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Sateen Pillow cases

Does sleeping on a sateen pillowcase help hair to stay healthy? It sure does. In fact, it is also beneficial for your skin, too. A clean, soft, and natural fabric nourishes your hair and skin, making it smooth, healthy, and protected from irritation.
Luxurious pillowcases for a good night’s sleep and nourished skin on your face.

• 100% long-staple cotton;
• "Standard 100 Oeko-Tex®" certified, this ensures, that no harmful substances were used while producing the product;
• 400 thread count for perfect softness and long-lasting quality;
• Sateen weave to provide a smooth, shiny surface and ensure durability.
Our modern envelope type closure is the best choice if you want to ensure that your pillows always stay in place. 

One pillowcase is included in the price.
Choose colour
Nordic Forest

Our approach to fabrics

When it comes to fabrics, we strive to provide you with the best possible quality. We study, learn and search for the best materials, so you can be totally satisfied with our products.

What are the features of sateen linens?

Sateen is more tightly woven. Its weave has more yarn surface on the face of the cloth than other basic weaves. That’s why it turns softer and has a more lustrous look. Sateen linens are softer than percale and have a silk-like touch.

To keep your bedding in the best shape for as long as possible, we recommend that you: 

• Read the care instructions on the label before washing; 
• Use a maximum of 40° C temperature; 
• Wash similar colours together; 
• Turn your bedding inside out and close the zipper before washing; 
• Tumble dry at low temperatures using the 'Sensitive Care' programme. 

 Our packaging does not include any plastic. To ensure that no material is wasted we pack our bedding in fabric bags made from leftover fabrics instead of paper or plastic. When you unpack the package, the only thing thrown away is the cardboard box, which biodegrades in three to six months.