Taking care of your jewelry
Avoid spraying perfume directly on your jewelry. Wear your jewelery after you've sprayed your perfume, best is avoiding your neck or wrists.
We recommend removing your jewelery before stepping in to the shower as well as rings before hand-washing to keep it shiny for longer.
Avoid swimming with your pieces as chlorine & sea water will react with the metals and cause it to tarnish.
Lotions & creams may contain acidic ingredients that react with your pieces. Avoid moisturizing areas of skin that get in contact with your pieces.
Safely store your jewelery pieces in a cool, dry place in a box that comes with your piece.
Remove your pieces before going to bed to avoid any accidents that may cause damage to the pieces.
Get into the habit of cleaning gold-plated jewelery by wiping down pieces after every wear.
Be gentle as possible, so skip the traditional polishing cloth, as its subtle texture can actually s scratch the gold plating off, and instead go in with a cotton ball and lightly wipe down the posts of earrings, chain of bracelet, and pendant. If you'd like to use a cloth, go for the softest one you can find (one designed to clean glasses and camera lenses).
To clean your gold plated jewellery, gently rub the surface of the piece. For your silver jewelery you can use soap and warn water for a deep clean.