Today’s parents have lots of choices for their baby’s bed linen: organic cotton percale, Egyptian cotton sateen sheets, flannel sheets, bamboo sheets, microfiber sheets, and more. It may surprise you to learn that the best fabric for your baby’s fitted crib sheet is not cotton or a blend: it’s silk! This article explains why silk outperforms cotton as the absolute best fabric for your baby to sleep
Pillowcases can definitely damage hair. But NOT if those pillowcases are made from pure mulberry silk. This article discusses how some pillowcases damage hair and why silk pillowcases are quite beneficial to hair.
As your baby begins to explore the world, their skin can become vulnerable to dryness, eczema, and cradle cap. Learn how silk can help with these skin conditions. All-natural pure silk crib sheets are also gentle on your baby’s delicate hair and can help to regulate their temperature for a comfortable night’s sleep
Learn about the causes of your baby bald spot, baby eczema, and cradle cap and how a silk crib sheet can help. Having your bay sleep on an all-natural, hypoallergenic, 100% pure silk crib sheets can help soothe skin irritation and protect your baby's delicate hair and skin.