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Why Silk Coquille

At Silk Coquille, we believe that not all silk scrunchies are created equal. We are passionate about delivering exceptional quality that combines the elegance of silk with the luxury of stones, exclusively for you.

We've searched relentlessly for the finest silk, working closely with our suppliers to ensure the highest quality materials are used. We maintain strict quality standards and ethical workplace practices to craft our scrunchies.

Crafted from pure mulberry silk with a luxurious thickness of 22 momme, Silk Coquille scrunchies represent the pinnacle of silk accessories. They are meticulously designed to enhance your hair's health and your style.

When choosing silk scrunchies, beware of imitations. Embrace the authentic luxury and quality that Silk Coquille offers.

What is a momme?

Momme (mm) is a special unit of measurement used to determine the weight and thickness of silk fabric. It's an indication of quality and durability. When you choose a silk product, like our scrunchies, it's important to be aware of this factor. 

Here's the scoop: The higher the momme, the better the quality. At Silk Coquille, we don't cut corners. Our scrunchies are made from pure mulberry silk with a substantial momme rating of 22. This means they're thicker, more durable, and have a luxurious sheen that sets them apart. 

While some imitations may make tempting promises, we're committed to delivering the real deal.

How do I care for my Silk Coquille Scrunchie?

Hand wash with cold water only and detergent (make sure not to rub or scrub too hard), maximum water temperature 30°C/85°F.

What we recommend for detergent

  • Liquid
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Dermatologist tested
  • Non-sensitizing

    Detergent should be free of synthetic fragrances, dyes, 1,4 dioxane, harsh chemicals, phosphates free, phthalates free, enzyme free, sulfate free, and readily biodegradable.

Dry your Silk Coquille Scrunchie

1. Air Dry: Air drying is the best way to dry a silk scrunchie. Lay it flat on a clean, dry towel. Gently roll the towel with the scrunchie inside to remove excess moisture. Avoid wringing or twisting the scrunchie, as this can damage the delicate silk fibers.

2. Avoid direct sunlight: Do not place the silk scrunchie in direct sunlight, as this can cause the colors to fade. Instead, find a shaded or indoor location for drying.

3. Keep it away from heat sources: Avoid using hair dryers, radiators, or other heat sources to speed up the drying process as excessive heat can damage the silk.

4. Handle with care: When the scrunchie is partially dry, gently reshape it if needed, and allow it to air dry completely.   

Can I iron my Scrunchie?

Silk can wrinkle, so if needed, use a low heat setting for steam ironing while the fabric is slightly damp. It's essential to avoid high heat or direct contact, as these can damage the delicate silk fibers and rhinestones.