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Mulberry Silk versus Satin

Mulberry Silk versus Satin

Many people find it challenging to tell the difference between Mulberry silk and satin. Moreover, more people tend to go for one that is cheaper than the other, and in the long run, regret their decision. In this article, we will look at Mulberry Silk, Satin and the difference between the two.

What is Mulberry Silk

When looking for the highest quality silk, then mulberry silk is the silk to go to. This type of silk has a history in China, where it is believed to originally come from. In China, farmers grow the Mulberry trees, and when it is fully grown, they harvest the leaves for silkworms to feed on. The resultant is cocoons, which are spun into raw silk fibers.

The silk that comes from Mulberry is the finest silk that you will come across in the whole world. In addition to that, this type of silk is more refined as compared to the other types of silk. Any product that is made from mulberry silk is very durable. Since this silk is 100% natural, odorless and hypoallergenic, hair products that are made from mulberry silk reduce the possibilities of allergic reactions. This means that Mulberry silk hair products will not cause any form of itching or discomfort to the user.

What is Satin

Satin is a fabric that is known to have shiny, soft, and elastic, with a beautiful drape. Satin is mostly defined by the length of the filament and not the fiber that is used. Consequently, satin has various characteristics, some of which include durability, shiny front, resistance to wrinkle, and beautiful drape. Satin is the silk that we mostly refer to when we talk about silk in general.

There are different satin hair products such as hair bonnets which are good for your hair when you are about to go to bed. When sleeping with a satin cap or bonnet, your hair is safe in that you will no longer have split ends, and hair breakage will also be greatly reduced.

What is the Difference?

There are various differentiating factors between these two products. The differences between Mulberry silk and Satin include the following;

Appearance and Feel

Mulberry silk is the purest silk fabric that you will ever come across. This is because it is made from 100% natural protein, making it have both a smooth and soft feel. How this type of silk feels cannot be replicated by any artificial fabrics.

Satin, on the other hand, has a slippery texture. You are most likely to know a satin product if you feel the texture with your fingertips. However, you should not confuse its slipperiness with softness.

Mulberry silk is a natural fiber whereas Satin is a type of weave that is made from based on chemicals. Since Mulberry silk is not made with any chemicals, this makes them to safer to use as compared to satin.

Mulberry silk is much expensive when compared to satin because it is 100% natural and pure. The main reason why most people go for satin is that it is affordable. However, this may be costly in the long run, especially when you have to keep replacing the piece.

 

Hair and Skin Moisture Retention

Hair products that are made from Mulberry silk contain amino acids and a special protein that is referred to as Sericin. When you sleep or cover your hair with a Mulberry silk bonnet, your hair and skin are naturally conditioned. This is a treatment for the hair and the skin in general. On the contrary, satin is made from polyester or nylon, both of which are derived from oil or petroleum.

In summary, getting to know the difference between Mulberry silk and satin is very important in that it helps you choose the best to work with. Therefore, from the above information, you will be able to make an informed decision.

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