According to the survey, some people never wore cotton pajamas because they said that they only love the way that silky fabric feels on their skin. Some people can't
wear certain types of fabrics because of allergies. Because of silk’s natural, durable and resistant, it has become one of the best choices for most women.
New research explores more benefits of silk. As these six points show, silk may be very well on its way to becoming a natural antidote for various health conditions.
-Silk has temperature regulating properties which makes it ideal for garments in interchangeable climates.
-Thanks to its extremely fine and smooth fiber structure, silk flows in a supple
-Silk is highly absorbent and dries fast. It absorbs moisture up to 30% of its own weight and remains dry to the touch. At the same time silk thread simply increases in size, and good air circulation promotes rapid evaporation of excessive moisture. So silk fabric absorbs perspiration while letting the skin breathe.
-Handloom silks are produced using much less energy.
-Because of its protein structure, is the most hypoallergenic of all fabrics. That means it's less likely to cause allergic reactions to the wearer. For people with skin allergies, silk can be a Godsend.