Silk Silk generally refers to mulberry silk. Mulberry s […]
Silk generally refers to mulberry silk. Mulberry silk is an animal protein fiber. It is rich in 18 kinds of amino acids necessary for the human body. It can help the skin maintain the metabolism of the surface lipid film, keep the skin moist and enhance cell vitality. Mulberry silk is known as the "fibre queen."
Silk fiber is the only natural filament fiber that has been put into practical use. It is formed by the secretion of silk secretion from silkworm. Silk fiber is divided into mulberry silk, tussah silk, ramie silk, cassava silk, and willow silk due to different feeding habits of silkworm. Silk is the most precious.
The silk-made garments have excellent moisture absorption, breathability and unparalleled skin-friendly properties. Long-term contact with the skin, has a good nourishment.
The esteem of silk is not only its hygroscopicity, breathability, skin-friendlyness, but also its natural pollution-free. Silkworms are more delicate. In the process of breeding, once they encounter smoke, chemical pesticides, they can't spit silk, and they can't survive.