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Here’s why:

This natural protein fiber is air permeable and naturally absorbs moisture away from your skin while you sleep, keeping you dry and comfortable.
The Sericin contained in silk is inhospitable to bed mites and prevents the growth of mold, keeping your duvet totally free of allergens.
Silk will keep nasty mold and fungus at bay, so you can have a clean allergy free sleep.
Silk is a fire retardant…ideal for your baby’s crib.
Silk is natural fiber that doesn’t conduct heat or static electricity, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter while... maintaining your natural body temperature.
Silk is exquisitely soft and hugs your body while you have the most...

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WARMTH

Silk is a "natural" fiber. It does not "conduct" heat or static electricity; heat is retained during cold air temperatures and redundant heat is shed during summer temperatures (keeping you cool). Therefore, your body maintains its natural temperature.

Silk is the perfect alternative for partners with differing body temperatures when they sleep. Depending on your internal body temperature and the ambient temperature of the room, silk will either wick heat and moisture off of your body or retain the heat for those who are sensitive to the cold.


Air pockets provide insulation, but provide no sensual comfort. Down can bunch up inside the baffles of the d...

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85% of women experience hot flashes during peri-menopause and menopause. Unfortunately, night sweats are a natural result of hot flashes and interrupt a good nights’ sleep. There are plenty of medications, natural remedies and hormone therapies out there, but only one good bedding choice for women suffering with menopause symptoms – silk duvets!

To deal with temperature changes, or hormonal fluctuations from menopause, a silk duvet offers a lightweight veil of warmth or a naturally cooling cover - whichever the body needs. Silk is natural fiber that doesn’t conduct heat or static electricity, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter while... maintaining your nat...

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Silk has a luxurious past. It was worn only by nobles and merchants who could afford it. People back in the age dreamed of wearing silk clothes and sleeping in a smooth bed layered with a silk duvet.

First Appearance of Silk
Silk first came to the West from the Chinese. China cultivated vast silk farms which were quite popular way back in 27 Century BC. Silk was a huge rage in China then, so much so, that rules were created to prevent families from going bankrupt over it. So famous was silk that the trade route to China was named the Silk Road.
In time, China lost its hold over silk production with Arab and Western nations becoming the major silk producers. Arab nations became the first reg...

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