As a breathable fabric and natural temperature regulator, silk helps retain heat in cold weather and excess heat is expelled in warm weather. Therefore your body maintains a natural, comfortable temperature. Silk is considered one of the most comfortable fabrics to wear and sleep on - keeping you warm in cold weather and cooling you down in hot weather.

Silk does not conduct static electricity and therefore reduces hair breakage (and the dreaded bed head). Unlike cotton, silk does not draw moisture away from your skin & hair, helping both your hair and skin maintain their natural moisture balance.

It contains natural protein and 18 essential amino acids including cellular albumen which help speed up cell metabolism making it particularly good for skin. With its soft texture, silk proves beneficial for those with sensitive skin (eg. Eczema).

Silk is one of the strongest of natural fibres. It is hypoallergenic, does not attract dust mites and is naturally fire retardant.