As a golden rule, your jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off.
By this, we mean your jewelry should be the last thing you put on after you get dressed, apply skincare or other beauty products, and the first thing you take off before you get undressed, exercise, shower or go to bed.
To keep your jewelry looking like new, being proactive with regular cleaning is key! We recommend gently cleaning your jewelry with a clean and dry microfiber cloth to remove any build up from beauty/skin products, dirt, and oils that gradually cause gold and silver to dull over time.
When not being worn, store your jewelry in a safe, dry place like a jewelry pouch or box. Store pieces separately to avoid damage.
Put your jewelry on after applying lotions and sunscreen, or spraying perfumes and hairspray. The chemicals in skin and beauty products can tarnish gold and silver jewelry.
Avoid wearing your jewelry in pools, hot tubs/spas, and the ocean. Harsh chemicals, like chlorine, commonly found in pools/spas are damaging and can cause your jewelry to tarnish or become dull. The salt found in ocean water is corrosive to metals like gold and silver and can tarnish your jewelry wearing down the shine over time. So if you do wear your jewelry swimming we would recommend rinsing with clean water to wash away the salt and chlorine.
Remove your jewelry before exercising and sleeping. The oils and sweat from your skin can be hard on your jewelry. Each person’s individual body chemistry varies and our skin’s pH can cause gold to tarnish over time.
If your jewelry needs a deep clean, in a bowl of warm water mix in a pea size amount of mild soap and let your jewelry soak for a few minutes to help loosen any build up from beauty products, dirt, and sweat (be sure not to submerge any pearls). Rise each piece, then pat completely dry.
To remove tarnish spots, gently buff with a clean dry microfiber cloth.
It’s especially important to care for your pearls to prevent any damage to this delicate gemstone and maintain its radiant iridescent shine. Avoid submerging your pearls in water. To clean, gently buff with a clean and dry microfiber cloth. Remove your pearls when exercising and sleeping. Avoid contact with sunscreen, lotions, makeup, and soap as these can significantly dull the shine of your pearls.We hope this care guide was helpful, if you have any questions feel free to contact our team here.