Can I wear gold plated jewelry in the shower?
The answer is unfortunately: no, you cannot do that! When you shower or take a bath, the jewelry you are wearing, will be immersed under water for a long period of time. And as you can imagine it cannot be good to an item which layer is so prone to chipping.
The longer that gold plated jewelry s...
Can stainless steel, gold or other metals discolor? How to clean?
Generally with any jewelery, it's best to try not expose any jewelry to any chemicals, which include lotions and perfumes. Any stains and discolorations with jewelry are typically caused by environment exposure.
Although stainless steel is extremely durable, it can be damaged by harsh chemicals...
How do I take care of my jewelry?
Jewelry are really pretty but keeping it beautiful can be a task. Jewelry can’t take wear-and-tear the way as It can tarnish from water, air exposure and even creams and lotions. Learn how to care for your jewelry so that they remain beautiful for as long as possible.
First thing is prevention :...
How To Fix Jewelry: Green Rings, Tarnish, Discoloration & More
Most people don’t know this, but you can clean off tarnish and re-plate jewelry to try to make it look brand new again.
What you’ll need:
–an aluminum plate or aluminum foil
–access to a microwave
–a clean rag
–your discolored jewelry
1) First, you’ll wan...
I have sensitive skin and it hurts when I wear body jewelry
Here are a few tricks you can try if you have sensitive skin and it hurts when you wear some of your favorite body jewelry :
Apply a thin coat of Vaseline or Neosporin or coconut oil on the jewelry before you put on the jewelry. Make sure you use the trick before your skin is sensitive
Internally Threaded vs Externally Threaded
Internal threading is gentler on new piercings or for more sensitive skins. It is less abrasive due to the ridges of the threads are hidden in the bars.
External threading are more economically valued and it is good for piercings that are fully healed.
My jewelry is turning color, what do I do?
If your items turn immediately, it can be caused by a metal-to-skin oil reaction. Each persons oils can make each metal react differently. We are not responsible for your skins reaction to metal or vise versa. Feel free to use a mild jewelry cleaner on 14K Gold, & Gold Filled jewelry. Stainle...
The jewelry I received does not look exactly like the pictures
The natural properties and composition of natural stone and materials define the unique beauty of each piece. Product images may show differences to the actual stone in color, shade, veining, color concentration, appearance and texture. Such naturally occurring variations are to be expected in s...
Tips on caring for Gold Plated jewelry
Gold Plated jewelry is the best option for wearers who are jewelry obsessed but need to stay in a budget (pretty much everyone out there). It gives the impression of luxury while not causing you to break the bank every time you see a cute, trendy piece of jewelry. Gold plated jewelry is made by u...
What does 1 Piece mean? Does it mean a Pair?
All items available for purchase at RebelBod are 1 piece jewelry unless specifically stated as 1 pair.
This is 1 Piece :
and this is 1 Pair :
Now the boring explaination :
Some jewelry is listed as 1 Piece, which means Single Piece (1 Piece), and it does NOT mean a Pair (2 Pieces).
What is titanium? Does color anodized titanium jewelry discolor?
Titanium is an element (symbol Ti) like gold, silver and platinum. It is a silvery white non ferrous metal with the highest strength to weight ratio of any known element. Titanium is inert and therefore completely corrosion resistant. It does not react to salt water, sunlight, or any body or comm...
Why can Rose Gold jewelry discolor my skin?
Why can Rose Gold jewelry discolour my skin?
The reason is because there is Copper in Rose Gold.
Many people are confused why their skin has changed colour after wearing a Rose Gold ring. Many assumed that low quality materials are to blame, but the most common culprit is actually the incorpo...
Why your jewelry is turning your skin green/black
Have you ever gotten a green discoloration on your skin from wearing jewelry? How about a black or a red discoloration? Discoloration where a jewelry touches your skin is due to a combination of factors: the metal of the jewelry, the chemical environment on your skin and your body's immune respon...