We can confidently say that 'Not all silk is created equal'.
Our products are crafted with care from 100% natural premium materials, the finest silk, and the softest cashmere, bringing you ultimate comfort every day and evermore.
Natural Premium Material
For thousands of years, Silk has been considered the most luxurious textile material. Thanks to its naturality, mulberry silk is known for its breathability, hypoallergenic, and moisture retention.
With a signature pearl-like gloss shines on its surface and the touch of its heavenly smoothness that feels like bare skins, our 100% mulberry silk relax both your body and soul by comforting every inch of you on your hair and skin with 18 beneficial amino acids that bring better feelings of natural and safe.
Design For Comfort
With over 13 years' expertise in silk-making, designing, and manufacturing, we are confident in all of our products.
They are crafted and tested to ensure maximum comfort and approved by millions of our customers.
We only use the finest long fiber mulberry silk (Grade 6A) to make our products, with a wide range of choices on thickness from 19 momme to 25 momme. We go to great lengths to keep our products safe, clean, and toxin-free with OEKO-TEX certification.
Never Stop Innovating.
With over 13 years’ expertise in silk-making, designing, and manufacturing, we never stop innovating.
After unremitting research lasting years, we are proud of our revolutionary LILYÁUREA® Natural Gold-Silk Collection which, is a solution for very sensitive skin and for those who are allergic to colorants. We will also launch our unique 100% Charmeuse silk range, with elasticity – a gamechanger in the silk industry.
Care For All
No matter what we do, we do it with care and considerations for our customers, staff, partners, and the world.
The natural fibers are degradable, only take 1 to 5 years to decompose which is 50 times faster than synthetic materials.
Mulberry trees require less water than cotton to grow and they are not sprayed with pesticides to protect the soil.
Our products are classic and simple, which are designed to be used for a long time to reduce waste.
Selecting A graded Mongolian cashmere so that it is soft enough to be worn comfortably against the bare skin.
sleek, soft and stretchy, ideal for skin-contact garments as this jersey wicks away moisture while remaining breathable.
With the stunning golden-ish color, instead of being a human creation, Golden Cocoon is surprisingly creat by mother nature.
This series is made of metal blended silk fabrics that are more durable and stunning to help you feel your gorgeous elevated self.
Softer and more stretchable than regular silk, the certified undyed LILYSOFT™ has a super soft texture that reduces static and friction.
With added natural plant extracts, LILYHERB™ contains a calming blend designed to soothe and induce a soft silky slumber.
The OEKO-TEX® standards 100 is developed and managed by the International OEKO-TEX® Association, a group of 16 textile research and test institutes in Europe and Japan, with representative agencies and contact offices in over 60 countries worldwide.
Products that pass the test in this system are allowed to carry a certification label that guarantees that the product does not contain harmful substances at levels that can be dangerous to the human body. No matter beddings or sleepwears， most of Lilysilk's products own the OEKO certification and are safe and healthy for your skin.
Genuine quality silk: Burning genuine silk produces a smell very similar to that of burning human hair. The flame is close to invisible when burning the edge of the natural silk fabric. Very soon after the flame source is taken away from the fabric, the silk will self-extinguish.
Fake silk: Most fake silk is, in fact, petroleum-based polyester products. When burned, these materials tend to combust rapidly in intense flames and smell burning plastic.
Genuine silk: The ash from burning is black, crispy, and turns to powder quickly when ground.
Fake silk: The ash of artificial silk tend to be sticky, twisted, and difficult to break apart.
Mommes (mm) is a unit traditionally used to measure the quality of silk fabrics. One momme = 4.340 grams per square meter; 8 mommes is approximately 1 ounce per square yard or 35 grams per square meter. Momme is used to measure the density of silk.
The density of the threads in the 25 momme variety of silk is also significantly higher than that of the 22 momme or 19 momme. Our 25 momme silk pillowcase boasts a thread count of 750, while our 22Momme silk pillowcase has a thread count of 600+ and 19mm silk pillowcase, with a thread count of only 400. More threads = more durable and expensive. Usually, the higher the momme weight, the more durable the weave, the more luxurious the fabric is, the more suitable it is for heavy-duty use, and the longer the shelf-life. Generally, all silks can be washed and the heavier ones can be washed repeatedly. The heavier the silk, the more opaque it becomes.
1. Mulberry silk
Mulberry silk is the long silk fiber produced by matured and domesticated silkworms when they secrete liquid silk, also known as “natural silk fiber”. It is the earliest animal fiber used by human beings and the most genuine silk fiber for all kinds of silk clothes, which is lightweight, soft, and absorbent of moisture. In addition, mulberry silk contains over 18 amino acids and protein fibers which is healthy for human skin and hair. For example, the hygroscopicity of the mulberry silk comforter is 1.5 times higher than that of cotton comforters. Besides, mulberry silk is pretty hypoallergenic, and as a consequence, many dermatologists recommend silk bedding and apparel for aged and sick people. Compared to other silk fibers, mulberry silk is more luxurious and breathable. It may not be that durable, but who’s going to use the same bedding for life?
2. Tussah Silk
Tussah silk, also known as ‘shantung,’ is a type of wild silk produced by tussah silkworms that feed on oak and juniper leaves. The silk has a feel and quality different from the mulberry silk. As the worm is not grown in a controlled environment, the moth hatches from the cocoon and interrupts the filament length, resulting in short and coarse fibers instead of long and lustrous ones. Usually, it is widespread in China and other Asian countries like India, difficult to dye, and most often available in its natural color, a creamy tan. It is also lightweight and airy, as well as dressy, giving excellent comfort to the wearer. Moreover, it does not wrinkle easily, which makes it suitable for traveling.
* extracted from silkworms
* natural protein fiber
* shiny and elegant appearance
* derived from cotton
* soft and fuzzy natural fiber
* smooth and glossy surface
* feels soft on the skin
* very comfortable
* soft yet matte surface
* feels a bit tough compared with silk
* provides warmth during cold temperatures
* stays cool during warm weather
* gives off warm insulation during frigid temperatures
* also stays cool during warm weather
* resistant to moisture, dust, mites, and allergens
* not as hypoallergenic as silk
* can foster the growth of bacteria
Most of our silk products support both hand wash and machine wash. The specific operations are as follows:Hand Wash
1. Fill a basin with <= lukewarm water 30℃/86°F.
2. Add a few drops of special detergent for the silk delicates.
3. Let the garment soak for three minutes.
4. Agitate the delicates around in the water.
5. Rinse the silk item <= lukewarm water (30℃/86°F).
6. Use a towel to soak up water after the wash.
7. Hang the garment to dry.Machine Wash
1. Check the fabric care label to see if it can be machine washed.
2. Sort the laundry.
3. Use a protective mesh bag.
4. Add the proper amount of neutral or special detergent for silk to the machine.
5. Start a delicate cycle.
6. Minimize spin time.
7. Use a towel to soak up water after the wash.
8. Hang items or lay flat to dry.MORE DETAILS >