CARING FOR YOUR PERSONALIZED JEWELRY
Every My Jewel Story jewel is precious and should be treated as such. All jewelry, even the most precious, requires basic care. To keep your personalized jewelry looking lustrous, good and new, here are a few simple instructions to keep in mind. No matter if it is solid gold name necklace or a gold plated one, or a sterling silver monogram bracelet! we provide you with the basic care instructions you need to ensure for your monogram necklace or engraved accessory stays looking like new no matter how long ago you purchased it!
Makeup first, then accessories
Lotions, hairspray and some cosmetics have chemicals in them that can harm or tarnish your precious jewelry. To keep your customised piece looking at its best, keep it out of harm’s way by putting it on after your makeup and hair are done.
If you’re cleaning, take it off
Lotions, hairspray, and certain cosmetics have chemicals in them that can cause damage to jewelry,such as tarnishing. By putting on jewelry after putting on makeup, you limit your jewelry exposure to the chemicals.
Jewelry and pools don’t mix
Everyone loves a cool dip in the swimming pool on a hot summer day. But pools and jacuzzies are full of chlorine, which can discolour your jewelry if exposed for too long. So, play it safe: When you’re stripping down into your bathing suit, take your jewelry off, too.
Rub a dub dub, no jewelry in the tub
Your soaps and shampoos may get you smelling fresh and squeaky clean, but they could do a number of damages on your personalized jewelry as they too have chemicals in them. Too much sudsing in the shower while wearing your personalized necklace, bracelet or rings can cause a film to form over the precious metal, dulling the sheen and diminishing its gorgeous shine.
Be smart about safekeeping
Properly storing your jewelry will do wonders for keeping it looking new. Keep your customised jewelry in a box where it won’t get tangled up with other items or dinged up from too much movement. A jewelry box with a soft felt lining is a great idea, but you can even line a simple shoebox with fabric to keep your items nestled and safe.