Remove jewellery when engaging in heavy exercise

Remove jewellery when showering or swimming

Avoid exposing jewellery to extreme heat and humidity

Avoid direct contact with perfumes, lotions or other chemicals

Store jewellery in original pouch and packaging

Clean jewellery occasionally with a soft non-abrasive cloth


When to remove jewellery?

It's always best to remove your jewellery when showering, swimming or engaging in heavy exercise. Exposing your jewellery to salt, sea water or chlorine could impact the surface leaving it particularly susceptible to permanent damage. 

What to avoid when wearing jewellery?

To protect your jewellery and to prevent it from dulling, always avoid exposing it to extreme weather conditions along with any harsh chemicals which includes perfumes and lotions. Jewellery should always be the last thing on and the first thing off. 

How to look after your jewellery? 

We say, show it love even when you're not wearing it. In order to keep your jewellery looking its best, clean it occasionally using a soft non-abrasive cloth. Avoid using any polishes or jewellery cleaners as these contain harsh chemicals. Warm soap water can also be used if necessary, provided that the item has been dried thoroughly. Particular care should be taken when storing your pieces as they should be kept in their original pouch and packaging to prevent oxidisation.