P R O D U C T C A R E
Our jewelry is durable and high in quality.
Were happy to offer you fashionable, high-quality pieces at an affordable price.
To keep your jewelry looking as fresh as possible we recommend placing the piece safely inside a closed box.
We recommend removing all your jewelry before jumping into the shower. We know it can be so tempting to leave your stud earrings in or love necklace on but here is why bathing with your jewelry on is not a safe idea and the ways in which it can dull or damage your fine jewelry.
Water won’t damage precious metals but it will negatively affect their luster.
We often recommend cleaning jewelry with warm water with a drop of mild dish soap. However, prolonged exposure to water (particularly hot water) can leave your jewelry looking dull.
Steam will cause silver to tarnish faster.
If you love to turn your bathroom into a personal sauna, be sure to remove all your jewelry beforehand. Silver jewelry tarnishes when it is exposed to moisture and sulfur in the air. Humidity and the steam generated from your hot shower will act as a catalyst, causing your jewelry to tarnish faster.
F A Q
Can you wear sterling silver jewelry in the shower?
Though showering with sterling silver jewelry on should not harm the metal, there is a good chance that it could induce tarnishing. Waters that contain chlorine, salts, or harsh chemicals will affect the look of your sterling silver. We encourage our customers to remove your sterling silver before showering.
Can you wear gold plated in the shower?
Showering with gold plated jewelry can eventually cause the gold layer to wear off completely, therefore you should definitely refrain from doing so.
Can you wear stainless steel/ platinum in the shower?
A similar scenario to gold, you should refrain from wearing your platinum jewelry in the shower as it will reduce its shine and luster. Water itself will not harm the platinum, but it well affect the overall look of it down the road.
Soap and water can wear away gold plating.