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Our pieces are tested and used daily to make sure that the quality is perfect for everyday wear. However, we highly suggest that you follow our Trinkets Care Guide to keep your Trinkets at its best over time.  

1. Avoid exposure to chemicals/liquids such as perfume, salt water and alcohol.

2. Keep away from direct heat and sunlight, best to keep them cool and dry.

3. Individually keep your pieces in your Trinket pouch or ziplock before you store them in your Trinket Box when not in use.

4. You may use our Trinkets Spritz to clean your pieces and maintain their luster and quality.

5.  If jewelry is exposed to salt water or chemicals, wash with fresh water and dry quickly after use.

6. We recommend you to use your Trinkets daily to prevent them from oxidizing. If not in use, don't expose to open air.


Our jewelry are all hypoallergenic but made of different materials — alloy, stainless, gold plated copper, 925 sterling silver and we custom real jewelry for solid gold. Trinkets will not tarnish or fade with right care and storage, see information below for further details of each material.

Alloy does tarnish overtime but with right care you may prevent them from losing its shine and color.
Stainless Steel will not easily tarnish but when exposed to chemicals or salt water, rinse with fresh water after use.
Gold Plated Copper is water friendly and will not tarnish for a long time with right care.
925 Sterling Silver/Gold Vermeil is demi-fine jewelry and is high quality, it is water friendly and tarnish free. Always keep in Trinket Pouch or Trinket ziplock when not in use.
Solid Gold is a lifetime sparkle and investment! Jewelry care is still advisable to prevent your piece from scratches.


Kindly take note that gold plated items are fashion accessories only, they are not solid gold unless it's from our Fine Jewelry collection or customized in solid gold. Gold plated accessories will eventually fade over time depending on how you take care of them. Please see our Care Guide above to learn more on how you can take care of them.