Jewellery and Care for Them
We strive to design our jewellery in maximum quality, to enjoy them longer and brings you pleasure when you are wearing them.
However, regardless of our efforts, there is nothing eternal in this world and natural materials such as cotton or silk cord sooner or later are "marked" by daily or frequent use.
That is why, we have prepared some guidelines on how to prolong the life and maintain the brilliance of your jewellery and accessories.
Jewellery is worn by millions of people every day, but few of them know how to keep their treasures with the help of a few simple rules:
TASKS - For tasks of a general nature, especially chores such as washing, cooking, gardening, necessarily remove your jewellery to prevent their physical damage or exposure to chemicals (detergents).
MAKE-UP - Every cosmetics, hair spray, perfume and lotions contain chemicals that could damage and affect the materials that jewellery is manufactured. Put selected jewellery after applying the cosmetic elements and until all of your make-up is done. This will minimize the impact of harmful ingredients.
SPA / WATER - chlorinated water can cause discoloration and even structural damage in materials. It is right to remove jewellery before entering the pool or bath, or before the planned visit to a spa.
SPORT - No matter how you want to look stylish even in the gym, highly recommended that all jewellery being "removed" from your body to prevent both damage on accessories and possible accidents as a whole. Moreover salty sweat that exudes your body with hard physical activity is a major enemy of all metals and materials of which are made jewellery, and their interaction can lead to skin irritations.
These actions for wearing jewellery is a good start, but the complete care for your favorite jewellery includes and proper
For those who wear jewellery regularly, it requires constant care and regular efforts to keep them clean and flawless brilliance:
BATHING - There are people who naively believe or rashly decided that bathing is procedure that unless your body can wash their jewellery also. Huge mistake! Besides water, unpleasant factor for accessories is the soap - it forms a thin layer on jewellery materials from which they look dark, worn and dirty. Prevent this problem by simply entering the bathroom only after thoroughly you have removed all of your decorations.
POLISHING – for those purpose use a soft cloth, and for good results for different metals, it is desirable to obtain special polishing cloths and pastes. Be careful with what kind of tissue will polish because someone fabrics and paper towels for example, can contain rigid fibers that harm the surface of the corresponding gem, causing scratches.
REGULAR CARE – The best way for quick cleaning to all metal or mineral jewellery is to use small amount of hot water without detergents. Do not soak, just gently with a soft cloth and warm water move across the surface of your ornament, thus will safely remove adhering dust and dirt and restore shine to your accessories.
DAMAGED JEWELLERY - Never clean too intense jewellery that are damaged, cracked or broken, as thus further intensify the problem - possibly through the cracks to get into water or a cleaning paste to "undermine" the injured area. If your jewellery is metal and/or with precious stones, take it for professional maintenance, if they are with natural minerals, which are often naturally grooved and cracked, that they are not always perfectly polished, to keep their unique appearance, then you must be twice as careful when you clean them.
Just as human health, prevention is the best treatment and all kinds of jewellery should be worn and stored properly in order to be healthy.
It is not enough simply to buy a new piece of jewellery, but is a necessary follow-up care and constant attention - check them for any problems or damage, such as loose gemstones, we saw and solved in time to prevent further injury or loss of pieces, then your favorite jewellery will keep its perfect shape for years.