Jewelry Care and More



  • Avoid contact with water, and moisture for all jewelry
  • Remove jewelry before showering, going to bed, and exercising


  • Gently use a clean cloth to wipe off any residue. The use of a dry toothbrush is also useful in removing dirt off jewelry with intricate details.
  • If your sterling silver jewelry or ear posts has become dull, a silver-polishing cloth can be used to recover its shine again.


Gold-plated jewelry will eventually tarnish over time. The speed at which the gold plating fades will depend on multiple factors, including (and not limited to) the chemical level of your skincare products, level of perspiration, and even your natural skin PH. For this reason, it is highly recommended that you pay special attention to the care of your gold-plated jewelry.



  • In the unfortunate circumstance that you receive a damaged item. You must send an inquiry within 24 hours of receipt of the item so that we can resolve the issue immediately.
  • You have 24hours from the initial inquiry to provide all supporting evidence for our team to correct the problem.