Is a natural fibre produced by silkworms. The silkworm feeds on mulberry leaves and spins its cocoon out of silk fibres. Once the moth has left its cocoon, the fibres are steamed and spun into silk. This is a completely natural process. This is what we use in our silk accessories here Klaari Silk. 


Is a weave of a fabric. It can be made of a number of fibres most commonly including  polyester, nylon, rayon, and cotton. Satin products are often labeled as being silk-satin , but upon closer inspection you will find that there is a much higher percentage of polyester and/or cotton than any other material. 


Being that satin is a finish of a fabric most commonly woven from synthetic materials mentioned above, it is much cheaper to produce, and it is not as durable as silk materials. In fact, 99% of products labeled as satin sold on the market are not made with silk. Satin offers some similar benefits to silk, but will take longer to see results. Satin, unlike silk can be machine washed, and doesn't possess as many of the benefits that silk has, since silk is a natural protein fibre. Silk is much more costly to produce, yet here at Klaari Silk we ensure it is 100% a chemical free and natural production. Silk is also naturally a biodegradable material, and contains thermo-regulating properties while maintaining the moisture in your hair and skin.