We make your Blissy pillowcase, sleep mask, and hair accessories from the finest 22-momme 100% mulberry silk. Blissy silk is naturally breathable, moisture wicking, temperature regulating, bug resistant, and hypoallergenic. With proper care, your Blissy products will look their best and provide their amazing benefits to your hair, skin, and sleep quality for years to come.\nWho likes going to the dry cleaner? No one. That’s why we made your Blissy machine washable and easy to care for. Just follow these tips to maintain your Blissy's special qualities for years to come.\n1. How to Wash Your Blissy\nIt's best to wash your silk pillowcases once per week to get rid of perspiration, oil, dead skin, and bacteria. Proper cleanliness will help keep your skin clear and your pillowcase gleaming.\nYou don’t need to dry clean your Blissy silk products, they’re completely washer safe. But we do recommend following these instructions for best care.\n\n \n Your browser does not support the video tag.\n\n \nUse a mild detergent made for delicate fabrics that doesn't contain bleach. \nBe sure to use the delicate cycle or most gentle cycle setting on your washer. Use cool water, no higher than 30° Celsius or 84° Fahrenheit. The cooler, the better. Warmer water will break down your Blissy's threading over time.\nPrevent items like zippers and bra closures from snagging or agitating your Blissy. We recommend placing Blissy items into a Blissy mesh laundry bag to keep them separate and safe.\n2. Can You Put Blissy in the Dryer?\n\nThe short answer is yes! Although it's recommended to air dry silk, you can save precious time by putting your Blissy in the dryer. Just be careful with extreme temperatures and follow these instructions. Once washed, place your Blissy silk products in the dryer and set to the lowest temperature for up to 20 minutes. Remove your Blissy products and let them air dry the rest of the way until completely dried.\n\n3. The Right Way To Iron Silk\nIf you lay your Blissy pillowcases flat to dry, they shouldn't wrinkle. But if they dry a little ruffled, iron them out using the “silk” setting on your iron. Or you can use the steam option on your iron to steam out any wrinkles. Ironing is completely optional, but silk does look its best when it's smooth!\n4. Avoiding and Removing Stains\nIf your Blissy pillowcase gets a stain, treat it as soon as possible. Soak in COLD water and dab the stain with a mild detergent. Never let a stain set if you can help it. \nIf you get spray tans or use self-tanner, you know how it can cause browning to bedsheets and towels. If you can't forgo the faux glow, we recommend our silk pillowcase in black to conceal tell-tale tanning stains.\n5. Storing and Traveling With Blissy\nIf you want to take your Blissy pillowcase on the go for first-class snoozing, keep it safe in its original packaging before storing in your suitcase. This will keep it clean and safe from snags. Your Blissy sleep mask comes with its own storage bag to use when traveling (or at home when not in use).\n\nComing Clean Never Looked So Good\nDid we miss one? If you have any helpful hacks, tips, or tricks on keeping your Blissy products looking their best, please let us know about them in the comments below.