Flip through the Victoria Secret catalogue and you’ll be convinced at how sexy wearing a few simple pieces of jewelry by the pool or beach can be. And we’re all for it. However be prepared to clean your jewelry immediately afterwards. Kelsey Perry, Co-Chief Executive Officer of jewelry brand Silpada explains “chemical or mineral residue from chlorine or salt water will remain on the jewelry’s surface and continue to damage it. It can lead to tarnishing and corrosion of the finish, but can also break down functioning components such as clasps, connection rings, and stone settings.”
Not cool. So follow the link below to learn how to care for your jewelry this summer.
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