Caring for your silk mask can be confusing. Many of us assume silk is a dry clean only product and technically, for your silk to continue looking and feeling exactly as it did out of the package, that is true. However, silk has been a fabric used for centuries, long before the invention of dry cleaning and many silks can be washed safely at home.
Washing separately and in the sink is the best way to give these luxurious fabrics a delicate bath. Here are the steps I've tested and found successful with stretch silk charmeuse and crepe de chine. Note: crepe de chine will shrink slightly and have a pebbled hand after washing (steaming does help).
STEPS IN CARING FOR SILKS
We recommend a steamer to remove wrinkles. You typically iron silk from the back and since our masks are self lined, this is not possible.
After cleaning, store your silks in a breathable cotton bag. Since silk is a natural protein, a moth repellent will help prevent holes.