Care Tips

Product Care
  • Avoid direct contact with perfume, body lotions, and chemicals.
  • After each wear, rinse piece with lukewarm water and gently dry with a soft cloth. 
  • Store your clean, dry jewelry in an air-tight bag or container.
  • Remove jewelry before going to bed or participating in physical activities.
  • We recommend that you remove jewelry before showers or activities that involve water to minimize contact with moisture or chemicals.


Plated Jewelry

After every use, clean your plated jewelry with a cotton ball or a very soft cloth to remove any dust and dirt.

Gently rubbing the surface of your gold plated jewelry using a soft cloth also helps restore shine.

Do not use a polishing cloth as this will strip away the plating.


Sterling Silver

Sterling silver is an alloy created when copper is added to pure silver in order to make the resulting compound more durable, less malleable, and better for every day wear.

Usually, sterling silver has a purity level of 92.5%, meaning that 7.5% of the alloy is made of copper or other metals like nickel or zinc.

Although sterling silver is more durable than pure silver, the additional metals in the alloy make sterling silver more prone to tarnishing.

This happens because the copper, nickel, zinc or other mixtures in sterling silver may react with oxygen and other elements in the air.

The safest and most effective way to polish sterling silver jewelry is by using a soft polishing cloth. Silver polishing cloths are specially treated to remove tarnish and leave polished, lustrous shine. 

Begin by gently rubbing the polishing cloth on the surface of the silver. The dirt and tarnish on the jewelry will quickly transfer to the cloth. The more you use your polishing cloth, the darker it will become. No worries!  Your polishing cloth will still be effective , even after many uses.


316L Stainless Steel (Surgical steel)

316L stainless steel is a highly durable metal, allowing it to withstand the wear and tear of everyday activities. The hard metal resists scratches and corrosion thanks to an invisible layer of chromium that prevents oxidation; this makes it a wonder metal of choice for body jewelry. It’s a low nickel steel used in surgical instruments, and other medical equipment. It’s considered hypoallergenic. It was not traditionally used to create jewellery as it is not malleable like gold and silver, however once created your stainless steel jewellery is designed to resist the test of time even if you wear it everyday.




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