What difference about Mulberry Silk vs. Regular Silk
You might be wondering how mulberry differs from regular silk. Sometimes referred to as the “King of Silk,” there are plenty of reasons why mulberry silk stands out from the crowd.
Here are several factors that pinpoint the differences between mulberry silk and silk:
Uniformity – Since Bombyx mori moths only feed on white mulberry leaves, the strands produced are longer and more refined. Other silk is made from shorter fibers that can create abnormalities in the material.
Color – Mulberry silk is always pure white with no exceptions, making it a great complement to luxurious bedding that feels pristine.
Texture – Other types of silk tend to be rougher to the touch, whereas mulberry silk is buttery soft.
Price – Because of its premium status, mulberry silk tends to run more expensive than more generic types of silk.
Scent – An amazing characteristic that sets mulberry silk apart from the crowd is the fact that it has no scent.
Hypoallergenic and antibacterial – Ideal for people with allergies, mulberry silk is hypoallergenic and a fantastic choice for those with sensitive skin or noses. This silk actually contains the natural protein sericin, which reduces the risk of an allergic reaction.2
Our Silk bedding all are made Mulberry Silk.