- Heals irritated skin – Silk clothing has been able to help several skin conditions in children by imparting a soothing effect, which is replicated on the scalp via this beanie.(2)
- Prevents loss of hair – Suffering from excessive hair loss lately? Conscious about your appearance due to alopecia? Don’t worry, as silk is a friction-free material, which doesn’t tear the hair out when you wear it, thus no more stray hairs inside the hat.
- Decrease dryness of scalp – Loss of moisture leads to excessive dryness of scalp, which is successfully prevented if you wear this beanie as the silk effectively forms a moisture barrier.(1)
- Dry scalp and damaged hair is significantly reduced.
- Deals with odors – Too much sweat on the scalp leads to unpleasant odors and infections. But this silk beanie ensures that these smells are prevented via their anti-bacterial, -fungal, and –mould properties.
- Reduce frizzy hair – Don’t invest in costly hair treatments for frizzy hair or split ends. Silk doesn’t cause friction, so the silk proteins stay latched on to the hair keratin to straighten and strengthen follicles. (3)
Suffering from thinning hair? Scalp gets irritated and itchy often? Or do you face the embarrassing issue of excessive sweating and odor? The White Lotus silk beanie has been aptly designed to combat these issues and more, for both men and women.
Save time and money
No need to go to a salon and invest in expensive hair treatments to reduce frizz in your hair follicles.
Reduces dry scalp
Silk can form a strong barrier to prevent loss of moisture, thereby lessening excessive dryness of scalp and the urge to constantly itch or scratch it.
Prevents loss of hair
Silk ensures the follicle isn’t uprooted when it comes in contact with it, so hair loss is greatly reduced. The beanie has a friction-free lining to stop hat hair.
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- Voegeli R, Meier J and Blust R. Sericin silk protein: unique structure and properties. Cosmetics and toiletries. 1993;108:101-108.
- Koller DY, Halmerbauer G, Böck A, Engstler G. Action of a silk fabric treated with AEGIS in children with atopic dermatitis: a 3-month trial. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2007 Jun;18(4):335-8.
- Sarifakioglu, N., Terzioglu, A., Ates, L., Gurcan, A. (2004). A new phenomenon: "Sleep lines" on the face. Scandinavian journal of plastic and reconstructive surgery and hand surgery. vol 38. no 4, 244-7.