Even if you wash your hair and thoroughly cleanse your face every evening before going to sleep, all those skincare efforts can be ruined by not sleeping with a fresh pillowcase!

Your pillowcase stores dust, sweat, oil, dead skin cells. 

It takes only 2 to 3 days for your pillow to create an ideal home for bacteria to thrive.- Wash pillowcases every 2 days, and avoid using fabric softeners, which tend to leave waxy remains that contribute to clogging pores.

Try using pillowcases made out of natural fabrics such as silk, which are are more friendly to skin and help reduce premature wrinkles.