Silk is Strong, REALLY Strong
The thread which is produced by the spinning glands of the silkworm is the finest and strongest natural fibre in the world. It is so strong that it has been used in bullet proof vests and at the same thickness is stronger than steel.
Silk is like your Skin
Silk is a protein fibre, meaning that is very similar to human skin.
Our silk bracelets have a natural calming effect on the body sharing the same proteins and amino acids as our own skin and the mulberry tree where our silk is born.
Silk cools and warms simultaneously.
Silk garments are perfect for summer and winter as they can cool in summer and warm in winter and do both simultaneously. Silk will absorb perspiration while letting your skin breathe.
Silk naturally contributes to your bodies balance and well- being.
So what exactly is silk and how is it made?
Silk is the fine thread with which a silkworm spins its cocoon. The silkworm pupates in its cocoon and emerges 20 days later as a moth.
It has been used in clothing for over 5000 years.
Because of silk's unique sheen, colours radiate and assume a luminescent character. This gleaming however is not the only quality of silk.
Thanks to its extremely fine natural and smooth fibre structure, silk flows in a supple and soft way.
Silk Wears well
In spite of its delicate appearance, silk is relatively robust. Its smooth surface resists soil and odours well. Silk is wrinkle and tear resistant, and dries quickly.
Silk is safe and Non-Allergenic
Because of its protein structure, silk is the most hypoallergenic of all fabrics. That means it's less likely to cause allergic reactions to the wearer. For people with skin allergies silk can be a God send.
Silk is easy super Care
Silk is naturally wrinkle-resistant, glossy, hypoallergenic, and easy to care for.
Other fabrics can only claim these qualities after being treated with additives.