Product Care

General Care

Minimize water exposure, particularly in swimming pools, to maintain the longevity of your jewelry. In case you forget to remove it during a shower, ensure thorough drying with a cloth to eliminate any moisture. Exercise caution to prevent exposure to perfumes, hair products, lotions, soaps, oils, and household chemicals. Always take off your jewelry before engaging in physical activities or cleaning. Although most of our pieces are waterproof, we recommend proper care to maintain the longevity of your jewelry.

Sterling Silver

Utilize a sterling silver polishing cloth to clean your sterling silver items. Steer clear of chlorine water and refrain from using paper products for rubbing, as they may cause scratches. Store your pieces in a cool, dry place, shielded from light and air to minimize tarnishing. For optimal care, consider employing a sterling silver-specific liquid jewelry cleaner. However, exercise caution with pieces containing stones, pearls, and crystals, as using the polishing cloth is recommended to avoid potential damage from the liquid cleaner.

Gold Plated Sterling Silver

To avoid scratches, always keep it separate from other jewelry and remember to take it off before showering or cleaning. For polishing, use a gentle touch with a polishing cloth designed specifically for yellow gold.

To preserve your plated jewelry, adhere to the following guidelines due to its nature.

Avoid exposing it to scented products like perfumes, colognes, and lotions, as their chemicals can react with the plating, leading to discoloration or fading. The wearer's body chemistry and moisture levels can also impact the plated piece, with a higher skin pH balance accelerating wear.

Refrain from wearing plated jewelry during water-related activities such as showering or engaging in pool/beach activities, as chlorine and saltwater can adversely affect the plating. When taking off jewelry for such activities, ensure proper storage in a dry area. Be cautious of friction or contact with hard surfaces, as they can cause scratches or wear on the piece.

For cleaning, if necessary, use warm water with a mild, fragrance-free soap, and gently pat dry with a clean cotton or microfiber cloth. Avoid using most jewelry cleaners, as their chemical elements can gradually wear and fade the plating over time.

Following these steps will contribute to the longevity of your jewelry!