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WHAT IS SILK PROTEIN?
According to historical sources, since ancient times, it has been remarked upon that the Japanese women who worked in sericulture, the production of silk and with silk yarn always had youthful hands. Since those times, the women of the Far East who discovered the effects of silk on the skin have used silk for cosmetic purposes.
Silk protein is produced by processing silk from the silkworm. Our hair and skin consists of keratin which has the same structure as silk.
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tHE HISTORY OF SILK
According to legend, during the reign of the Chinese emperor Hoang-Ti who reigned in 2600 BC, a caterpillar was eating a mulberry leaf and weaving a cocoon in the palace garden. Upon seeing this, the emperor ordered the examination of this caterpillar’s life and gave this task to his wife, She-Ling-She. After a long period of time, the queen eventually determined that silk could be drawn from the cocoon and it could be used for weaving. As a result, She-She-Ling is known as a silk deity in the history of silk making.