What is Tarnish Free Jewelry?

What is Tarnish Free Jewelry?

What is Tarnish Free Jewelry? 

According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Tarnish means to dull or destroy the luster by or as if by air, dust, or dirt.

There are some jewelries, based upon the material they are made from, that can easily get dull, change color or even lose their quality. 


What can cause jewelry to tarnish? 

Jewelry tarnishes because the exterior of the metal was exposed to body oils, makeup, sweat, perfumes, deodorants, lotions, etc. Based upon the type of metal the jewelry is made from, the extent of the destruction (tarnish) is determined. 


What are some jewelry that tarnishes? 

Metals such as silver, aluminum, copper and brass can tarnish. Any type of metal jewelry that isn't 100% pure gold, which is over 24k gold, or 100% pure fine silver can get dull and turn black.

Precious metals like gold, palladium and platinum do not tarnish or rather lose their natural glow and integrity. Titanium is another highly dormant metal that remains resistant to tarnish and corrosion, after many years of usage.


What is gold plated tarnish free jewelry made from? 

The 18K gold plating jewelry contains 75% of pure gold mixed with other metals for better hardness and strength. Gold plating is a thin layer above a base metal, protecting it from losing its integrity, color and slows down corrosion. 

What does hypoallergenic mean?

Hypoallergenic means less likely to cause allergic reactions. Jewelry that tarnishes easily tends to cause allergic reactions to the skin. Most people would see fine buttons that itch around their wrist, necks, ankles and earlobes, the areas where they wore the respective jewelry.

Our customers have confirmed that they have our 18K Gold Plated Bracelets for over a year and there has not been any corrosion or allergic reaction. The gold color maintained its integrity even with consistent washing. 


If you have not purchased one of our bracelets, then this is the sign you have been waiting for!!??


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