The Benefits of Silk

When you choose the silk product, maybe you are just attracted by its lustrous beauty and luxurious softness. But do you know other benefits of silk that whether natural or manmade fabric cannot match? Silk earn the reputation as the queen of fabric not only because its beauty, the benefits are the main reasons. Now let’s begin to know what these benefits are.

1 First we should know silk is a 100% natural fabric. So it will not hurt our skin.
2 Because of its natural protein structure, silk is the most hypoallergenic of all fabrics.
3 No matter it’s in winter or summer, silk products are suitable for us. Silk is warm and cozy in winter and comfortably cool when temperatures rise. Its natural temperature-regulating properties give silk this paradoxical ability to cool and warm simultaneously. Silk garments thus outperform other fabrics in both summer and winter. Silk worn as a second layer warms without being bulky.
4 Silk can absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling damp. And silk also can absorb perspiration so as to let your skin breathe swimmingly.
5 While silk abrasion resistance is moderate, it is the strongest natural fiber. A fiber of silk that is of the same diameter as a fiber of steel is said to be stronger than the steel.
6 Silk’s smooth surface resists soil and odors very well. Silk is wrinkle and tear resistant.
7 When washing the silk product, you will find it’s easy to clean it. And silk dries quickly.

With these benefits, we know that the reputation ‘the queen of fabric’ of silk is deserved. Are you attracted by silk much more deeply?

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