All Soulbound jewelry is designed to be worn every day, on every adventure! Your jewelry may develop some minor scratches and dings along the way, but some people love the look of worn and aged jewelry! If you're not into that and would like to keep your jewelry looking shiny and new, follow the guidelines below. 

G O L D   C A R E
Please remove your gold jewelry before bathing, swimming, cleaning, or applying lotion. The chemicals in pool water, certain cleaning supplies and some face and hand lotions can erode the metal. When gold is broken down into tiny microscopic pieces, it appears black. This may result in a tarnished look on the metal and a black mark on your skin.

You can clean your gold jewelry with warm water, mild soap, and a soft bristled toothbrush (child and baby toothbrushes work well for this). Be sure to rinse and dry your jewelry thoroughly.
Use the gold polishing cloth included in your order for extra shine and to remove any tarnish. Sometimes 14 karat gold can tarnish a bit (particularly on earrings and the inside of rings) because of a reaction with your skin chemistry, but you can remove this tarnish easily.

D I A M O N D   A N D  G E M S T O N E   C A R E
Use the gemstone polishing cloth included in your order to clean the surface of your diamonds and gemstones easily. This will remove fingerprints, oils, and mositure.
Try to avoid dropping any jewelry containing diamonds or gemstones, as this can cause the stones to shift and they may become loose in their settings.

R I N G   C A R E 
Please remove your rings before lifting heavy objects (furniture, boxes, hand-weights, etc.) to avoid bending the band.
Be careful not to drop your ring, as this can cause the stones to shift and they may become loose in their settings.
It is a good idea to remove your rings at night to give the skin on your fingers a chance to breathe.

A L L E R G I E S
Do not purchase white gold if you are allergic to nickel. Yellow gold and rose gold do not contain any nickel, so these are safer choices.