At some point today, you're going to lay down to sleep. Hopefully for at least six to eight hours. Why not make the most of it? Get between our luxurious, comfortable, pure mulberry silk sheets and sink into the best beauty sleep you’ve ever had. From hair and skin to sleep quality and beyond, our silk sheets are an absolute dream. We’re confident you’ll be thrilled with the results of adding our silk sheets to your beauty and wellness routine.
Silk sheets are the ultimate insider secret to better beauty sleep. And we’re about to deliver the scoop (shhhhh!). The facts are simple, soft, gentle, protein-based silk is simply amazing for your hair and skin. Our smooth silk bedding tames tangles and bedhead; prevents frizz and breakage; and naturally hydrates your hair.
The friction free surface also protects and nourishes hair as it grows. And for your skin? Anti-aging benefits galore! The sleek, gentle surface of silk bedding prevents sleep wrinkles (no pulling or tugging delicate eye area) and naturally hydrates skin while you rest. Our silk sheets are also perfect for sensitive and acne-prone skin; they’re hypoallergenic, non-irritating, and certified free from toxins and chemicals.
Did you know that silk keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter? Pure silk is a natural, protein-based fiber with a unique biological structure. Unlike cotton (which absorbs moisture and stays damp) silk sheets wick away moisture to keep you cool and dry in warm weather or if you’re a hot sleeper. When the conditions turn cool, the air pockets in silk fiber work to insulate and keep you warm. This makes silk the ideal fabric for sleeping comfortably year-round, in any weather, and under any conditions.
When it comes to luxury bedding, nothing compares to silk sheets. For thousands of years, silk has been prized as the most desirable, indulgent, sensuous fabric on Earth. And it remains so today. The soft luster of pure silk charmeuse cannot be replicated either with cotton or artificial satin fabric; silk also layers and drapes beautifully for a true style statement. Of course, the stunning look of silk sheets is exceeded only by their feel: soft, smooth, and just a little bit decadent. If you’ve been sleeping on cotton, you may need a night or two to acclimate to the feel of silk sheets. Once you do, we don’t think you’ll ever want to go back.
"I bought the sheets to see if they would give me any allergy relief. The morning after the first use, I woke completely clear of the sniffles/ sneezing of my previous nights. I have also noticed a change in my hair and skin. My hair is smooth and static free. My skin looks more youthful.This product is worth the expense."
- J Railine
"I found Mulberry Park Silk were the best for quality, price and comfort. Above all, their customer service is amazing... I got my first Mulberry Park Silk sheets set almost 2 yrs ago and absolutely love them. [My] sleeping experience [has] changed dramatically. My body stays warm, skin keeps its moisture. ... . It’s amazing how that thin layer of cloud feeling fabric can keep my body temperature regulated and warm without it being too hot unlike having comforter over me. If you want the BEST product for your money, the only way to go is Mulberry Park Silk bedding.. I haven’t used my 1500 thread count Egyptian Cotton sheets!!"
- Jerry G
"I wish I had gotten these years ago. Like other buyers, I got pillowcases first - just to make sure the deal was real regarding allergies. And it is so true. Less congestion, less time spent awake coughing from my allergies, and more time sound asleep until the evil alarm clock goes off. And that was just from a pillowcase. Of course the bedsheets were the next thing - and came here to Mulberry Park Silks. The sheets are super soft and I love the gliding feeling. Why did I wait so long?! I whole heartedly love these sheets. Even my husband is happy with them - so I guess it really means - I won double time!!! (Now to convince him I Need the 30 Momme sheet sets and the duvet). Wish me luck!!!"
You’ll love what sleeping on silk sheets does for your hair, including taming frizz and tangles and helping your tresses retain their natural moisture.
Silk is a soft, smooth, friction-free surface. There’s no pulling or tugging like you get with the microscopic fibers from a cotton pillowcase. This means our silk bedding tames tangles and prevents breakage and split ends. The gentle surface of silk is ideal for protecting delicate hair and promoting regrowth. And if you want to preserve that pricey and time-consuming blow-out, you should definitely be sleeping on silk.
Protein-based silk fabric naturally hydrates and helps your hair retain essential moisture. Did you know that cotton, which is naturally absorbent, can actually pull moisture out of your hair while you sleep? Think about that: cotton bedding acts as a reverse conditioner for your hair. Switching to silk will surround your hair with the soft, protein-rich, amino acids that will keep it looking and feeling great. In fact, many high-end salon conditioning products actually contain silk protein, known as sericin.
If you’ve got coarse, curly, or kinky hair, you can tame frizz by sleeping on silk sheets and pillowcases. First, silk provides a friction-free, gentle environment that will keep your curls from tangling, breaking, and splitting. Nothing is gentler on your hair than silk. Second, silk naturally hydrates your hair. This is absolutely essential, because the structure of a curly hair follicle makes it far more likely to grow dry and damaged. Silk sheets can help!
Silk sheets are an absolute gift to your skin. The smooth surface helps minimize sleep creases while the protein-based fibers soothe and hydrate sensitive or dry skin.
The friction-free surface of our silk means your delicate facial skin can glide across. This can help silk stop those nasty sleep lines (the ones that can lead to fine lines and wrinkle formation)! Pair our pure silk sheets and pillowcase with a pure mulberry silk eye mask to truly pamper your peepers.
Speaking of your face, silk is non-irritating. It is naturally hypoallergenic and resistant to mold and mites. Doctors recommend sleeping on silk for folks with sensitive skin (even babies) and common skin conditions like acne and eczema. Pure silk sheets will soothe and calm your skin (and your spirit)..
Silk is a protein-based fiber. This makes silk naturally moisturizing and protective to your skin. Cotton bedding is absorbent and pulls moisture away from your delicate facial skin while you sleep. Silk's unique properties help your skin retain more moisture than cotton, so your skin can stay healthy and hydrated all night.
Silk regulates temperature and wicks moisture. Silk fabric is breathable, which keeps you comfortable year-round in any sleep conditions.
There's a lot of science behind why silk is so wonderful for you. We're happy to share our expertise to help you understand why silk is so special.
Silk is a protein-based fiber. Your hair and skin are also protein-based. This is why silk nourishes hair and skin and helps them retain natural moisture. In fact, lots of spa- and salon-level hair and skin products contain silk protein, known as sericin.
Silk amino acids are natural water-soluble glycoproteins extracted from silk. Therefore, you will see the term "silk amino acids," also referred to as "sericin" or "silk protein." The protein structure of amino acids in our skin and the protein structure of amino acids in silk are highly compatible.
Amino acids are the building blocks used to make peptides and proteins we all need to stay healthy. When a silkworm creates its filament, the silk fiber is "glued together" with sericin or silk amino acids. Many high-end cosmetics and lotions secret ingredients are the essential amino acids and sericin they extract from silk. When you sleep on a silk pillowcase or silk bed sheets, your skin and hair also benefit from these natural amino acids and sericin found in the silk fiber.
As a protein-based fiber, silk is hypoallergenic and naturally resistant to mold, dust mites, fungus, and other allergens. It is non-irritating and ideal for sensitive skin. Silk is recommended for anyone with sensitive skin or conditions like acne, eczema, or psoriasis.
Silk fiber has a unique molecular structure. It is breathable and moisture wicking. In hot temperatures, silk keeps you cool. In colder temperatures, silk creates pockets of insulation that trap air to keep you warm. It is the ideal fabric for sleeping well and regulating temperature in any conditions.