Pearls are an organic gemstone and due to the soft organic composition of the pearls nacre they require special consideration in order to ensure that their nacre and luster do not become damaged or dulled. A standard rule of wearing pearls is "last thing on first thing off". By putting your pearls on last it ensures that your perfume has a chance to dry and your other makeups and potentially damaging materials do not come in contact with the surface of your pearls. By taking your pearls off first it ensures that your pearls do not get scratched or caught on anything.
Keep Your Pearls Pretty -Wear your pearl jewelry regularly to avoid the mother of pearl layer drying out. -Avoid your pearls to come in to contact with cosmetic products, perfume, hairspray, cleaning products or other chemicals. -Do not wear your pearl jewelry while taking a bath or shower or while swimming. -Do not wear your pearl jewelry during activities which will cause perspiring. -Always clean your pearls after wearing them using only jewelry cleaners that are labeled as safe for Pearls or water -Store your pearls in a separate jewelry box to avoid scratching by other pieces of jewelry
Things To Avoid When Caring For Pearls: -Never use toothbrushes, scouring pads or any type of abrasive material to clean your Pearls. Never use any "magic eraser" or other commercial cleaning pad, even those 'safe for non-stick' or otherwise presented as "gentle". -Never clean your pearls with anything containing chlorine bleach, vinegar or ammonia (including Windex). All will harm pearls. Avoid anything other that water and soap (not detergent). -Never steam clean your Pearls. -Never leave your pearls around a direct source of heat such as a fireplace mantle, on top of a television set, or stove. The mother of pearl which surrounds a pearl actually consists of thin layers. These layers are held together by an organic material If a pearl is exposed to higher temperatures for a prolonged period of time, they can dry out which will affect the color and luster of the pearl in a negative way. So store your pearls in an environment with modest temperatures (out of direct sunlight) and do not wear your pearls while sunbathing.
We do not guarantee the color of the pearl. Pearls will change color as they dry.