Top 10 Silk Brands – Since 2002,More than 19 years of expertise in silk products
OEKO-TEX Certified- fabric free from hazardous chemicals
Highly experienced in silk products design & production - 200,000 ㎡ silk farm, growing our own mulberry, experienced in silkworm rearing and cocoon/silk production, ensures high quality of raw materials
Luxurious Material - THXSILK silk sheets are handcrafted by top 6A mulberry silk, giving a truly luxurious feeling
Customer Service – THXSILK is committed to providing customers with exceptional pre-sales & after-sales service
Momme is the fabric weight of silk fabrics (it's used instead of thread count). In general, the higher the momme, the better the quality of the silk.
Anti-ageing:Silk contains natural proteins and 18 essential amino acids. Studies have shown that amino acids can resist the effects of aging, especially in facial skin, and can help calm the nervous system.
Naturally retains moisture, for a more youthful and glowing complexion：While other materials absorb moisture from your skin when sleeping at night, the dense weaving of silk fibers helps keep moisture close to your skin
Naturally hypoallergenic, Relief for skin irritation and allergy sufferers: Due to the natural protein structure and other natural substances of silkworm, pure mulberry silk can repel various environmental allergens, including dust mites, molds, bedbugs and bacteria. Because our silk does not contain any chemicals, silk sheets provide ideal bedding for people with sensitive skin.
Improves sleep quality, enjoys the sweetest possible slumber!: Bedding may be at least partly to blame in some of sleep disorders. Sheets that irritate your skin, bunch up, or invite dust mites in will interfere with a good night’s rest. Silk, with all its aforementioned benefits, is the fabric that will dress your bed for the sweetest possible slumber.
Hand wash is recommended and machine wash is also possible.
Machine-washable in lukewarm water (30℃) on most gentle cycle available.
Use gentle or special detergent for silk.
Hang dry without direct sunlight if possible.
Tumble dry on a cool setting if using drying machine. Avoid drying for extended period of time.
Iron when slightly damp using a cool setting. Always iron on the inside.