FAQ's / Jewelry Tips
- Keep it away from chemicals: This may seem obvious, but you can find harmful chemicals in lotions, perfumes, and hairspray.
- Put it on last: To avoid chemicals, put your jewelry on last, and take it off first.
- Know when you take it off: Most people know to take their jewelry off before they go to bed, but forget to remove it when swimming, gardening, bathing, cleaning and playing sports.
- Keep air out: Moisture, dust and grime can travel through air. The best storage option for jewelry is a container that lets minimal air out. Put chalk or silica packs in your jewelry container to absorb any moisture.
- Store different types separately: When different jewelry types and materials are stored together with no barriers, they can become scratched or tangled.
Travel with a jewelry case: Your jewelry is most at risk when you travel. Be sure to secure it in a high-quality travel case.
Although extremely rare, some people are allergic to the metals and finishes commonly used in the making of jewelry. It is the responsibility of the consumer to be aware of any allergies he/she may have to metals (gold, silver, etc.) or the oxidation applied to metals prior to making a purchase. Because there is no way for us to know the medical history of our customers.