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How to Care

 SCOSHA Jewelry is meant to be worn comfortably every day and most of our pieces require very little care. That being said, here are some tips to keep our jewelry looking beautiful. 

Considered one of the most precious metals in the world. Gold jewelry can either be yellow, white or rose gold; our collections are designed in 10k, 14k, and 18k. 

Buying a jewelry cleaning solution specifically created for gold is the safest choice for taking care of your pieces, but here’s our favorite at-home option: 

  • Mix a bit of dish detergent in warm, not hot, water
  • Carefully brush with a new, soft toothbrush
  • Place in lukewarm water to rinse.
  • Air dry or carefully towel-dry with a paper towel or regular cloth

Sterling silver is an alloyed metal, normally made of 92.5% pure silver and other metals. This metal tarnishes when it comes in contact with oxygen. The best way to prevent this is by wearing your silver jewelry often, the oils from your skin will help prevent tarnishing.

It is best to remove your sterling silver jewelry during household chores. Substances with additional sulfur such as household cleaners, chlorinated water, perspiration, and rubber will accelerate corrosion and tarnish. 

To clean sterling silver we recommend using a gentle soap or baking soda with water. After you’ve given your jewelry a good cleaning, you can finish the process by using a polishing cloth that’s specifically for sterling silver.

Gold vermeil is sterling silver jewelry with a thick gold coating, it is less expensive than solid gold jewelry but looks the same. The sterling silver is covered in a layer of 14k gold that must be at least 1.5 microns. Scosha’s vermeil pieces are covered much thicker at 3 microns of gold. 

Gold vermeil is great for everyday wear, here are some things to avoid in order to keep your jewelry looking amazing: 

  • Do not apply lotion, perfume, or body makeup directly to your pieces - the chemicals in these products can interact with the metals in your jewelry. It is best to remove them and wait for at least 5 minutes after application before putting the jewelry back on.
  • When cleaning, avoid soaking the pieces in water. Instead, dip a soft cloth in lukewarm water and gently rub with soap(do not use detergent). 
  • Do not use a jewelry brush to clean gold vermeil; unless this is done by a professional you can end up removing some of the gold layers.
  • Don’t wear your gold plated jewelry while swimming or showering.

Gold plated jewelry is created by applying a thin layer of gold onto the surface of the base metal. To maintain the appearance of your pieces we recommend the following: 

  • Never wear your jewelry during physical exercise. Sweat is acidic and it can damage your jewelry so remember to take it off before exercising.  
  • Avoid doing your nails while wearing gold plated rings or bracelets. Nail polish, acetone and most salon products are harmful to gold plated pieces.
  • Wait for perfumes and lotions to dry on your skin before putting on your jewelry. 
  • Don’t wear your gold plated jewelry while swimming or showering.
  • To clean: wipe your jewelry gently with a damp cloth or a gold polishing cloth.

Various gemstones have different properties. This means that some will require different care than others. 

  • Diamonds are forever but they attract oil and grease. Soak in a bowl with warm water and a gentle degreasing dishwashing soap for about 30 minutes. Once this is done use a clean, soft toothbrush to remove any remaining dirt. You can also use steam. 
  • Emerald, Aquamarine, Garnet, Peridot, Sapphire, and Tourmaline are known for their beautiful colors- all you need is warm soapy water and a very soft brush.
  • Lapis Lazuli and Turquoise are porous stones that should not be cleaned with soap or soaked in water. Wipe them with a damp cloth and dry immediately with another lint-free cloth.
  • Opal and Ruby can be very delicate stones compared to others. Only use lukewarm water and a soft jewelry brush.

Although they are water-resistant and durable, removing woven jewelry before showering and swimming are recommended for longer-lasting pieces. If the braid does become worn, please contact info@scosha.com for re-braiding information.


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