Jewelry Care

Hi there. Here at, we love to inform our customers how to care for their fashion jewelry properly. Remember, even if you’re buying top-notch jewelry, this list of care methods should be put into practice, so your fashion jewelry does not lose its color or tarnish.



  1. Make sure you don’t make direct contact with water with your fashion jewelry.
  2. Make sure you don’t sweat while wearing the fashion jewelry.
  3. Make sure you clean your jewelry with proper fashion jewelry cleaning accessories when necessary.


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Not following the above steps will disqualify your order in getting refunds or honoring returns.


Any direct contact with water or sweat disqualifies your items from getting refunds, returns, or exchanges.


Fashion jewelry, also known as costume jewelry, is a popular and affordable alternative to fine jewelry. However, it requires proper care to maintain its appearance and longevity. Here are some tips on how to clean fashion jewelry:

  1. Begin by wiping down your jewelry with a soft cloth to remove any dirt or debris. This step is especially important for items that have been worn frequently.

  2. For extra sparkle, you can use a jewelry cleaning solution specifically designed for fashion jewelry. Follow the instructions on the packaging, and be sure to rinse and dry the jewelry thoroughly afterwards.

  3. For some types of fashion jewelry, like those with gold plating, it's better to avoid using water and cleaning solutions. Instead, you can use a soft cloth or a jewelry polishing cloth to gently buff the surface.

  4. Store your jewelry in a dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat. Avoid storing multiple pieces of jewelry together as they can scratch each other. It's also a good idea to store each piece in a separate pouch or box to prevent tangling.

By following these simple steps, you can keep your fashion jewelry looking beautiful for years to come. Remember to handle your jewelry with care and to avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals or excessive moisture.