here

Why use a scarf for sleeping?

Using a scarf to tie down hair at night is a great way to preserve hairstyles, curls, or prolong and protect straightened hair. A scarf minimizes friction with your pillowcase during the night holding hair in place. If you have naturally straight hair and are concerned about breakage and frizz, a silk pillowcase is a great way to reduce frizz and friction. 

What is silk?

Silk is a natural protein fiber. For more information click the link below.

Can I machine wash my silk?

Hand washing your silk using cold or cool water is recommended but, machine wash is possible. It is highly recommended that all silk be placed in a mesh delicates bag before dropping your silk into the machine using a mild detergent. No softeners, no bleach and no enzymes. Enzymes found in most commercial detergents will breakdown and damage silk fibers. Placing your silk in a delicates bag will avoid any pulling or tugging that may take place by the agitator. 

What is silk momme weight?

Silk momme refers to the weight of a piece of silk fabric measuring 100 x 45 yards. The higher the momme, the more substantial and long-lasting the silk fabric will be. This also means a larger amount of silk was used during the weaving process. 

What is the momme weight for Phoebe Luna silk scarves?

Phoebe Luna uses 12 momme silk weight for our mulberry silk custom designed scarves. For our customers who use Phoebe Luna Silk Scarves for their hair care needs, 12 momme weight will allow enough air to pass through the scarf in order to enable baby hairs, edges, and hairstyles to set. This momme weight also increasing the chances of your silk scarf staying put when used at night. 

What is satin and is it silk?

Satin refers to a type of textile weave that leaves a high luster sheen on one side while appearing dull on the opposite side. Traditionally, satin was made from silk causing it to be very expensive. In modern times, satin has been made from synthetic fibers such as polyester and nylon. All Phoebe Luna products are made from 100% pure silk.

How do I know if I need a silk hair scarf?

Scarves are utilized in order to maintain and preserve hair styles (flat-ironed, silk pressed hair, up dos) or to help protect curls from being frizzed, flattened, and smashed overnight. If your only concern is frizz and overnight hair breakage, a satin or silk pillowcase is sufficient. 

Is a silk pillowcase better than my satin polyester pillowcase?

Honestly, that depends on your needs. Silk pillowcases do carry some additional benefits but you may or may not be in need of those specific benefits.  Check out this article and info graphic on our website to help you decide if a silk pillowcase if for you. 

Do silk hair wraps actually work?

Yes! Silk hair wraps are a great way to protect hair overnight by protecting hair from the hair breaking friction caused by cotton pillowcases. If one is new to wrapping a hair scarf for sleep, there will be a learning curve but once mastered, a silk hair wrap will become your best tool for reducing morning styling time. 

Is a silk or satin wrap better for hair?

Both options provide slip, reducing hair breakage. The difference will be the comfort level concerning heat and breathability. Silk is a breathable fabric where polyester satin is not. Is you are prone to sweating or typically sleep not, silk is a better option.

What does sleeping in a silk hair wrap do?

Sleeping in a silk hair wrap protects hair from friction caused by tossing and turning on a cotton pillowcase while sleeping that can cause hair breakage. It is also helps keep hair styles and pineapple bases smooth, reducing frizz and bedhead. 

Can you silk wrap wet hair?

Wrapping wet hair is possible but best to do only when hair is damp to almost dry. Unlike cotton, silk does not whick away water. If hair is too wet, you may find yourself with a soggy scarf. While you benefit from the silk not stealing away product from your tresses, if too much water is involved, hair under the scarf will take longer to dry and set. 

How often should you wash silk hair wraps?

How often one chooses to wash depends on the amount of buildup from hair products. Hand washing every one to two weeks may be more than enough for some. Others may be able to go longer periods of time especially if not utilized nightly. I personally love to keep more than one in rotation.

How do you dry silk after washing it?

Air drying away from direct sunlight is best. Heat changes silk fabric so avoid the dryer at all cost. 

How often do you wash silk pillowcases?

Hand wash your silk pillowcase with the frequency you would normally was any other pillowcase and/or bedding. Be sure to follow the silk washing directions. 

What is the downside of silk pillowcases?

The price point when comparing with cotton however, cotton and silk are used for different purposes. While cotton is used to cover and protect your pillow, silk is utilized to protect hair and skin. One is a household item, the other is a beauty aid. 

Are expensive silk pillowcases worth it?

Yes, but do your research before you buy. As with anything, sometimes you are paying extra for the name. On the other hand, if you find a case for a price that seems to good to he true, it probably is. I tested a few silk pillowcases when in the planning stages of Phoebe Luna and although real silk, the quality of a couple of low price silk cases on the market, were of an inferior quality and comfort experience. 

Which is better, satin or silk?

Both provide the slip needed to protect hair from breakage. If you are prone to night sweats or sleep hot, naturally breathable silk will be the more comfortable option.