Jewelry care

To clean your jewelry in order to remove dust and residue, simply wipe with a microfiber cloth that has been dampened with mild soap, before rinsing thoroughly with warm water.

Body fluids can tend to redden/blacken jewelry. Gold doesn't oxidize; it's the other metals in the alloy that can oxidize. Moisture, perspiration, corrosive products and body fluids such as lymph all contribute to this tarnishing. If you observe it, it's totally harmless surface corrosion! You can clean your jewelry with toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush to restore its original color.

You can also have your piercing professionally cleaned by a jeweler.

Warning: Most of the stones we use in our jewelry do not support ultrasonic cleaning.