Why Mulberry Silk bedding?
The mulberry silk is a natural fibre that has been around for thousands of years. It's been cultivated in China and Japan since the Neolithic Age, making it one of the oldest cultivated fibres in history. Mulberry silk comes from the leaves of the mulberry tree, which grows best in warm climates with plenty of sunlight and water source close by.
Benefits of silk
- Silk is a natural fibre, meaning it's naturally produced from silkworms.
- It's hypoallergenic and breathable, which means that it's
- good for people who have sensitive skin or allergies to other materials.
- Silk also has excellent durability and lightness, making it ideal for bedding materials like duvets or pillows.
- Silk is soft to the touch but not too heavy so you don't feel stuck in bed all night long!
- Finally, silk is absorbent—it will wick away moisture from your body without leaving clumps of drool behind when you wake up at night!
OEKO-TEX standard means no harmful chemicals
OEKO-TEX Standard 100 is a global standard for our silk bedding collection that ensures no harmful chemicals are used in the production of the product. This means you can feel comfortable knowing that your bedding is free from pesticides, fungicides and other potentially harmful substances. It also means we don't use any animal-based materials during production.
Mulberry silk pillowcase
Silk is a natural fibre that's soft, smooth and hypoallergenic. It's breathable, durable and resistant to wrinkles. Silk pillowcases are also easy to care for; just wash them in the machine with cold water on a gentle cycle or hand wash separately with mild detergent.
Thread counts 600 100% Grade 6A Mulberry Silk
Our grade 6A is 100% mulberry silk, and the thread count is 600 which means it's high quality. Mulberry silk fibre is the finest quality of all-natural fibres, with a very high lustre and gloss. It's one of the most expensive types of fabric in the world and only comes from cultivated trees that are grown in China, Japan and Korea for use as an additive to other fabrics like wool or cotton.
Mulberry silk bedding is good for you and the environment.
Silk is known for its softness and lustre, but you may not have realized that it also has some amazing benefits for your skin and hair. If you're looking for softness in bedding material, silk is a great option; even after washing, it won't lose its shape or feel rough against your skin.
Silk is biodegradable—that means that it can break down over time into soil nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorous. This makes silk an ideal choice if you want to reduce waste while still getting maximum comfort from your sheets!
In conclusion, we hope that you have found this article useful. We would like to thank you for reading and we wish you the best in your future endeavours!