About Mulberry Silk

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Morton Mulberry Silk

Why Is Mulberry Silk Special?

Silk fabric was created in Ancient China in approximately 2696 BC and played a vital role in the Chinese culture and economy for thousands of years. China continued to enforce strict controls over silk production until around 200 BC when it provided the skills to Korea.  


By the 11th century, Italy was known for its silk production and gradually the needed technology and foodplant spread across Europe, successfully reaching England in 1732.


Mulberry silk is the most luxurious natural silk available on the global textile market and it is also the most expensive type of silk to buy. Products made from 100% Mulberry silk are among the most luxurious silk goods available.


What is it about Mulberry silk that makes it so special? The secret lies in its production and the structure of the fibres. The silk strands are produced from captive silkworms that are raised in optimum conditions. The Silkmoth, Bombyx mori, lays approximately 500 eggs and these microscopic eggs are kept at 65° Fahrenheit. When the eggs are ready to hatch the temperature is slowly increased to 75° Fahrenheit.

About Mulberry Silk showing silk cocoons
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Mulberry Silk Fabric

The silkworms are fed exclusively with Mulberry leaves and the resulting silk is some of the finest available in the world. Mulberry silk is more refined than other types of silk as it is pure white in colour, odourless and consists of individual long fibres. Studies have shown that this, combined with its triangular, rounded cross-section, makes Mulberry silk the finest and strongest silk available compared to other types.


As well as being superior in strength and quality, it is 100% natural, odourless and hypoallergenic.


Mulberry silk contains sericin, a natural protein that reduces the possibility of an allergic reaction. Sericin is a biomolecule of great significance as it has antibacterial, UV resistant, oxidative resistant and moisturising properties. Meaning that Morton Mulberry Silk products are a healthy and safe choice for everyone.


Morton Mulberry Silk products are classified as 22 momme. Momme is a word of Japanese origin used to denote the weight of real silk. A higher momme represents a denser and heavier weave. 22 momme signifies high quality.

About Mulberry Silk showing a mulberry farm for silk
About Mulberry Silk - showing a Champagne Silk Sleep Mask
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A Little About Us

Previously working within the beauty industry, my clients complained that cotton sleep masks helped them sleep, but caused other problems including sweating, facial creasing and skin problems. After researching fabrics and materials I realised that the properties of Mulberry Silk would be a perfect solution.

The benefits of Silk for hair and skin are amazing! 22 Momme density silk has properties that can decrease wrinkles and improve the appearance of skin’s hydration. The soft natural fibres of natural silk reducing pressure on creased skin, reducing puffy eyes, and silk is gentle enough to be worn with modern lashes without damaging the lash fibres.

 Sleeping on 100% pure silk your hair will glide across the silk pillow case, eliminating bed head and frizzy hair.  Silk also reduces split ends and hair breakage caused by conventional cotton pillowcases and hair ties. Morton Mulberry Silk Pillowcase sets and hair scrunchies are the perfect solution, protecting your gorgeous locks and hair extensions.

About Mulberry Silk - showing a Champagne Silk Sleep Mask
Morton Mulberry Silk offers a selection of luxury 100% Mulberry silk products to help improve your sleep, skin and hair. If you have a passion for the finer things in life then our range of handcrafted silk pillowcases, sleep masks, facemasks and gift boxes will not disappoint.
Our Return and Exchange Policies
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Dispatch items back within: 30 days of delivery
I don’t accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can’t be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can’t accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalised orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.