Country/Region of Manufacture:China
MPN:Does Not Apply
Material:100% Silk, Silk
Hair Type:All Hair Types, Long Hair
Material:100% Pure Mulberry Silk
Feature:Pure Silk Both Sides, Non-Toxic, Eco-Friendly
Carlty¡¯s Pure Silk Scrunchies
Made from 100% Pure Mulberry Silk and maintains all the properties of silk. The tightly woven smoothfibres helps keep hair from knotting.
What is Charmeuse Silk?
Silk is a natural protein fibre which can be woven into different types of textiles including Silk Chiffon, Crepe, Shantong, Habotai and Silk Charmeuse. No one uses Chiffon Silk to make bedding. Most people use Habotai or Charmeuse Silk, Habotai weave does not have a smooth silky surface like Charmeuse. Charmeuse weave and Satin weave are essentially the same,Tight Heavyweight weave with a glossy surface and a dull back. We use the word Charmeuse instead of the word Satin because Satin has been hijacked by Polyester manufacturers that use Polyester fibres in a Satin weave to create the illusion of Silk and then incorrectly call it Satin. Our Silk bedding’s are made from Silk in a Charmeuse weave.
Carlty¡¯s After-Care Advise
Wash Silk in Cold Water.Do not use chlorine bleach, fabric softener or harsh chemical washing detergents.(Gentle Liquid) DO NOT SPIN DRY.
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In the very unlikely event that your goods arrived damaged, please contact us immediately, and we will arrange a replacement for you, or your money back.
Questions and Contacting us
As a UK based retailer we are on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding our products. We always answer your emails within 24 hours, Before opening an store case, please contact us, as we will always do our very best to deal with any issues you may have.
The History of Silk
Silk has been known to man for approx. 5000 years. Its discovery is attributed to Xiling, wife of the Chinese Emperor Huang-Di.
This is how the story of one of the most elegant natural fabric success got started.
Silk came from China to Persia, Korea and Japan.Up until the 13th century silk was only available as an oriental import and only very wealthy people could afford it.In Europe, while under Norman Rule, Southern Italy became an important centre for breeding silkworms and spinning silk.For a long time Italy remained the leading silk country in Europe until France expanded its silk weaving in the middle of the 17th century and surpassed Italy.
Compared to the world’s total fibre production, silk fibres only make up less than 1%.
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