Woven with pure, natural silver—proven to stop bacterial growth and improve skin health.
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How does antimicrobial silver work?
Silver carries a naturally positive charge and bacteria carries a naturally negative charge. These opposing charges are what makes silver and bacteria attracted to each other. Silver then breaks bacteria’s cell wall and destroys it before it has a chance to reproduce. We’d love to say we’re the first to use this silver technology, but do a quick google or wiki search and you’ll see that it’s actually been used since the beginning of modern medicine.
How can Silvon help with acne?
Sheets collect dirt, oil, and bacteria that can cause your skin to freak out. Our pure silver fibers are proven to eliminate 99% of acne-causing bacteria. Plus, they’re made with 100% Supima® cotton so your pores can breathe.
How long does it last?
Because silver is woven directly into our fabric, it will never wash away or degrade in strength. Our fabrics are put through rigorous wash tests to ensure they’ll last the lifetime of the product.
How do I wash it?
All Silvon products are completely machine washable. Just avoid bleach, wash them in warm water and tumble dry them on low for best results.
How it works
Ordinary sheets are a breeding ground for dirt, oil, and harmful bacteria. Our sheets are woven with pure silver threads that naturally prevent bacterial growth. It’s like having fresh new sheets every night! Learn More.
Yes, they feel amazing
And no, you can’t actually feel the silver. We source the silkiest, smoothest Supima® cotton we could find to make our superfine silver threads completely undetectable to the touch. Because what’s the point of self-cleaning sheets if they feel like sandpaper?
Backed by real science.
Not only has silver technology been used for over a decade but we tested our fabric in accordance of the highest antimicrobial standards and it works. We even took it one step further and found our sheets eliminated 99.7% of one of the leading, acne-causing bacteria strains.