Jewelry Care

Going for a swim?

You can leave your jewelry on, but please know that the more you expose it to chemicals like chlorine and salt water, the more likely it is that you will speed up the tarnishing process. If you do wear your jewelry in the ocean or in a pool, remember to wash your jewelry in warm, sudsy water afterwards and dry it with a soft, absorbent towel. 

Working out?

In an effort to keep your jewelry safe and unbroken, it’s best not to exercise in your jewelry. If you do workout in your jewelry, it's best to rinse your jewelry after just like you would if you were to go swimming. 

Jewelry looking a little dull?

This is natural over time. If your ring or necklace isn’t as shiny as it used to be, you can use the polishing pad that was included in your order to bring that shine back. Lost the polishing pad? No worries - you can use warm, sudsy water and a scratch free cloth to buff it back up.

Not wearing your jewelry?

Store it in a dry environment (not your bathroom!). The original packaging is a great way to keep it safe.