Rs. 2,000.00
Rs. 2,000.00
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  • Made from pure European flax linen, our Lagoon Blue pillow cases are stonewashed for comfort, giving them a lived-in look and a feathery soft texture.

    These covers have been made using OEKO-TEK certified fabric.

    They have a simple envelope opening for an easy usage and a non-obstructive sleep.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does flax linen benefit my sleep?

• Flax linen has anti-static qualities, which means that pillow cases made of flax linen barely cling to, or cause any friction against the hair/body. This prevents frizzy hair, reduces hair breakage, and allows for a smooth sleeping experience with unobstructed head, neck and shoulder movement.

• Owing to flax linen's moisture wicking qualities, the fabric absorbs excess moisture (if any) from the body, and brings it to the surface allowing it to evaporate more easily.

Fabrics that are not moisture wicking (like cotton) may absorb sweat/moisture, but since they do not draw it away from the skin and onto the surface, the fabric ends up becoming heavy and sticking to us.

Flax linen doesn't get heavy/cling to us, and the absence of trapped moisture allows our skin to breathe better.

• Flax linen as a fabric is dirt repellent and has anti-bacterial qualities, which means it suppresses the growth of pathogens and other bacteria unhealthy for the hair, skin and body. It is for this reason that for many years linen was used in making bandages. Sleeping in one of the cleanest fabrics known to exist does wonders to our hair and bodily hygeine.

• Linen works wonders in all seasons. Due to its thermoregulatory properties, linen helps us mantain our body temperature by keeping us warm in the winters and cool in the summers.

Sleep in flax and experience the wonders it does to your sleep quality.

What is stonewashed linen?

Stonewashing is a method of washing wherein the cloth is rolled over with abrasive stones (pumice) to give the fabric a loose, worn out texture and a feather-like soft finish. Because of this our pillow cases will be softer and smoother than ones made of regular linen (not-stonewashed), and will prevent the fabric from shrinking over time with multiple washes. Not only that, stonewashing will give the fabric a worn-out, vintage touch and feel.

How should I wash my pair of linen pillow cases?

These cases can be machine washed in cold water, with very gentle cleaning agents (non-abrasive & bleach-free). We suggest line drying in shade. If using a dryer, keep the setting as LOW HEAT. If needed, iron them when still damp, on appropriate setting. Please click here to read the wash and care instruction carefully.

Your linen is precious.