Silk Material Guide
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Benefits of Silk Fiber
Your Body’s Second Layer of Skin: Silk fiber contains about 30% of Sericin, a kind of protein with similar chemical composition to the protein in our skin. Sericin is widely applied to cosmetic products due to its anti-aging benefits. It helps to improve skin elasticity and reduce skin wrinkles. Silk fiber as duvet filling helps to rejuvenate our skin by keeping a balanced amount of moisture in our skin, so we can wake up feeling young and refreshed.
Hypoallergenic: Silk, being a natural protein, provides an incredibly inhospitable environment for dust mites, mold, fungus, and other allergens. Silk bedding is proven to be HYPOALLERGENIC. If you have skin problems, it might be worth reconsidering the material you snuggle against 8 hours a day.
Self-Cleans: By keeping moisture level balanced, silk helps to prevent the breeding of mites, bacteria, and mold which easily lead to human allergies and discomfort. Moisture also helps to prevent static electricity and keeps dust away.