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Lilysilk debuts new delicate silk pillows
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Aug '13
Lilysilk knows that some people cannot sleep well at night. A good night’s sleep is vital in helping people to work and study efficiently in the day. Lilysilk has recently introduced its new silk pillows to help people to improve their sleep quality.

These delicate silk pillows are breathable and very long lasting. There are three types: silk pillow with cotton shell, silk pillow with silk shell and silk pillow with silk jacquard shell, which are all filled with soft silk floss and covered with smooth shells. Furthermore, the natural mulberry silk is light and cozy, which can make people feel relaxed and comfortable at night.

Natural mulberry silk is made of pure animal protein and can bring customers extra healthy benefits. Silk filled pillows are naturally hypoallergenic, perfectly made for those who suffer from allergy, asthma and hay fever.

“As a professional manufacturer, we have everything you need to turn your bedroom into a cozy and comfortable retreat. Our silk pillows are made of top quality fabrics, which can reduce facial lines as well,” said Tony, a CEO of Lilysilk. “Customers need the pillows that can help them to sleep well at night. We are proud to offer what they need.”

About Lilysilk

As a China-based manufacturer and retailer, Lilysilk offers a selection of beautiful bedding products, including luxurious silk duvet covers, silk flat sheets, silk fitted sheets and silk pillowcases. Unparalleled experience, best quality and creative innovation are the reasons to choose Lilysilk.

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