Care and Storage
Because cosmetics like lotions or perfume, as well as chemicals and sweat can damage the surface of your jewelry, your jewelry should always be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off. The luster can quickly fade and gold-plated pieces lose color intensity. So always take your jewelry off when you do sports, do housework or gardening, shower, bathe or swim.
To keep your jewelry from oxidizing, keep it in a dry place out of direct sunlight. It is best protected in a jewelery box or in your Frellini bag. If you transport your jewelry, it is best to store each piece separately so that there are no scratches. Tissue paper is a very helpful solution here.
You can easily clean your jewelry yourself. Use a mild soap with warm water and use a toothbrush to gently rub your jewelry. You can then rinse them off with clear water and let them air dry. To remove the first signs of oxidation, you can also use a cleaning cloth that is specially made for silver products and gently polish your jewelry. However, please do not rub it over freshwater pearls or precious stones, as their surfaces are particularly vulnerable.
The tips for care, storage and cleaning help to preserve the shine and color of your jewelry for as long as possible, as the surfaces of the silver, pearls or gemstones are protected. Unfortunately, the oxidation of silver and the removal of a gilding cannot be avoided. How quickly this takes place depends heavily on the product care, but can also be related to the pH value of your skin or the type and composition of your cosmetics. If you have any further questions about jewelery care, send us an email to email@example.com and we will be happy to help you.