Silk sheets can be beneficial to your health. Silk sheets are naturally hypoallergenic. When a silkworm weaves it cocoon there are naturally occurring substances in it that protect it from various natural threats. Because the process of turning the cocoons into silk sheets is a gentle one that does not strip away that natural substance, silk is a natural deterrent to dust mites, mold, and fungus – all things that can bother allergy sufferers and people who suffer from asthma.
Although I don’t know if this is proven or not, but the essential amino acids found in silk sheets are said to be good for a person’s skin, hair, and nervous system. Sleeping on silk sheets is supposed to delay wrinkling of the skin. Those same amino acids are supposed to be calming which is good for a person’s nervous system as being calm allows a person’s body to more easily refresh and rejuvenate itself during sleeping hours. Silk sheets are great in both the summer and the winter. Because silk sheets have a great draping ability, it gently conforms to a person’s body which helps to retain heat and keep a person warm in the winter. In the summer its great breathability properties allow silk sheets to wick away moisture and keep a person cool.
Silk sheets are a wonderful thing to own. Once you have one set of 100% mulberry silk sheets, you will want to buy more. That is that wonderful.