Our natural moisture-wicking technology replaces synthetic wicking agents.
Whether worn on our bodies or embedded in them, silk has a history that leads to how we’re using it today.
Nearly everything you wear has been “finished” with chemicals—but that alone isn’t the problem
For the first time, we’ve discovered how to liquefy natural silk protein, and maintain it in a stable liquid form. Now we’re able to produce it at commercial scale and are using it to replace chemicals common in the textile industry. And that’s just the beginning.
By extracting silk’s chief protein, fibroin, we’ve made silk even safer for the human body.
How our co-founders landed on silk chemistry as their most meaningful work.