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Unravelling Silk's Dark Side

Conventional silk rearing methods generally involve the needless death of millions of silkworms. Over one month, the silkworm will multiply x10,000 its original size and produce enough silk to spin 1,000m of continuous silk thread. Typically, silk farms boil their cocoons after they have been spun to preserve the continuous strand.

The Seresilk Difference

Cruelty-free, Australian Silk

All Seresilk formulations use Ahimsa silk, allowing the silk-moth to naturally emerge from its cocoon and peacefully continue its life-cycle before their silk is collected.

Seresilk founder, Taylor Battistella started his first business working with silk at the age of 12. Growing his business over the years, the number of silk by-products has steadily grown to the point where production generates enough silk for hydrolysis and inclusion in Seresilk's dermatologically tested + approvedproprietary skincare formulations.

Thanks to this, Australian silk production no longer needs to go to waste...

Seresilk is taking measures to reduce our impact on the environment

Seresilk have worked towards creating products which focus on sustainability. This includes sourcing cosmetic ingredients that are natural and primarily from localcruelty-free and eco-friendly suppliers.

Seresilk has worked towards designing products which use polypropylene plastic packaging; the safest and most recyclable packaging on the market which can be reprocessed into new product packages.

Cruelty Free Accredited

Seresilk is proud to be approved under the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme!

This globally recognisable gold standard for cruelty free products includes adhering to a fixed cut-off date policy, monitoring all materials & products for animal testing ongoing and passing independent audits.

Caring for Our Planet Starts with Knowing How to Recycle Properly

There is an estimated 120 billion units of cosmetic packaging being produced globally, and only 9% of all plastics are recycled.

When it comes to polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE), it's important to remember that these materials require special collection points for recycling. Placing them in regular recycling bins can do more harm than good.

Beauty Companies and Consumers Environmental Responsibility

Our responsibility is multifaceted. Cosmetic industry manufacturers, beauty retails and beauty brands need to provide customers with long term strategies to reduce environmental impact.

When you choose Seresilk you choose to work with a brand focused on a sustainability conscious future.

Beauty Companies and Consumers Environmental Responsibility

Our responsibility is multifaceted. Cosmetic industry manufacturers, beauty retails and beauty brands need to provide customers with long term strategies to reduce environmental impact.

When you choose Seresilk you choose to work with a brand focused on a sustainability conscious future.