Reviewing Thxsilk silk sheets: luxury, comfort, and Soft

Silk is a high-quality natural fiber. Manufacturers use it to create a smooth, breathable fabric with good drapability. Because of these characteristics, silk fabrics are ideal for bed linens.

Characteristics of silk

Silk’s strength is one of its most intriguing properties. Silk may appear fragile at first touch, but it is actually one of the strongest fabrics available. It may be elegant and gentle on your skin, but it’s brimming with power beneath the shine.

Of course, silk fiber has more properties than strength. Examples include:

Breathability. Because silk is a lightweight, breathable fabric, it reduces the risk of overheating while you go about your day.

Elasticity. Silk clothes retain their shape well if properly cared for. Silk is flexible and has some elasticity, so it can, to some extent, pull itself back into shape after stretching. Don’t overstretch silk unless absolutely necessary.

Absorbency. Silk is relatively absorbent. Water, on the other hand, weakens the fibers, so wash your silk with care. Thxsilk has some advice that might be useful. If you use a fabric conditioner, choose something gentle, such as Comfort Pure, and always read the label for washing instructions.

Thermal control. Silk regulates your body temperature, so it can keep you cool in hot weather and warm in cold weather. Silk is the way to go if you want a fabric that is both thin and insulating.

Speed of drying Silk dries quickly, making it ideal for managing laundry or going about your daily activities.

Shine. Silk fibers are smooth and straight, unlike wool, which has scaliness that can be seen under a microscope. This distinction makes silk smoother to the touch and shinier to the eye, resulting in an overall luxurious feel.

Reviewing THXSILK 19 Momme Silk Flat Sheet


Thxsilk 19MM Silk flat sheet epitomizes everything we enjoy about silk sheets. Each item is composed of grade A mulberry silk, ensuring the highest quality available to consumers today. Seamless construction allows the sheets to drape closely to the body, insulating from the cold on chilly nights and sleeping cool the rest of the year. The luxuriously smooth hand-feel is particularly beneficial for people with acne, eczema, and other conditions that cause sensitive skin. 

Twin, full, queen, king, and California king sizes are available. You can also choose from 11 different colors ranging from white and other neutrals to more striking tones such as lavender, deep purple, and dark teal. All sets include a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and two pillowcases. The fitted sheet’s pocket depth makes it compatible with any mattress measuring up to 16 inches thick. While Thxsilk recommends dry cleaning, each component is fully machine-washable. Wash in a mesh bag on a cold, gentle cycle with like colors, then either hang to dry or tumble dry on a cool setting.

Why choose silk

1.Soft and Luxurious

Silk’s reputation as a famous fabric comes from its super-soft feel and exquisite appearance. These qualities explain why silk has been synonymous with luxury for centuries (in fact, ancient China used to restrict the use of silk to royalty only!) ), and because of its smooth, lustrous texture and fine, wrinkle-free appearance, silk has been the fabric of choice for pillowcases, duvets, clothing, accessories and more.

2.Naturally Sourced

Silk is also distinguished by its natural origins. Silk is a natural fiber derived entirely from the cocoons of silkworms. To make silk threads, the filaments are softened and unwound before being woven together. Silk fabric’s lustrous sheen is also naturally derived, as a protein called ‘fibroin’ gives the fabric its luminous sheen in the presence of light. Pro tip: compare the lustre of a given material to distinguish synthetic “silk” from natural “silk” — the man-made variety does not impart the same glossiness as the real thing!


Silk is also naturally temperature regulating, which means it’s ideal for keeping you cool in the summer and comfortable in the winter. Silk allows for better air circulation than synthetic materials and is ideal for tempering body heat because it is made of thin, lightweight natural fibers. This property makes silk extremely breathable (even better than cotton!) and moisture-wicking.


Though its fine appearance gives the impression of fragility, silk is one of the strongest natural fibers available. In fact, one silk filament is stronger than a comparable steel filament! Silk has high tensile strength and is extremely durable because the filaments bond to each other and adhere together, making it less likely to fray or pull apart even after years of use.

Frequently asked questions

The following are some commonly asked questions about silk sheets.

What is the typical price range for silk sheets?

Shoppers should expect to spend more on silk sheets than they would on synthetic fabrics or budget-friendly sheets. While many sets are available for $500 to $1,000, there are options available outside this range. Luxury options can easily cost $1,500 or more. Silk sheets are an investment, but high-quality bedding is designed to last longer.

Are there risks to using silk sheets?

A person can have a silk allergy. These people would likely have an allergic reaction to using silk sheets.

People may want to test using silk sheets for a while to see how their skin reacts to the material.

How do you wash silk sheets?

When washing silk sheets, carefully follow any instructions provided by the manufacturer. Hand washing silk sheets can soften the fibers and prevent damage. When machine washing, use the gentle or delicate cycle and confirm that the detergent is safe for silks. Professional cleaning may be suitable for some sets.

Treat any stains quickly, but do not soak silk as it can damage the fibers. Sunlight can fade the color of the sheets, so hanging them to dry in the shade is preferable


Silk sheets can provide a luxurious feel while also being breathable and temperature regulating. Certain skin conditions, such as atopic dermatitis, may benefit from the use of silk.

Pure silk can be costly and difficult to maintain. Some silk sheets must be hand washed, while others can be machine washed.

Sheets made of bamboo lyocell, cotton sateen, or synthetic satin are also available. These can have the same feel as pure silk.