Pure silk is a luxurious, extremely soft natural fiber. Its smoothness reduces the signs of sleep creases, hair breakage and split ends.

"The queen of fibers" is hypoallergenic
and gentle for the most sensitive skin.

Its thermoregulating properties make you cozy in the winter and cool in the summer.

OUR SILK IS SAFE.

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We are proud to say that our products are made of natural silk that is awarded the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® Certification, Product class 1. What does it mean? 

"All types of textiles that have been tested for harmful substances, from yarns to the finished product,  may bear the STANDARD 100 product label."

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OEKO-TEX® stands for customer confidence and high product safety. By buying our products you can be sure that they do not contain any toxic or allergic substances and are environmentally friendly, which we love. Moreover, "Product class 1" means that articles are safe for babies and toddlers.

NOT ALL SILK IS EQUAL.

GRADE

The raw silk is divided into 11 grades: 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A, A, B, C, D, E, F. In reference to The GB/T Standards silk is classified according to the results of the test categories such as cleanness, neatness, tenacity, defect and more. In brief, 6A grade mulberry silk is the finest quality silk in the market. And... it's exactly what we offer! 

MOMME COUNT

The momme count shows the density. It is determined by taking a 100 feet by 45 inches piece of silk fabric and weighing it. For example, if the weight is 14 pounds, then the silk is 14 momme.

We would love you to know that our silk is at least 22 momme. It means that it's more "fleshy", less prone to wrinkle, more durable. 

GOOD TO KNOW.

Biodegradable. Silk is a natural protein fiber that takes 1-4 years to fully decompose. For comparison, polyester takes up to 200 years. 

Silk quality is graded. We are so happy that our customers enjoy GRADE 6A, which is the finest quality available in the marketplace.

According to the legend, silk was invented accidentally by a woman named Leizu, around the year 2696 BC in China.