Jewelry Care

To make your jewelry last over time and maintain its appearance:

Treat your jewelry with care, clean it regularly with a dry cloth

Do not wear your jewelry while bathing, sleeping or during sports activities.

We recommend that you wear your jewelery as soon as you have finished your look to avoid contact with agents such as: perfume, creams, nail polish or lotion.

Do not expose your jewelry to water or moisture, as it can tarnish or change color. Avoid storing them in the bathroom and contact with substances such as: sulphur, chlorine, salt and the acidic pH of the skin.

We recommend that you wear your jewelery as soon as you have finished your look to avoid contact with agents such as: perfume, creams, nail polish or lotion.

Prefer airtight packaging to store your jewelry to protect it from moisture and air. Jewelry should be stored away from sunlight and heat in a protective box.

Certain materials such as brass (faux) need special care and constant cleaning after each use. There is a possibility that this particular material will oxidize when it comes into contact with water, sweat, perfume or lotion and lose its luster. Also, the pH of the skin differs from person to person, which is why the same jewelry can have a different reaction from skin to skin. Brass is a particularly sensitive material on some leathers, so it accelerates its oxidation time.

The use of antiseptics is not recommended while wearing jewelry because it changes their color.

To avoid such oxidations, we recommend purchasing stainless jewelry that is resistant to the aforementioned (such as silver-stainless steel).

The qualities and materials of our jewelry are detailed in the description of each product.

It would be good to avoid contact with chemicals in general, regardless of the quality of the jewelry so that your jewelry remains shiny over time.

Notice: Please check the material before buying each piece of jewelry to make sure it does not cause allergies to your skin. Hair Duty does not cover the warranty in case of oxidation of the respective jewelry.
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