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How do I take care of my jewellery?Updated a year ago

We're so glad you asked!

Here are some tips to keep your jewellery shining a little longer:

  • Use a light hand
    • As our pieces are dainty and (oftentimes) hand-crafted, they are delicate in chain and connections. Use a light hand when putting on and removing your jewellery.
    • Refrain from constantly opening and closing clasps to preserve its construction.
  • Avoid acidic solutions
    • Avoid direct contact with perfume, lotion, oils, or other cosmetic products as they might react negatively against jewellery. To clean them, wipe them down gently with a damp cloth. After, dry them with a tissue to remove any residue of perspiration or grime.
  • Avoid wearing to swim  
    • Saltwater, hot tub water or chemically treated water may damage the plating of your jewellery (including daily use 925 Silver designs). Do remove them before entering the sea or a swimming pool.
  • When exercising   
    • Wearing your jewellery to work out would accumulate perspiration and grime. We suggest removing your pieces before exercising to preserve the integrity of the plating and avoid any accidental snapping of the chain. If you exercise with them, you may clean your pieces under running water and dry them with a soft cloth.
  • Keep them dry
    • Do not leave your jewellery on bathroom counters or humid surfaces.
    • Store them in a cool, dry place – ideally in individual airtight Ziploc bags with silica gel.
Do not clean the surface of the jewellery design with alcohol wipes, as it will affect the integrity of the plating. In the case that you wish to clean earrings for hygiene purposes, please do so with mild unscented soap and dry them with tissue.

Our ear studs can be worn to sleep, but we advise removing any bracelet, necklace or earrings before sleep to prevent accidental breakage or tangling.

Always remove your jewellery when applying scents, lotions and sprays – or even better, always put your jewellery on last before heading out the door!

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